Hoping that we can finally resume a normal training cycle, here is a first Aikido-Aikiken mini-workshop which will take place over 3 hours on September 26th at the Dojo des Guilands in Montreuil. Don't forget to bring your health pass and a bokken. We look forward to seeing you on the tatami.
Chiba Sensei’s writings on his years in England as published by the San Diego Aikikai Newsletter end here. What will follow is partly based on my memories and partly on the biography of Chiba Sensei compiled by Liese Klein, published by Birankai North America and available through amazon.com. PART VI – The London Years (1967 … Continue reading “A Life in Aikido” still continue : Part 5 – A New Start in London
Unfortunately, recent ministerial decisions force us to cancel the mini-training sessions scheduled for October 11th and 18th. Sorry, I'm trying to schedule new dates in November.
The situation somehow clarifies but, as the Summer of 1966 draws to an end, the future remains unsure for Chiba Sensei. discover it with Part 3 - The Early Years in England No.2
Here is the continuation of the epic of Chiba Sensei : Part 3 - The Early Years in England No.1 Chiba Sensei sea travels are ending and he finally reaches the English soil. However, his troubles are only starting…
Friday March 27th to Sunday March 29th – Plovdiv, Bulgaria More informations announced on Plovdiv’s Satori dojo : ( https://www.facebook.com/satoriplovdiv.aikido )
Friday March 13th to Sunday March 15th – Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA Information to be announced on Bucks County Aikikai web site: http://buckscountyaikido.com/
A new episode in the Series “A Life in Aikido” – Part II: En Route to Great-Britain, No.3 - The long trip taking Chiba Sensei to Great-Britain is finally ending after six weeks at sea and various incidents. Here he comes on an unknown land, inhabited by people who still resent the Japanese for their … Continue reading New episode in the Series “A Life in Aikido” – Part II: En Route to Great-Britain, No.3
Jo and Aikido work at the AikikaÏ Paris Batignolles Dojo These courses are open to everyone, whatever your level. Don't forget to bring your jo.