means "Intense Training Experience" - Please note that
the flyer specifies kids need to be age nine or older. Mature
and experienced 7 and 8 year olds interested in attending with
either a parent or their own instructor are also welcome - contact firstname.lastname@example.org for
This spring's gasshuku is also a benefit for charity. The
PeaceCamp Initiative brings Palestinians and Jewish youth
leaders from the martial arts community (all candidates are
Budo for Peace programs)
to an American summer camp in upstate Pennsylvania, where they
forge the friendships and trust they will need when they return
home to start sowing seeds of peace and tolerance in a land where
both are scarce. All participants paying the $75 registration
fee will get a tax receipt for $25 contribution. Any donations
beyond that are fully tax-deductible.
planning to attend is asked to pre-register
form and send it in (before 4/17, if possible).
- We've had 40+ on the mat at these events - so please register early!
- If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
else (another parent, an instructor) will be bringing your child
to the event, download and fill out the Aikido of Berkeley waiver
form (or your child will not be able to train). ALL
PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE A VALID, PARENT-SIGNED WAIVER IN ORDER TO
TRAIN. (waivers will be available at the Berkeley dojo if you are
bringing your own child on Saturday)
||We've emailed flyers to every Bay Area dojo we could find an address
for, but if you'd like your own copy, you can download it here.
participants need to be ready, in terms of maturity and experience,
to train with young-at-heart adults as well as other kids, as we join with Aikido of Berkeley's regular Sunday morning class.
are asked to bring bokken and jo, but the Gasshuku will have
some training weapons available for those without their own.
who need scholarship assistance to attend should contact Robert
Kent - firstname.lastname@example.org