Adults Classes on Zoom
With the recent stay-at-home orders, staying healthy, physically fit, and engaged with a community is challenging.
That’s why we put together our LIVE online training. With an iPad, computer, or even your smartphone, you can study Aikido with us from the safety of your own home.
Kids Classes on Zoom
With the recent stay-at-home orders, keeping your child focused, physically fit, and engaged with a community of their peers, is challenging. Not to mention how difficult it is for you to get a break in your day, now that you’re at home together 24/7!
That’s why we put together our LIVE online training. With an iPad, computer, or even your smartphone, your child can do Aikido with us from the safety of your own home.
Video Resource Center
Supplement your live training with our extensive, online library of nearly 200 videos and E-Books.
We're constantly updating our video library. Here's just some of what you'll find in our Virtual Dojo Video Collection:
- Aikido White Belt Bible: A video collection to help you on your new Aikido journey!
- Testing techniques: Improve your technique and gain confidence for upcoming tests on the road to black belt.
- Video Tutorials: Our step-by-step approach takes the guesswork out of your training.
- Seminar Highlights: Check out highlights from seminars with world class instructors.
- Interviews: Gain knowledge and insights from internationally acclaimed instructors and practitioners.
- Zoom Community Calls: Thought provoking conferences and conversations with leading instructors around the world.
Books & Stories
“You’ll be back!” one of the men barked. “I give you three months, tops! You’re a woman and you’re third kyu. You’ll be expected to pour everyone’s saké at parties. No time to enjoy yourself. You’ll be back!”
We were sitting in a Japanese restaurant in the USA – myself, other Aikido students, and our teacher. I was soon leaving to study in Japan. But apparently, I wasn’t doing a very good job of keeping Sensei’s saké cup full right now. I wasn’t really aware of this Japanese custom and was relatively new to the group. And none of us were Japanese - even Sensei.
Hearing his words, I began to have second thoughts about my upcoming trip to Japan. I was only planning on staying for three months anyway since that was all my visa allowed, but I imagined that those three months might just be hell for me. Stereotypes flooded my brain and I began to get scared.
After I arrived in Japan...
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