Adult and Teen men and women can easily apply Aikido and Aiki Jujutsu techniques without relying on strength. It’s all about harmonizing, blending with, and dissipating the opponent’s aggressive energy. Aikido is great self-defense as it does not rely on striking or kicking an opponent. Instead, Aikido teaches to control an opponent’s movements until they are being held helpless on the ground.
Many police and armed forces organizations are turning to Aikido
as their preferred martial art. Now you can learn what they learn.
Because Aikido does not rely on striking and kicking to disable an opponent Aikido is the perfect martial art for women. Women learn to use their opponent’s weight and strength against them.
Weekday classes focus on hand-to-hand work. Sunday morning class focuses on Boken (practice sword) work that is the foundation of the Japanese Samurai’s fighting system.
Testimonial about Antonino Certa Shihan Seminar in November 2011
“Don’t miss an opportunity to train with Certa Shihan. His Daito Ryu skills are phenomenal. The weapons training was especially valuable for me. It gave me a historical perspective on Aiki-Ken I had never experienced in 24 years of Aikido training. Both the Suburi practice and Kata were demonstrated beautifully with skill and precision that transcended verbal explanation.
Certa Shihan’s Taijutsu instruction was equally valuable, serving as a glimpse into the most practical applications of Aiki-Budo in a martial situation. We practiced extremely effective techniques in a safe, supportive environment that benefited all levels of experience. My perspective on martial power now has a whole new dimension from this seminar. I highly recommend Certa Shihan’s instruction to all martial artists of any style or level of experience.”
Jim Klar, 4th Dan
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Classes are conducted in two 1-hour segments. Students may join at the basic level that comprises the first hour of class only, or the full program at 2 hours.