Kagami Biraki
Saturday, January 12, 2019
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
 

Kagami Biraki is a traditional New Year's celebration and ceremony in Japan. Mochi, or rice cakes, are offered as a symbol of personal reflection.

 

In traditional dojos, Kagami Biraki represents a Renewing of the Spirit and Rededication to Training. It is also a wish for good luck, no injuries, and a celebration of thanks for all our training partners.

 

Aikido of the San Juans celebrates Kagami Biraki every year in early January, with a special class for all members, family and friends; kagami biraki ceremony; and shared meal. All members and family welcome and encouraged to participate.

 

Gasshuku

 

Gasshuku is an intensive training session. Takemusu Aikido Association's annual Gasshuku is held Memorial Day weekend in beautiful Lake Tahoe. From Friday evening through Sunday afternoon, we train joyfully and exuberantly.

 

May 25 - 27, 2018

 

Links

 

Takemusu Aikido Association

Please visit www.takemusu.org for a complete list of member dojos.

 

Ibaraki Branch Dojo, Iwama, Japan

Ibaraki Branch Dojo

 

Our Sensei:

Hans Goto Sensei, 7th dan

Bay Marin Aikido, California

www.baymarinaikido.com

Affiliated Dojos in the Region

Aikido at the Center, Tucson, Arizona

www.aikdoatthecenter.org

Judith Robinson Sensei, 6th dan

Aikido Arts Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico

www.aikidoarts.org

Bill Smythe Sensei, 5th dan


 

 

aikidopagosa@gmail.com       (970) 264 0430

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