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Old 09-27-2013, 02:07 PM   #1
rpillala
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
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Greetings from Fort Worth TX

I trained Aikido for about a month a couple of years ago and it really changed me. I find that I miss it all the time. Now, I am teaching high school here in Ft. Worth and would like to find a way to make Aikido accessible to the students here. I am years and years away from being qualified to teach it myself. Is there any kind of tradition of bringing Aikido lessons into school settings?

I want to contact area teachers, but I am worried about insulting them by asking something inappropriate.
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