Shihan Fest Coming In July To Aikido Schools of NJ

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Veröffentlicht: Juni 14, 2014 @ 9:00 AM EDT

The Aikido Schools Of New Jersey (ASNJ), bei sich 324 West-Westfield Avenue, will be holding a Summer Shihan Fest from July 12th – 13th. The two days of instruction will feature eight (8) Shihan-tachi from the USAF (United States Aikido Federation).

The Shihan-tachi – having over 300 years of collective experience – who will be instructing are:

DAN (Black Belt Degree)
Hal Lehrman, Jr.
7th und
Aikido of Park Slope
David Halprin
7th und
Farmingham Aikikai
Ray Farinato
6th und
Aikido of Fairfield County
Douglas Firestone
6th und
Aikido of Westchester
Joel Posluns
6th und
North Vancouver Aikikai
Irvin Faust
6th und
Albany Aikido
Joe Nemeth
6th und
Aikido of Nassau County
Richard Stickles
7th und
Aikido Schulen von New Jersey

A shihan is a master teacher in Aikido and is a high ranking sensei.

Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba in 1926 that derived techniques from Jujitsu and Kenjutsu. Aikido focuses not on punching or kicking opponents, but rather on using their own energy to gain control of them or to throw them away from you, placing emphasis on motion and the dynamics of movement.

Anyone wanting more information on the event or ASNJ can visit their web site (Link), Facebook-Seite (Link), or visit their location across the street from the Church of Assumption on Westfield Avenue.