Aikido

Aikido is a traditional martial art that was founded by O Sensei Morihei Ueshiba.  O Sensei evolved Aikido from Daito Ryu Aikijujitsu, and various sword, staff and spear arts. Although highly skilled in many different disciplines, O Sensei developed Aikido to be a non competitive martial art to be practiced for the betterment of all.

Aikido as a martial art seeks to neutralize an opponents attack while keeping both yourself and the attacker unharmed.  The concepts of ki flow, blending energy and centering are central to the principles of Aikido.  In addition to Aikido’s unique place among the martial arts, Aikido can also be a creative tool for self improvement.

As practitioners, rather than viewing the world in an “us vs them” perspective, we see the connectivity within everyone.  The physical training becomes a reference for growth and development and ultimately we measure ourselves not from an outward perspective but an inward one.  The dojo and our practice provides a safe and tangible environment for experiencing both the physical and spiritual aspects of the art.

Aikido classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:00pm, and Saturdays at 11:30am.  Cost for the class is $80 per month.

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Sensei demonstrating ikkyo
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Aikido of Petaluma
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Sensei demonstrating proper positioning
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Student demonstrates free form techniques
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Circle Center practice
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Warming up at beginning of Aikido class
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Sensei Robert Noha
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Bill Misson performing Ikkyo
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Sasun Torikian performs pinning technique
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Rolling practice at beginning of class
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Circle Center practice
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