Jyushinkan Dojo will host James Nakayama Sensei (7th dan) at Utah State University in Logan, Sept. 7-8, 2018. Aikido of Salt Lake encourages you to attend and support this event. The seminar will be held at HPER Physical Ed. Complex, Utah State University, 850 East 700 North, Logan, UT 84321. Pre-registration deadline is Aug. 31, 2018. DownloadRead more about Aikido Seminar: James Nakayama Sensei (7th dan)[…]
Aikido Mountain West will host Molly and Jeramy Hale, August 17-19, 2018, in Salt lake City, Utah. Jeramy focuses on training health, vitality, and lifelong engagement in Aikido. Molly brings a unique perspective training and teaching from a wheelchair. For more details and session times, download the seminar flyer.
Self-Defense for Women Workshop A 4-hour workshop designed to teach: Prevention strategies Defensive moves and escape tactics Powerful strikes that work against a stronger opponent As part of the workshop, participants gain actual experience defending themselves against an attack in a safe environment. When: Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Where: Sugar Space Arts Warehouse, RobertsonRead more about Women’s Self-Defense Workshop, Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018[…]
Compared to the many other martial arts practiced in Utah, Aikido isn’t very well known. Karate and its variants were made popular in the 80s by The Karate Kid and the flood of action movies with stars like Jean-Claude Van Damme and Chuck Norris. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu rose in the public attention with the rise ofRead more about Aikido in Pop Culture[…]
Aikido Mountain West will host Michael Friedl Shihan (7th dan), June 8-10, 2018 in Salt lake City, Utah. Friedl Shihan teaches at at Aikido of Ashland (Ashland, Oregon). For session times and details, download the seminar flyer here.
Ganshinkan Dojo will host Cyndy Hayashi Sensei (7th dan) on May 18 to 20, 2018 at the University of Utah. Hayashi Sensei teaches at Aikido West in Redwood City, CA. For session times and details, download the seminar flyer here.
One of the most elusive and difficult concepts for westerners to understand is the Japanese concept of ‘ki’ (気). For Aikido practitioners, ki is usually translated as ‘energy.’ In it’s simplest form, it’s the kinetic energy that an Aikidoist takes from an attacker and redirects to perform a throw or take the aggressor to theRead more about How the ‘Ki’ of Aikido Can Help You Face Life’s Challenges[…]
The world can be a pretty scary place, and it’s a good idea to learn how to defend yourself. We’re constantly hearing in the media about the latest mass shooting or terrorist attack. So it’s a natural reaction to ask yourself, “What would I do if I were in that situation?” Of course, these incidentsRead more about How to Be Prepared for Anything[…]
One of the many benefits of training Aikido is that it can build and strengthen team relationships and teach effective conflict resolution. Aikido is known as the Way of Harmony for good reason: it teaches you how to harmonize with yourself, others, and the world around you. Although this is a very lofty goal, founderRead more about Aikido Training for Team Development[…]
Aikido of Salt Lake encourages you to support Aikido Mountain West as they host Kayla Feder Sensei (6th dan). The seminar will be held April 20-22, 2018, at Aikido Mountain West, 370 W Ironwood Dr, Salt Lake City. For session times and details, download the seminar flyer here.