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Old 02-14-2005, 05:30 PM   #1
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Aikido Dojo Camberley Winter Course

Posted 2005-02-14 03:08:47 by Rachel Hughes
News URL: http://www.aikidodojo.org/stage.htm

Aikido Dojo Camberley will host its 2005 Winter Course this coming week-end, February 19th & 20th, under the direction of Chris Tozer, 4th dan.
Training will cover a wide range of basic techniques in Tai-Jutsu as well as the study of Aiki-Ken and Aiki-Jo.
Chris Tozer has been studying Aikido since 1983 and has been a student of Takeji Tomita Sensei for the last 14 years.
The course is open to all styles and affiliations and insurance is included. For more details contact +44 (0)7976 228396 or visit our website. Please bring Bokken and Jo.

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