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Saturday, January 28 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Aikido Fundamentals LIMITED

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Aikido Fundamentals Come and experience the central principles and some of the nuanced movements of Aikido, a martial art which, like Yoga, was born as a path of spiritual growth and enlightenment. In this unique art, derived from the swift destructive Samurai battle skills, we practice to strongly stop the attack or the fight, without anyone getting hurt, restoring order out of chaos, harmony out of hostility. You practice harmony. Oneness follows. Sunset Cliffs Aikido has been blessed for over 30 years with the spacious training hall in Ocean Beach and with a special close relationship with the personal dojo of the founder of the art, located in the small town of Iwama, Japan. We studied with the founder’s long-time very close student, who was our awesome teacher, Saito Sensei. Sensei enriched our lives and our practice with treasures of Aikido lore and technical detail, which we endeavor to share. The instructor for this two hour Aikido Fundamentals session is Ben Teeter, a Sixth Degree Blackbelt with 30 years of experience. Learning new ways to help newcomers begin the art is, for him, a constant inspiration. We hope to see you on the mat! Saturday, January 28, 2017 3:30-5:30 PM Sunset Cliffs Aikido 5019 Santa Monica Boulevard Ocean Beach

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Ben Teeter

Ben Teeter, a Sixth Degree Blackbelt with 30 years of experience. Learning new ways to help newcomers begin the art is, for him, a constant inspiration. | Ben Teeter is Dai Sempai at Sunset Cliffs Aikido and one of the dojo’s longstanding members.  He has had the privilege of studying directly under Morihiro Saito Shihan both in Iwama and during Saito Shihan’s historic visits to San Diego and other U.S. venues in the eighties... Read More →


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