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Seminar Photos from Payet Shihan Visit 2014

Seminar Photos from Payet Shihan Visit 2014

May 24, 2014 @ 8:54 pm
by Flo Li

What’s a great week it has been for all of us at Aikido of Del Mar! We are grateful for Payet Shihan’s visit to our dojo as so many of our students and Encinitas Aikido students enjoyed the two-day intensive workshop. We hope each and everyone of you were able to take away some valuable lessons from the workshop and apply it your aikido training and to your everyday life.

Your basic movements will teach your body to move with balance, grounded extension, and projection of energy.

Your basic movements will teach your body to move with balance, grounded extension, and projection of your inner strength.

When facing multiple attackers, relax, focus on your center, and move within the collective flow of energy -

When facing multiple attackers, relax, focus on your center, and move within the collective flow.

Jacques Payet shihan (7th dan Yoshinkan Aikido) gave us valuable tools to improve our aikido as well as our lives.

Jacques Payet shihan (7th dan Yoshinkan Aikido) gave us valuable tools to improve our aikido as well as our lives – 2014 seminar in Aikido of Del mar.

Thanks to the the generous contribution from the Tallet family, we were able to capture some amazing photos from the seminar so you can share them with your family and friends. Follow this link and you can download  more photos from our google+ account.

First day of the two-day intensive with Payet Shihan at Aikido of Del Mar, 2014.

First day of the two-day intensive with Payet Shihan at Aikido of Del Mar, 2014.

A sincerely “thank you” from all of us at Aikido of Del Mar!

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  • etallet
    May 24, 2014

    Cool pictures 😉

  • June 16, 2015

    I read the Sendokan article with great ientrest. I started Yoshinkan with Sensei Harrison and was privileged enough to be graded to Yudansha level by him. I have since left England and lived in Asia and the US, but what Sensei Harrison and all the Sendokan students gave me has remained my greatest Aiki gift; a good solid core that stands up anywhere in any style you may practice.Having visited many dojo’s and trained with many great people around the world wherever I may be I can safely say that my time with Sensei Harrison and his longtime senior students, such as Tom, John, Brian, Simon and Rod (amongst others) is sorely missed. (and sometimes the emphasis is on sore!)I strongly recommend anyone living within an hour’s drive to go and check out this Dojo, and anyone visiting London/England even for a short time to visit; 3 things are guaranteed:1. A very warm welcome2. A good honest (but tough) session3. A drink at the pub right after!Francis Blackmore

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