Preserve your body. Improve your technique.
During periods of isolation and lockdown, it's easy to lose muscle tone, stamina, and flexibility and develop bad habits.
Whether contact classes at your dojo have resumed or you're still at home on lockdown, now is the perfect time to fine-tune your movement.
Take this opportunity to visualize your best Aikido. While we train together in our live classes, I'll pay attention to what you're doing within your body and help you tweak any inefficient or harmful patterns of movement.
Now is the perfect time.
Join us in this live, interactive online series.
Saturdays, June 19 - August 7, 10:00am Pacific Time (PDT)*
Can't make that time? No worries. You'll get lifetime access to the videos.
(*Schedule is subject to change.)
Some of us have now resumed our in-person training, while others are still at home on lockdown. Some of us are permitted to have contact with our partners, while others are not.
Whatever your circumstances are, now is the perfect time to fine-tune your training. This is the perfect opportunity to visualize your best Aikido and then analyze what you're doing within your body and tweak any inefficient or harmful patterns of movement.
What people are saying...
"We are basically back in the dojo once a week. I wanted to share that I am noticing improvements because of your zoom trainings, which I think is very cool! 😁 Like the nikkyo exercise with the jo; I really notice that now I'm finding nikkyo easier to do because of it, where before I was always struggling a lot. And many other small differences."
"Thanks a lot for your support this year. The virtual classes are so valuable for me. And more helpful than only videos. Some movements are new or not so well known to me. But the systems are so nice. I had some discussions about virtual aikido training and somebody said virtual aikido is not possible. But in my experience, it is, I've learned so much so I am very grateful to you for your help."
What you'll get from this course:
- Increase and maintain flexibility.
- Maintain muscle tone.
- Correct habits that negatively impact your technique, posture, and overall well-being, enabling you to avoid injury and continue your Aikido training for years to come.
- Join an international community of Aikido-ka every week.