ZETAR National Grading

Title: ZETAR National Grading
Location: Waterside Farm Sports Centre, Canvey Island, Essex
Description: The Zen Eikoku Tomiki Aikido Renmei is hosting a grading at Waterside Farm Sports Centre, Canvey Island, Essex. Saturday 4th July 2.30 pm

Grading Fee’s
Junior £6.00.
Adult Kyu £12.00.
Yudansha (Black Belts) £20.00

Tel 01268 565618
Start Time: 14:30
Date: 04-07-2009

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Robert Mustard Sensei Seminar – November

 

Robert Mustart Sensei
Robert Mustart Sensei

The Meikyokai Aikido club is holding a seminar with Sensei Robert Mustard 7th Dan Yoshinkan Aikido on November 7th and 8th at the Dartford Judo Centre in Kent. The seminar is an open event and would be of interest to all students of Aikido regardless of style.

 

Mustard Sensei is one of the leading exponents of Aikido in the world today having spent 10 years in Japan. In 1991 Mustard Sensei was appointed Itaku Shidoin by Shioda Kancho and remained the Chief Foreign Instructor at the Yoshinkan Hombu Dojo until he moved back to Canada in 1995

This is a great opportunity to train with one of the best aikidoka in the world today, so don’t miss out!

For more details, please download the PDF document available here with all the details on the course, please note that proof of insurance will be required and this can be provided at a minimal cost. (NB. This would be insurance with the BAB).

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Senta Yamada seminar canceled.

Due to Mr Yamada being in poor health at present and unable to travel to the UK, the seminar at the Shoshinkan Dojo with him will not be taking place.

We all wish Yamada San a speedy recovery.

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Self Defence Class – For Charity (the pics)

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Self Defence Class – For Charity

Gowa Ryu Aikido is giving a special one-off self defence class, with all proceeds going to Saga’s Charitable Trust (SCT). All adults are welcome.

Monday 18th may 2009, 6pm – 8pm. Saga Pavilion, Enbrook Park, Sandgate CT20 3SE.

Five pounds per person (all to charity). Wear comfortable clothes (T-shirt, jogging bottoms, trainers.)

SCT’s mission is to benefit underprivileged communities in developing countries. They invest in sustainable projects that will empower and support local communities, as well as offer increased opportunities for them to benefit from tourism.

For more details visit the Saga Charitable Trust Website

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