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Seminar: Mary Heiny in Vermont with a Special Focus Oct 16,17,18
Posted 9/08/2009 12:30pm [from Don Hebert]

Mary says: “When I was in Shingu training with Hikitsuchi Sensei he gave me a teaching which has helped guide my Aikido development for many years. He told me that Osensei had taught him that Aikido develops a human being in five ways. These were called Ki-iku, Chi-iku, Tai-iku, Toku-iku and Joshiki. I have written a little about them on my website and would like to dedicate this seminar to a deeper investigation of their meaning. Aikido develops our understanding of ki, our intellectual abilities, our physical well being, our ethical sensibilities and our social skills. The seminar will include ways to use one's mat practice to experience these principles and how they can apply to daily life. I invite you to come and explore how Aikido can enrich us in ways that go beyond our usual conceptions.” Contact Don Hebert, 11 Cottage Street, River Valley Aikido, Brattleboro, VT. 802-254-4118

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