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#187546 - 09/20/05 01:19 PM Aikido in Seattle/Eastside
treetopflyer Offline
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Hi all, I did a search for Seattle in this forum and got zero results. Can anyone recommend a school/dojo in the Seattle/Eastside area for an adult beginner in Aikido?

I have previous experience with Bujitsu, but for personal/phylisophical reasons I believe i'm more inclined to the Aikido connection of mind/body.

Thanks,

TTF

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#187547 - 09/20/05 05:21 PM Re: Aikido in Seattle/Eastside [Re: treetopflyer]
Joe Jutsu Offline
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Quote:

Hi all, I did a search for Seattle in this forum and got zero results. Can anyone recommend a school/dojo in the Seattle/Eastside area for an adult beginner in Aikido?

I have previous experience with Bujitsu, but for personal/phylisophical reasons I believe i'm more inclined to the Aikido connection of mind/body.

Thanks,

TTF




A quick search on aikiweb.com showed about thirteen hits for aikido in Seattle. I would check there first. If you are interested in mind/body unification, I would highly suggest checking out the Ki Society dojo, but since this is my affiliation I am obviously biased .

Joe

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#187548 - 09/27/05 08:41 PM Re: Aikido in Seattle/Eastside [Re: treetopflyer]
larryf Offline
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George Leydard teaches in that area. Highly recommended.
Many other senior instructors in Seattle if you don't like George's place.

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