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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 veab Hillar Pliiats. Ta on aikidoga tegelenud juba üle viieteistkümne 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.
Aikidoklubi AGATSU
Aikidoklubi AGATSU01/03/2021 @ 13:09
Mokuso (黙想 mok'sō) is a Japanese term for meditation, especially when practiced in the Japanese martial arts. Mokusō (pronounced "mohk-sou") is performed before beginning a training session in order to "focus" & "clear one's mind", very similar to the zen concept of mushin. This term is more formally known to mean "warming up the mind for training hard". It was designed to channel the breathing in order to prevent injury, maintain focus, and prepare for training.
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Aikidoklubi AGATSU
Aikidoklubi AGATSU uuendas oma profiilipilti.01/03/2021 @ 9:55
Aikidoklubi AGATSU
Aikidoklubi AGATSU uuendas oma profiilipilti.23/02/2021 @ 22:07
Eesti taasiseseisvumise puhul!
On the occasion of Estonian Restoration of Independence!
Aikidoklubi AGATSU
Aikidoklubi AGATSU20/02/2021 @ 13:37
"When O'Sensei created Aikido, he broke with the traditional concept of martial arts. That is how aikido developed. Aikido is not for fighting but for harmony and love.

If you look at martial arts from the western standpoint, they are fighting arts. In Japan, Budo is known to involve mental and spiritual aspects. But here, people do not see it that way. O'Sensei created aikido to break through the traditional concepts of martial arts. It was a simple thing, his idea, harmony with the universe. You train technically to be efficient and precise. Accuracy involved timing and rhythm. So if you understand that timing and rhythm create a balance, then you begin to understand that we are part of the universe...

If you only look at aikido like its a martial art, for purposes of attack and defense, training will be limited to those purposes."

-Seiichi Sugano (1939-2010) 8th dan
Aikidoklubi AGATSU
Aikidoklubi AGATSU11/02/2021 @ 10:05
See aasta jääb koroona piirangute tõttu meie Sõbrapäeva üritus ära. Loodetavasti saame järgmine aasta teha selle võrra ägedama ürituse!