Bernie Lau Sensei
Practical Aiki Workshop
Seattle Jujutsu Club
3605 34th Ave. S
Seattle WA 98168

This is a two-part workshop. Bernie Lau will be teaching on Saturday,December 1. This portion of the workshop will focus on practical applications of aikijujutsu and aikido.

A retired law enforcement officer who began his martial arts training under Koichi Tohei in 1955, Lau developed many of the restraint tactics currently approved for use by
Washington State law enforcement officers. For further details, see the
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Aaron Fields will be teaching on Sunday, December 2. This portion of the workshop will focus on ground wrestling, and is intended primarily for people with backgrounds in aikido, karate, and other non-grappling arts.

Fields holds a menkyo in Yabe Ryu jujutsu, a yudansha grade in Jon Bluming’s International Budokai Foundation, and trained in Mongolia with the Mongolian national team in judo, sambo, and Mongolian wrestling.

For additional information, contact Joseph Svinth at or
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When: December 1, 2001 - Saturday 11:00AM - 5:00PM // December 2, 2001 -
Sunday 11:00AM - 4:00PM

Where: Seattle Jujutsu Club 3605 34th Ave. South Seattle WA 98168
Cost: If paid in advance, $40 for one day or $60 for both. The cost at the door is $50 per day. Credit card payments can be made online via PayPal at
Checks can be mailed to:
EJMAS PO Box 1694
Lynnwood WA 98046-1694

Directions from I-5 northbound and southbound:
Take the I-90 eastbound exit. Get in the right hand lane, and take the first exit (#3) to Rainier Ave. S. southbound. Turn right onto Rainier Ave. S. Go approximately 1-2/3 miles to Charleston Street. Turn left onto Charleston. Take the first left hand turn onto 34th Ave. S. Go one block to the Habitat for Humanity building. Turn left and proceed to the rear of the building to Seattle Jujutsu Club.

Upcoming events:
Kim Messer, January 2002, Seattle (world champion boxer)
Jon Bluming, March 2002, Seattle (International Kyokushin Kai Kan All-round Fighting)
Don Angier, April 2002, Portland (Yanagi Ryu jujutsu)
Toby Threadgill, August 2002, Seattle (jujutsu)
Guy Power, October 2002, Seattle (Toyama Ryu iaido/batto-jutsu)