Aikido is a Japanese martial art that does not rely on muscles and strength but concentrates the power of the whole body onto the weak point of an opponent forcing him to cooperate using his own force and momentum.
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I originally chose Aikido because of the self-defense aspects. When I came for my trial lesson I was happy to see other girls at the dojo. In addition the instructors were really nice and put a lot of effort into teaching me the correct forms of Aikido. I've only been training in Aikido for half a year but I've already noticed many positive effects. I've noticed increased stamina which has helped me a lot at work and I've also noticed increased flexibility. I definitely recommend that you try Aikido!
Every time I finish practice at the dojo I feel refreshed. Also by applying the principles of Aikdo I've been better able to deal with conflict at the office.
I originally picked Aikido as an activity to do with my son. However as I continued training I realized that Aikido is actually very logical and doesn't rely on secrets. Anyone can learn Aikido and achieve a high level of skill through practice. This is very interesting and enjoyable for me.
Because Mugenjuku focuses heavily on basics I really recommend it for anyone who is interested acquiring a deep knowledge of Aikido and continuing practice for a long time.
I originally started Aikido because I thought that it would be safe for a woman of advanced age to try. It has had a big impact on my life up until this point, in physical and mental terms. Mainly it has helped me develop a peace of mind that allows me to stay focused even in times of stress.
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