Kenshukai
The 2010 "Teaching Aikido to Children" Workshop will be held in Virgina at Aikido in Fredericksburg the weekend of June 19-20.
All the details, registration forms, etc. are available at this link

Dojos are encouraged to send their kids instructors for this wonderful program-expanding training

   
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5/16/2010

Aiki Kodomo Kenshukai 2010 – Teaching Aikido to Children / Educators Seminar

In 2006, the first "How to Teach Aikido to Children" seminar for teachers was held in Virginia.
In 2008, the event was held in Berkeley, California. Each event included presentations from ten senseis and was enthusiastically received by 40 attendees. Many positive reports were written on several aikido websites (see here for links to some reviews). As background info, the program from the first Kenshukai seminar is posted here.

This year, we are back on the East Coast and the event, scheduled for the weekend of June 19, 2010, will be held in our large, bright, new dojo. We are located one hour south of DC just off I-95.

The seminar is being organized as a resource for improving the quality and diversity of Aikido education to youth. It is likely that we will have international participation. The seminar will be taught by Aikido instructors and educators from a variety of affiliations and will be open to all Aikidoists.

The seminar is organized by Aikido in Fredericksburg with support by Aiki Extensions, Inc., both of which are non-profit organizations.

How do I sign up?
Complete the waiver form and pay the non-refundable $199 workshop fee before June 1 ($249 thereafter). The workshop fee includes a resource binder and simple lunches. You can register online at our events webpage www.gashuku.net and pay via Paypal, or mail your registration to:
Aikido in Fredericksburg
6155 Hickory Ridge Road
Spotsylvania, VA 22551

Updates will be posted on www.gashuku.net

Please contact Aviv sensei with any questions. Thank you for your support.