Mark

Blogpost: Mindfulness through Aikido and Tea Ceremony on Psychologytoday.com

This is a beautiful post on psychologytoday.com about the similarity of Aikido and Chado (Tea Ceremony): http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-body-blog/201008/mindfulness-through-aikido-tea-ceremony Thanks to Ginny Breeland for alerting us to this article.  Ginny maintains  “Aikido Advice for Woman … and a few men” on facebook and can be found here: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=logo#!/pages/Aikido-Advice-for-Womenand-a-Few-Men/302329183470?v=info&ref=ts

examiner.com article on Bob Noha Sensei

http://www.examiner.com/x-5948-SF-Martial-Arts-Examiner~y2010m7d8-Bob-Noha–A-Martial-Artist-Making-a-Difference?cid=examiner-email Paul Rest is a writer and martial artist. He has written numerous articles about Aikido and Low Impact Aikido and holds the rank of second degree black belt. He can be reached at poetry@sonic.net.

“The Heart of Aikido” now available at Amazon

John Stevens Shihan translates “The Heart of Aikido; The Philosophy of Takemusu Aiki” from the original Japanese. This is now available at http://www.amazon.com/Heart-Aikido-Philosophy-Takemusu-Aiki/dp/4770031149. Sensei will be reviewing this shortly at aikiweb.com.  We’ll let you know when his review is out!