Sensei Jonny and his students will be hosting a course on Sunday 10th of May at Calstock Village Hall. All members welcome.
The summer course will hopefully take place this year from the 3rd to 6th of July inclusive. These dates will be confirmed at the end of February. The course will be in Downderry as usual. More info to follow.
Sensei Anthony is running a beginners course for 4 weeks through November.
This course will offer a basic introduction to the principles of Ki-Aikido, and mind and body coordination. No previous experience necessary, just wear loose comfortable clothing.
If you are interested please get in touch.
What is Ki-Aikido?
Within us all is a singular point of calm. Here we find we are relaxed, clear and sharp and time seems to expand allowing considered actions to follow. In this state we are strong, resilient and flexible and can allow ourselves to invest fully in our endeavours. This place is our ‘one point’ and the result of finding it is the co-ordination of mind and body.
Ki-Aikido is a fun and compelling way to help us understand and develop the one point through specific practice and dynamic exercise. It can be practised by anyone willing to learn, of any age, size, ability or gender.
Rather than fear, violence and hate we learn calmness, tolerance and respect.
Ki-Aikido is the Art of Peace.
Thursday 7th,14th,12st,28th November 2019 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Liskerrett Community Centre, Liskeard. PL14 4AP
4 week course- £44, thereafter £5 per evening
e-mail: email@example.com Phone 07765 130504
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Just a reminder to all that membership is now due.
It has changed to £24 (£18 concessions)
Please make every effort to pay your teachers as soon as possible.
Sensei Richard and his students will host us on the 8th of December.
The course will be in Lanreath Village Hall, PL13 2NY.
Note: the nearest village shop is three miles away, so its a good idea to bring food.
Head west from Liskeard on the A38.
At the roundabout take the second exit onto the A390 signposted for Looe and St Austell.
After two miles you will pass through a village. Take the left turn just after the village onto the B3359 signposted to Looe.
Four miles along this road take a right, signposted for Polruan, Bodinnick, Lerryn and a car ferry.
After a quarter mile, take the first left.
The hall is just on the right.
The date and and venue for the Exeter Course is now available:
|Exeter Course||Sunday, 27th of October.||Victory Hall, Broadclyst, EX5 3EE.|