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Dojo meetings - Special classes on Budo

Aikido, Iaido, Jodo, Aikijo, Aikiken

with special guests

from November 2019 to May 2020

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New schedule Aikido courses!

Starting from January 2020, Aikido courses are scheduled as follows:

Tuesday: 18.30-21.30

Thrusday: 18.30-20.00

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Suburi session 2020!

Tuesday 7 January 2020: Suburi wiil start at 7 p.m.! (duration unknown..)

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Events of Shodo and associated topics

Portici (NA) - Shodo: the Art of Calligraphy - Friday 31 January 2020 - 2.00-5.00 p.m.

 

Stra (VE) - Art of Calligraphy and Art of the Japanese Sword - Friday 21 February 2020 - ?

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La Colle Aikido/Iaido/Jodo seminar

An intensive week of pratice with qualified Aikido/Iaido/Jodo teachers.

Do not miss it!

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Muso Shin Den Ryu Iaido / Kenjutsu
Iaido/Kenjutsu  •  J.M.. Spothelfer
S. Pietro di Stra (Ve)  •  March 07 - 08, 2020

Program

Saturday 7:    9.30-12.30 and  15.30-18.30

Sunday 8:    9.30-12.30

A session for teachers will be scheduled

For info on accommodation and reservation for meals please contact the organizer by February 15th

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8th Aikido & Weapons Seminar
Aikido and weapons  •  A. Pozzi
Padova  •  June 06 - 07, 2020

Program:

Saturday 9.30-12.30 and 15.00-18.00 (light lunch included)

Sunday 9.30-12.30

with kyu exams

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Shodō - The Way of Writing
The Art of Calligraphy was introduced in Japan from China thanks to the Buddhism before the end of the VI century BC. The writing of the Kanji (the ideograms originated by the ancient pictograms) is based on three main styles: Kaisho (script style), Gyōsho (semi-cursive or fluid style) and Sōsho (cursive or "herb" style). Kana (Katakana and Hiragana) were added over the VIII Century. The Hiragana, in particular, developed thanks to noblewomen, whom the use of the official writing was forbidden. It reached levels of extraordinary beauty, so it was then recognized and incorporated in the actual system. The Way of Calligraphy has many connections with Budo, especially with the Art of the Sword.
For deeper studies: Ten-Jin-Chi, by P. Krieger
 
Pascal Krieger Sensei