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Valentine's Day / Sõbrapäev 2019

Tulge meie sõbrapäevale 14. veebruaril 2019 kell 19:00 - 21:00. Oodatud on nii uued kui vanad aikidokad, kui ka täiesti esmakordsed külastajad! Samuti sobib üritus ...

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Aikidoklubi AGATSU

Aikidoklubi "AGATSU" nime all alustasime oma klubi tegevust septembrist 2012, alates sellest ajast oleme järjepidevalt aktiivselt edasi toimetanud. Klubi treeninguid veavad Hillar Pliiats ja Heigo Kaare. Nemad on aikidoga tegelenud juba üle neljateistkümne aasta ja ennast oma oskustes ja teadmistes järjepidevalt ka täiendanud. Kuna meie klubi on ka Eesti Aikidoliidu üks liikmesklubidest siis oleme tihedalt seotud ka teiste aikidoklubidega ning korraldame regulaarselt klubidevahelisi ühiseid treeninguid. Eesmärgiks on pakkuda kvaliteetset aikidotreeningut ja propageerida tervislikke eluviise.
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Aikidoklubi AGATSU20/07/2020 @ 17:35
A short montage of Tamura sensei's aikido seminar in Zurich, Switzerland, organised by Schweizerishe Aikido Föderation / Fédération suisse d'aïkido (SAF/FSA)...
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Nobuyoshi Tamura Sensei, Zürich 08.06.2003
A short montage of Tamura sensei's aikido seminar in Zurich, Switzerland, organised by Schweizerishe Aikido Föderation / Fédération suisse d'aïkido (SAF/FSA)...
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Aikidoklubi AGATSU20/07/2020 @ 16:15
This year the 13th summer seminar will take place in Châtelaillon from August 8 to 16. I am happy to meet you again on the tatami mats and to be able to practice our common passion together.
Registration is done directly on site.
Information: meiwakan@gmail.com
Website: http://www.meiwakan.fr

Infos seminar:
https://www.facebook.com/events/155044462585327/?__cft__[0]=AZVkAJ_cSv1sRpzT1-SrwAjNIKNVJOqSmPKH-CmLOAUloJkO7Fw2i9GTfT8Ucsvta2avVJLE02f3nW5T8lznwXuj3wGlvYinNI-BuY3dQHwGxB3kQgyzAlOH44z_8vHTNww&__tn__=-UK-R
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Aikidoklubi AGATSU19/07/2020 @ 2:38
[BUDOJAPAN]
Kuroda Tetsuzan sensei' s Self Trainning
Let's practice basic swinging of kenjutsu and Ukemi of jujtsu!
http://budojapan.com/video-on-demand/

The ‘Kata’ is the collected wisdom of ancient masters.
In Japanese martial arts the body is trained by repeating the ‘Kata’.

Master Kuroda sensei says,
"It is important to practise Kata in a simple form so that you can concentrate to master the theory. You have to deny depending upon using force. The ultimate essence of the techniques you can never get by using force"

"Nobody cannot notise his movement nor even his existence. Speed of Bujutsu's movement you can not measure with your eyes"

KURODA sensei's VOD series!!Now on Sale!!

VOD The Ultimate Practice method to master the true essence of Kata
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/kur17d

VOD Disappearing Movement - Tetsuzan KURODA
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/kur16d

VOD The Hyper-dimensional Body Vol. 1
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/kur11de

VOD The Hyper-dimensional Body Vol. 2
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/kur12de

[Master Tetsuzan Kuroda]
Master KURODA Tetsuzan was born in Saitama prefecture in 1950. Since his early childhood, by his grand father master KURODA Taiji and his father master KURODA Shigeki, he was taught five different Koryu Bujutsu which have been transferred within his family members for generations and he became the 15th Souke of Shinbu Kan. Recognising the fact that Kata should be a theory, he has extracted the moving methodology from the techniques of Koryu Bujutsu which denies power usage.

★Official website
http://budojapan.com/
★Twitter
https://twitter.com/BudoJapan
★Youtube
https://www.youtube.com/user/budojapan
★Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/budojapan/
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BUDO JAPAN
[BUDOJAPAN] Kuroda Tetsuzan sensei' s Self Trainning Let's practice basic swinging of kenjutsu and Ukemi of jujtsu! http://budojapan.com/video-on-demand/ The ‘Kata’ is the collected wisdom of ancient masters. In Japanese martial arts the body is trained by repeating the ‘Kata’. Master Kuroda sensei says, "It is important to practise Kata in a simple form so that you can concentrate to master the theory. You have to deny depending upon using force. The ultimate essence of the techniques you can never get by using force" "Nobody cannot notise his movement nor even his existence. Speed of Bujutsu's movement you can not measure with your eyes" KURODA sensei's VOD series!!Now on Sale!! VOD The Ultimate Practice method to master the true essence of Kata https://vimeo.com/ondemand/kur17d VOD Disappearing Movement - Tetsuzan KURODA https://vimeo.com/ondemand/kur16d VOD The Hyper-dimensional Body Vol. 1 https://vimeo.com/ondemand/kur11de VOD The Hyper-dimensional Body Vol. 2 https://vimeo.com/ondemand/kur12de [Master Tetsuzan Kuroda] Master KURODA Tetsuzan was born in Saitama prefecture in 1950. Since his early childhood, by his grand father master KURODA Taiji and his father master KURODA Shigeki, he was taught five different Koryu Bujutsu which have been transferred within his family members for generations and he became the 15th Souke of Shinbu Kan. Recognising the fact that Kata should be a theory, he has extracted the moving methodology from the techniques of Koryu Bujutsu which denies power usage. ★Official website http://budojapan.com/ ★Twitter https://twitter.com/BudoJapan ★Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/budojapan ★Instagram https://www.instagram.com/budojapan/
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Aikidoklubi AGATSU18/07/2020 @ 13:09
Do you practice Mokuso in your Dojo?
Mokuso literally means “silent/still” (moku) + “thoughts/thinking” (so).

Mokuso is a common way to start and to end a training session in the Japanese Martial Arts.
However it is not just mindlessly sitting in seiza position. Proper Mokuso is almost as important as the actual training.
It is a reflection for the practitioner's state of mind and It is also a good step to be able to reach mushin. A state of mind into which trained martial artists are said to enter during combat.

We know there are various ways of placing your hands, arms, and even eyes positioning in Mokuso that are practiced in different schools. But the most important thing to pay attention to is your 'state of mind'.
Having a proper state of mind during Mokuso is very important as it will positively influence the rest of your training and even the rest of your day!

During the practice of Mokuso, it's essential to keep the balance between vigilance and relaxation - we should avoid going one way or the other. During Mokuso, it's important to keep your mind in the now, fully aware of yourself and your surrounding, not lost in your thoughts.

The goal of Mokuso is to be fully present and aware in the moment.
Note that Martial arts is not just a physical practice. Yes working hard in class will teach you self defence and improve your fitness. But being a true martial artist is more than that. It is a path towards greater awareness, concentration and patience in and outside of the dojo. This cultivation of mindfulness, introspection and self analysis are all important techniques to the martial artist.

Tamashii Kokoro is building a movement. not just a brand. We believe the world needs more Budoka.

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Aikidoklubi AGATSU06/07/2020 @ 10:01
A small video found in my archives, already 5 years ago ... Time passes very quickly but passion and determination is always present 😉💪👊

#meiwakanaikido
#mickaelmartin
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Mickaël Martin
A small video found in my archives, already 5 years ago ... Time passes very quickly but passion and determination is always present 😉💪👊 #meiwakanaikido #mickaelmartin