Monthly Archives: November 2014

Tameshigiri – 3 poziomy trudności

Originally posted on mg-iaido:
Tameshigiri jest wykonywane na tatami omote (związana słoma z japońskiej podłogi), która została zwinięta i namoczona w wodzie przez noc. Oznaczony cel powinien mieć 2 shaku (ok. 60 cm) wysokości i 5 bu (ok. 15 cm)…

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Aikido and longevity

Last Tuesday evening Harry sensei said, (practising) Aikido does not make you live longer, you just die healthier. And he pointed up, implying when you go is entirely decided ‘up there’. While I am not a God kind of person, … Continue reading

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Your first Aikido sensei

Who is your first Aikido sensei? Who is my first Aikido sensei? The fellow teaching you how to turn, roll and wears a funny black pleated skirt-looking pants? You first Aikido sensei is your parents. Your mother showed you love, … Continue reading

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