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Koichi Tohei con O'Sensei Morihei Ueshiba c. 1952

Koichi Tohei con O'Sensei Morihei Ueshiba c. 1952

Reply to criticism of “Towards A Reform of Aikido Technique” article by Stanley Pranin

Four Basic Ki Principles:       1. Keep One Point    2. Relax Completely    3. Keep Weight Underside    4. Extend Ki

Four Basic Principles of Ki-Aikido: Keep One Point Relax Completely Keep Weight Underside Extend Ki

My Master Koichi Tohei Sensei practicing how to move with Ki after someone grabs your wrist.

My Master Koichi Tohei Sensei practicing how to move with Ki after someone grabs your wrist.

1961 in Hawaii - Aikido Founder Morihei Ueshiba with his two Otomo, Koichi Tohei and Nobuyoshi Tamura, with Hawaii Chief Instructor Yukiso Yamamoto. More about OSensei and Hawaii on the Aikido Sangenkai​ blog:  "OSensei’s Otomo on his 1961 visit to Hawai’i" - a little bit about Koichi Tohei and Nobuyoshi Tamura in Hawaii: http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/osensei-otomo-1961-hawaii/  "Koichi Tohei: Aikido Comes to Hawaii" - about Koichi Tohei's beginnings in Hawaii…

1961 in Hawaii - Aikido Founder Morihei Ueshiba with his two Otomo, Koichi Tohei and Nobuyoshi Tamura, with Hawaii Chief Instructor Yukiso Yamamoto. More about OSensei and Hawaii on the Aikido Sangenkai​ blog: "OSensei’s Otomo on his 1961 visit to Hawai’i" - a little bit about Koichi Tohei and Nobuyoshi Tamura in Hawaii: http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/osensei-otomo-1961-hawaii/ "Koichi Tohei: Aikido Comes to Hawaii" - about Koichi Tohei's beginnings in Hawaii…

Yoshinkan Aikido Founder Gozo Shioda taking ukemi for Aikido Founder Morihei Ueshiba in the 1938 technical manual "Budo" - from the blog post "Aikido Shihan Kyoichi Inoue - Learning from the Kojiki": http://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/aikido-shihan-kyoichi-inoue-kojiki/

Aikido Shihan Kyoichi Inoue - Learning from the Kojiki

Kyoichi Inoue, uchi-deshi to Yoshinkan Aikido Founder Gozo Shioda and second Kancho of the Yoshinkan, speaks about the Kojiki and its relation to Aikido.

Every aikido dojo has a picture of Morihei Ueshiba (O-Sensei) mounted on the front wall of the dojo. As an old man, the venerable founder exudes compassion and enlightenment. At Ikazuchi Dojo, we have a fantastic picture of O-Sensei in his late 70s or early 80s, smiling, but with a piercing gaze. This is how I,

Aikido Founder Morihei Ueshiba in Photo via Stan Pranin at Aikido Journal.

Por Mario Sapienza Fue durante el otoño de 2012 que tuve la posibilidad de practicar en Meirin Juku, dojo conducido por Sobue Mitsuru shihan, en la industrial pero apacible ciudad de Nagoya, Japón.…

Hanmi y hitoemi: posiciones básicas para la práctica

Por Mario Sapienza Fue durante el otoño de 2012 que tuve la posibilidad de practicar en Meirin Juku, dojo conducido por Sobue Mitsuru shihan, en la industrial pero apacible ciudad de Nagoya, Japón.…

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