Sunday, 26th October 2008

MSMAS Aikido at Yoko Okamoto Seminar in Edinburgh...

On Saturday & Sunday, 25/26th October 2008, MSMAS Aikido were once again be 'north of the Border'...


Once again MSMAS Aikidoka attended the now annual 'Yoko Okamoto Seminar' held at the Meadowbank Stadium in Edinburgh given by Yoko Okamoto Sensei (6th Dan), from Kyoto Dojo-Cho, and held at The Meadowbank Stadium.

Over 60 Aikidoka from across the UK came together to this excellent annual Seminar.

Okamoto Sensei placed a great importance on basic taisabaki and posture in her teaching as well as emphasizing good miai. All students trained hard and our thanks go to Neil Blacknell of Azami Kai Aikido for organinsing this very successful Seminar and of course to Okamoto Sensei for coming to Edinburgh once more from Japan.


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