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A Day With John Stevens Bay Marin Aikido is honored to host John Stevens. Born in Chicago, John Stevens lived in Japan for thirty-five years from age 25 to 60. He was professor of Buddhist Studies at Tohoku Fukushi University in Sendai, as well as the T.F.U. Aikido Club Shihan. His Aikido career began in 1973, initially training with Hanzawa Yoshimi Sensei and Saito Morihei Sensei. In the late 70s, his principal teacher became Shirata Rinjiro Sensei of Yamagata. John's…Find out more »
The art of falling safely.
Ukemi, the art of falling safely, is an important aspect of our aikido training. This ukemi workshop will be led by Ron Wada and Geoff Evans, and is open to all levels of practitioners. See you there.
Sawa Sensei will be back in the Bay Area this summer! Please use our contact form to let us know if you'll be joining us on August 3rd.Find out more »
Ukemi, the art of falling safely, is an important aspect of our aikido training. This workshop is open to all levels of practitioners. See you there! Date: Saturday, August 17 Time: 10 am to 1 pm Fee: $10 Where: Bay Marin Aikido Agenda 10:00 - 10:40 – Intro and Basic backfall skills + Falling quietly 10:40 - 10:45 – Break 10:45 – 11:25 – Improving the Forward roll, Body mechanics, Lifting the hips, Filling the body with ki 11:25 – 11:30 – Break 11:30 – 12:10 –…Find out more »
Saturday, January 18th Save the Date! Saturday, January 18, 2020. The thought is that if you can do one thousand strikes, you can do anything in the New Year. We'll start at 10am with a short warm up and a 45-minute keiko. Then, after a short break, we'll start the 1,000 strikes. Let's do this!Find out more »
We have decided to close Bay Marin Aikido through the end of March to reduce the chance of any of our members or guests inadvertently receiving or spreading the COVID-19 virus. We hope to resume classes starting in April and will be monitoring this public health emergency closely. Please feel free to reach out to us in the meantime if you’d like more information regarding our dojo or training in Aikido.Find out more »