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Iaido at Bayside Budokai
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Suru

Registered: August 2000
Location: Miami, FL
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6:34pm Rating: 8 

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Suru

Registered: August 2000
Location: Miami, FL
Posts: 453
6:39pm

I have a feeling that the serious expressions on all your faces belies the pleasurable experiences you are having. When armed with a lethal weapon, whether iaito or Nihonto, it is not the time for laughter. I believe I will try Iaido someday. Is it moderately enjoyable for you, or do you really, really like Iaido / Iaijutsu?
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sue

Registered: February 2008
7:57am

I fell in love with iai the first time I tried it. It's hard to capture the essence of it in photos - because it is something that needs to be experienced, whereas the mastery or spirit of a lot of other martial arts can be extracted from the action. Good sword cuts have a great whoosh factor - an inbuilt feedback mechanism - which I find makes the practice very addictive. Thanks for your comments and interest.
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