The official newsletter of the Zen Eikoku Tomiki Aikido Renmei for the Winter/Spring 2012 is available for download:
Here are the results of the kyu grading that took place at the Saltwood Dojo on 17th July 2011:
Trevor Orman, brown
Phil Ayton, orange stripe
Manoj Patel, yellow
Stano Tvrdik, yellow
Craig Spooner, brown
Oscar Coleman, brown
Dan Binder, blue
Ben Binder, green +2 mons
Jordan Later, orange
Lauren Ayton, orange
Alex Boorman, orange
Congratulations to all who took parts.
The grading will take place on Saturday 24th September 2011 from 1pm – 3pm on the 2nd mat (juniors area) during the South Of The River seminar.
This is while Chris’ and Mick’s sessions are happening on the main mat.
Currently we have confirmed for the panel;
8th kyu: Phil Ayton
Blue belt+2 mons: Oscar Coleman and Craig Spooner
Green belt: Dan and Ben Binder
Yellow belt: Max Gardner, Jordan Later, Alex Boorman and Lauren Ayton
The official newsletter of the Zen Eikoku Tomiki Aikido Renmei for December 2010/ January 2011 is available for download:
The next grading will take place at the Swan Centre, S. Willesborough on Sunday 30th January 2011.
Hassou Aikido (www.hassou.co.uk)
Hassou Aikido has been founded by Eoin Kerrigan and Phil Eyers.
Training is every wednesday, from 7:30 to 9:30 pm, and is open to anyone over the age of 16.
The venue is the “Lad’s Club” in Saltwood (Rectory Lane, Saltwood, Hythe, CT21 4PZ )
The first session is free, and any subsequent ones are £5.
A beginners course will start in November 2010, but everybody is welcome and encouraged to come.
For more information, visit www.hassou.co.uk.
Just to remind everyone, there will be NO TRAINING on the following dates:
Oct 1st, Oct 8th, Oct 22nd, Nov 5th, Dec 3rd.
The official newsletter of the Zen Eikoku Tomiki Aikido Renmei for October/November 2010 is available for download:
Brunel University West London – Saturday 9th October 2010
The National Course is held to provide an opportunity for the wider aikido family to meet together and to train in a variety of styles under some of this country’s leading instructors.
Brunel University West London has a well equipped sports centre. The Dojo is light and airy, will provide a training area of approximately 250 mats, plus space for spectators The Course is open to all aikidoka aged 18 years and over. Those not holding a current BAB insurance certificate will be required to pay an additional 5 pounds to cover insurance.
Visit the BAB website for more information.