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Old 01-27-2003, 10:42 AM   #1
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1/27/2003 10:41am [from Rachel Hughes]
Website: http://www.aikidodojo.org/stage.htm

February 22nd and 23rd, 2003.
A week-end of training in Tai-Jutsu, Aiki-ken and Aiki-Jo with Chris
Tozer, 4th dan.
The training programme will include: Kihon renzoku waza (Ikkyo-
Yonkyo, Shiho nage, Irimi nage, Kote gaeshi, Kaiten nage,
Koshi nage), Kokyu nage, 31 Jo Kata and 31 Kumi-Jo, Ken suburi, Kumi-
tachi 1-3.


We look forward to welcoming you!

The course is open to all styles and affiliations.
Please bring Bokken and Jo for weapons classes.
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