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Old 11-25-2013, 02:15 PM   #1
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New dojo opened in St-Eustache

Posted 2013-11-21 18:52:32 by Yannick Gagnon
News URL: http://www.mugenjuku-quebec.com

A new dojo opened in a small city call St-Eustache near Montreal in the province of Quebec.

The name of the teacher is Yannick Gagnon.

He went to Japan in 2012 to follow a course call Kenshusei that is given by Shihan Jacques Payet Sensei (7th dan) in Kyoto. Kenshusei is a course of a year which oblige the students to do 4h of aikido per day, 5 days a week for a year (minimum). Days of training can go as long as 8h of training a day.
To find information for the course, you can go on this link below :

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