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2016 Seminars


Ray Gardiner Sensei & Mats Stromgren Sensei

Tai Sai Friendship Seminar Sunday 24th April 2016
Wycombe Judo Centre

  Tai Sai ( meaning grand festival) is a festival held at the end   of April   every year in Iwama, Japan. Iwama is where the   founder of Aikido   Morihei Ueshiba or O Sensei, settled in the 1940's and   spent the next three decades   developing and refining the   martial art he named Aikido. Morihei   Ueshiba passed away   on April 26th 1969 and the Aikido Tai Sai is held   every year   to commemorate the day of his death and to pay respects to   his dedication to the many years of practice and development   of Aikido.   This transfers to all other dedicated teachers who   spend their life and   time trying to improve their own skills and   to pass it on to their   students.   Many dojo and teachers   around the world that can not travel   to Japan on   a regular   basis try to uphold the tradition of Aikido Tai Sai   in their own   dojo thus staying close to the spirit of the origin of Aikido. 


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Pat Hendricks Sensei, 2016 UK Seminar

High Wycombe

1st - 3rd July


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