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aikido:

see martial artsmartial arts,
various forms of self-defense, usually weaponless, based on techniques developed in ancient China, India, and Tibet. In modern times they have come into wide use for self-protection, as competitive sports, and for exercise.
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To celebrate this anniversary, a special course was held on May 4/5 at the Wirral Tennis Centre for members of the Dojo and the Komyokan Aikido Association for which the Dojo is the headquarters.
The word "aikido" is formed of three syllables: "ai" means unifying, "ki" means spirit and, "do" means path.
The embassy of Japan in Turkmenistan, in collaboration with the sports and martial arts club Lachyn Ay, organized Sunday a demonstration of Aikido by Aikido Master Yuji Horikoshi.
Aikido is a Japanese martial art that teaches people selfdefence in a way that would not harm an attacker.
Tsuda, in collaboration with Japan Foundation, donated 12 books on judo, kendo and aikido to the Olympic Committee.
Japanese martial aikido, developed in the middle of the 20th century by its founder Morihei Ueshiba, as comprehensive martial art comprising mainly throws and falls, pins and joint locks and work with various weapons, including knife, staff and sword.
This book introduces actors to the art of stage combat as a tool that combines the body, voice, and the imagination, incorporating Aikido as a movement system and Fitzmaurice voicework for voice training to integrate breath and body, so that physical and vocal skills exhibit spontaneity, flow, and emotional availability.
Monterey Park, CA, August 12, 2015 --(PR.com)-- With over 1.5 million active practitioners around the world, Aikido, a Japanese martial art founded by Morihei Ueshiba in the 1920s, is one of the more popular martial arts in the globe.
In September 2013, I was in Iwamma, Japan, living and training at an aikido dojo (training facility for aikido) as an uchi deshi (martial arts live-in) student.
A group of Japanese drummers, karate, aikido, kendo, sumo, Iaido, judo sportsmen, as well as cosplay (costume show) artists will perform at the event.