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Saturday, 21st May 2011

MSMAS Aikidoka attend and support 'Mind, Body and Spirit' Aikido Seminar in Wales....

A number of MSMAS Aikidoka travelled to Wales to attend and support the ‘3rd Mind, Body & Spirit Annual Aikido Seminar’ being hosted by Treorchy Aiki Ryu, with proceeds being donated to the ’Japanese Disaster Fund’...

 

3rd 'Mind Body & Spirit' Annual Aikido Seminar at Rhondda Fach Centre ... 

Instructors:

Kyoshi Roger Payne Shihan  DNBK
Kyoshi Mike Williams Shihan DNBK & Shin-Gi-Tai
Selwyn Bowen Sensei DNBK & Shin-Gi-Tai
John Piket Sensei 7th Dan Aikijujutsu

Registration started at 0915, the Seminar begun at 1000.

Brief break for lunch at 1230 with Sessiosn ongoing until 1530hrs...

A good time was had by ALL !!

Already lookig forward to next years event ............

 

 

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