Corso di Aikido a Parma adatto alla difesa personale

Con sede al centro polisportivo Ercole Negri, l’ Aikido No Musubi Parma offre corsi di aikido a Parma Dento Iwama Ryu di alto livello tecnico grazie alla presenza di numerose cinture nere 1°,2° e 3° DAN.

Il Maestro  dell’ Aikido No Musubi Parma

M° Sergio Ravazzoni IV° DAN ISSASK

Orari e giorni dei nostri corsi di aikido a Parma

  • Lunedì 20:15 – 21:45: Corso aikido adulti
  • Giovedì 20:15 – 21:45: Corso aikido adulti

Contatti Aikido No Musubi Parma

Sergio Ravazzoni cell: 347-8089640.

Come Arrivare ai nostri corsi di Aikido a Parma

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Finished Kagamibiraki,

1. Budo is not for fighting but to make balance for yourself. "Balance" is very important, as everything has Omote and Ura, like Light and Shadow(陰陽). We are in shadow, but following the real one. No need for a large number of people, just need real hearts.

2. Aikido always start from Misogi. Everything has its Tamashii, so we need to appreciate them all. We human beings make balance between them(Tamashii) like Yajirobee. Also KO-E(心-枝) is equal to Kotodama which makes balance(connected) with opponent when keiko(Kiai) and daily life(Greetings). KA-MI(火fire-水water). HI(火=日sun).

3. Japanese Budo has a deep relationship with Shinto. That's why we place Kamidana in the dojo. The difference between Meditation of Shinto and Zen of Buddhism is that Shinto always focus on "the Center".

Silence was observed to show respect to the memory of Dennis Tatoian sensei, Noriyuki Takamo sensei, and Alessandro Tittarelli sensei.
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