Traditional Martial Arts >> Nov Aunkai Seminar
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|10/15/07 2:42 PM|
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Stanford Aikido is pleased to announce a weekend seminar with the Aunkai's founder, Akuzawa Minoru, on November 10th and 11th. The development of an integrated physical structure and the ability to spontaneously apply the power it generates in a free form manner is the goal of internal martial arts training. Akuzawa Minoru is a contemporary practitioner who has focused his training on acquiring and developing the sophisticated body skills associated with this goal. This will be Akuzawa Sensei's first seminar tour in the states, and it is a rare opportunity to encounter the remarkable internal training techniques employed in Japanese Koryu. In two days, Akuzawa Sensei will present a set of effective training exercises, and will demonstrate the results of their practice. Participants will be invited to test his ability to manifest extraordinary internal strength in a variety of startling demonstrations, including martial application against tactics seen both in popular mixed martial art fighting (mma) and more traditional demonstrations of advanced skill often seen in Chinese and Japanese arts. Akuzawa Sensei will cover the practical and theoretical aspects of aligning and conditioning the body to generate and apply internal strength, focusing on both structure and dynamics. Seminar Details: When: November 10th and 11th 2007, 10am-1pm and 2pm-4pm daily. Where: Stanford University Arrillaga Family Sports Center, Wrestling Room How: Interested parties MUST contact Mike Malkin at email@example.com to reserve a spot, attendance will be limited to 40 students. Cost for the seminar is $180.
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