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aikido

A Japanese martial art, the modern form of which was developed by M. Uyeshiba; believed by its advocates to have health-enhancing effects.
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By applying Aikido principles, I designed BeWeDo--a unique co-creation experience innovation which activates both the body and mind through physical movement to help people work creatively together.
Located at 670 Monterey Pass Road, Suite 210, the Southland Aikido School is the only Monterey Park Aikido school directly affiliated with the United States Aikido Federation (USAF), with direct affiliation with the Aikikai World Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.
The noise levels from the pumping music and headset mics of the exercise classes has increased to a point where you cannot hear the aikido instructors.
Aikido is also an effective method of self-defence but it is essentially non-competitive and non-violent encouraging harmony and avoidance of confrontation.
Aikido is a martial art that uses an attacker's force against them.
He took up aikido as defence and eventually become one of the youngest second dan black belts in the country.
SPORTS PLAYED: Aikido, American football, athletics, badminton, basketball, biathlon, cricket, croquet, cross-country, fencing, fives, football, golf, judo, octopush, outdoor pursuits, pentathlon, rackets, rowing, rugby, sailing, softball, squash, swimming table tennis, tennis, ultimate frisbee, unihoc, volleyball, water polo and yoga.
Summary: Around 450 girls graduated from an Aikido program designed to help them resist the threat of sexual violence, in a program organized by the Lebanese Council to Resist Violence Against Women.
Ikeda Sensei taught John Burn of the Chishin Dojo aikido club based at Coventry Boys Club in Whitefriars Lane, city centre and will bring his 40 years of experience to the city for the first time.
KI AIKIDO Bahrain (KAB) has been formally installed as a core group under Filipino Club (FC) Bahrain.
The program includes thirteen sports, namely Wushu, Aikido, Boxing, Judo, Ji-Jitsu, Karate, Kendo, Kickboxing, Muaythai, Sambo, Sumo, Taekwondo and Wrestling.