Sunday, 3rd June 2007

MSMAS with Toshiro Suga (6th Dan, Aikikai) in Edinburgh.

This Seminar was held by Toshiro Suga (6th Dan, Aikikai) at Craiglockhart Sports Centre in Edinburgh and attracted Students from across the UK and as far a field as Germany.


Sensei Suga, during the course of the seminar placed great emphasis on a number of fundamental points.

Namely, and in no particular order, suppleness and good ukemi, the role of Uke being equal to that of Tori, the importance of moving and using ones centre of gravity, not using any strength at all.
It was a fascinating day and a great time was had by all.
Impressively, the mat had a quiet studious nature to it, on which Sensei Suga commented on and appreciated.
Again, another great Edinburgh seminar!


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