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About Traditional Aikido

Although aikido is a relatively recent innovation within the world of martial arts, it is heir to a rich cultural and philosophical background. Aikido was created in Japan by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969). Before creating aikido, Ueshiba trained extensively in several varieties of jujitsu, as well as sword and spear fighting. Ueshiba also immersed himself in religious studies and developed an ideology devoted to universal socio-political harmony. Incorporating these principles into his martial art, Ueshiba developed many aspects of aikido in concert with his philosophical and religious ideology.



Moving in Aikido

The posture of your body and the way of moving your body in space are the key to every martial art. Aikido is known for specific circular movements (tai-sabaki). By moving, we are escaping an attacker’s energy and directing it back towards him.
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