Archives for September 2011

2011 USAF Summer Camp DVD Is Now Available

The 2011 Summer Camp DVD is now available for purchase. This DVD captures the teachings of Yamada Shihan and Osawa Shihan, the Technical Committee members, and the many shidoin who helped provide an average of 8 classes per day. From on the mat in the dojo, to weapons classes outside under the pavilion, the extraordinary flavor of this camp is now available for all to share.

If you ordered your copy during camp, your DVD should arrive shortly. If you missed the opportunity to do so, you can now order it online by visiting Aikido de La Montagne’s website.

A special thanks to the outstanding camerman, Luc Tremblay, and his team, and to Claude Berthiaume Shihan and Aikido de la Montagne who organized, supervised, and assisted on all levels to help make this happen.

A short preview can be viewed here.

USAF Fukushidoin

              USAF Fukushidoin

(updated 3/15/2018)




Fukushidoin is an assistant teacher certification granted to those who have been a nidan for at least 1 year. The applicant must teach class on a regularly scheduled basis. They may test kyu ranks up to and including 1st Kyu.

In order to apply for Fukushidoin, the applicant must be recommended by either a Fukushidoin, Shidoin or Shihan. The purpose of this title is to grant the Chief Instructor of a dojo the ability to test his or her own students and therefore to promote growth within the dojo. It is not a reward, given solely on the basis of rank, and will not be granted for that purpose. This teaching certification will be awarded only on an as needed basis. The status of all applying and renewing Fukushidoin is subject to review by the Technical Committee.

In order to maintain certification, Fukushidoin must attend one major seminar each year and attend the class for instructors that may be offered at that seminar. In addition, they must attend a second seminar taught by a member of the Technical Committee in the same calendar year.


  • Jerry Akel, Aikido Center of Jacksonville
  • Joao Alcantara, Newport Beach Aikikai
  • Peter L. Aldrich, Bermuda Aikikai
  • E. Lee Alexander, Aikido of Red Bank
  • Heath Atchley, Aikido of Amherst
  • Maite Azcoitia, Gold Coast Aikikai
  • Theodore S. Banta III, Jersey Shore Aikikai
  • Gene Batan, Aikido of Fairfield County
  • Rachel Renee Bean, Chushin Center Aikido
  • Kevin Bennet, Peachtree Aikikai Atlanta
  • Nancy Birdsong, Aikido of Austin
  • Gabriel Bixel, Aiki Muenster
  • Gina Boccolucci, Florida Aikido Center
  • Margaret Bower, Water’s Edge Aikikai
  • Christopher Bradshaw, Long Island Aikikai
  • Karl E. Brenneman, Monadnock Aikikai
  • Normand Brodeur, Aikikai de L’Universite Laval
  • Nathan Burd, Aikido of Prescott
  • Christy Calder, Aikido of Santa Barbara
  • Michael Carnes, Raeigh Aikikai
  • Louis Caron, Aikido of Santa Barbara
  • Luis Eduardo Carrasco, Raleigh Aikikai
  • Jason Carter, Newport Beach Aikikai
  • Aaron Cass, Portsmouth Aikido
  • Dave Childers, North Coast Aikikai
  • Karen Clark, Aikido of Champlain Valley
  • Robert L. Clark, Kitsap Aikido
  • David Cody, Aikido of New Orleans
  • Bryan Coffie, Aikido Aruba
  • Ralph R. Craig, Mohawk Valley Aikido
  • Lynne Crystal, Aikido of Red Bank
  • Charles Cunningham, Grinnell Aikikai
  • Thomas A. Davis, Peachtree Aikikai Atlanta
  • Albery Delaney, 3rd, Portland Aikido
  • Jerry N. Dewees, Twin Cities Aikido Center
  • Mario Di Marco, Lake County Aikikai
  • Ursula Donnelly, Suffolk Aikikai
  • Diane P. Dubois, Lewiston Aikido/Willow
  • Matthew Dykeman, North Shore Aikikai
  • Neal Earhart, Aikido of Westchester
  • Christopher Ednie, Aikido of Red Bank
  • Michael Fitzpatrick, Aikido of Red Bank
  • Graham Fraser, Mount Saint Vincent Aikikai
  • Georgette Frate-Mikus, North Coast Aikikai
  • David Gardener, Litchfield Hills Aikikai
  • Patrick Gaucher, Rivertide Aikido
  • Rejean Gauthier, Aikikai de L’Universite Laval
  • Alan James Gay, Savannah Aikikai
  • Philippe Gendrault, San Francisco Aikikai
  • James Goeman, Aikido of Austin
  • Roger Gonzalez, Florida Aikikai
  • Donna Grant, Southern Maryland Aikido Center
  • Francesco Grieco, Aikido of Santa Barbara
  • Michael Grover, Sadkane School for Aikido
  • Ivan Guerra, Aikido of Westchester
  • Peter Gundy, Aikido of Westchester
  • John Hadfield, Diamond State Aikido
  • Gordon Hannah, East End Aikikai
  • Eric Hardenorff, Aikido of Northampton
  • Diana Harris, University of Iowa Aikikai
  • Vincent Hauser, Austin Aikikai
  • Daniel Hayes, Chushin Aikikai
  • Katie Haywood, Open Sky Aikikai
  • Victor Hung, Aikido of Colorado
  • George Jensen, Jr., Central Arkansas Aikikai
  • Roderick Johnson, Aikikai of Philadelphia
  • Kim Johnston, NY Eastside Aikikai
  • Edward Kardell, Aikido of the Canyon Lands
  • Dean Karres, Central Illinois Aikikai
  • David Katz, Aikido of Westchester
  • Lenore Irene Killam, Sangamon Aikikai
  • John Kilpatrick, Okolona Aikido
  • Shawn Kim, Plano Aikido Center
  • Amy Kipp, Harvard Aikido Club
  • Scott Korbylo, Aikido of Raritan Valley/Ren Sei Kan
  • Alesia Kunz, San Francisco Aikikai
  • Eiji Kurashige, North Chatham Aiki Club
  • Barry Kushel, Aikido of Nassau County
  • Penny Landschoot, Austin Aikikai
  • Jean Laplante, Aikikai de L’Universite Laval
  • Dennis Lazarte, City Aikido of Los Angeles
  • Garrett Lee, Maru Aikikai South
  • Michael Livingston, Center Island Aikido
  • Michael Lum, Aikido of Houston
  • Lauren Mallas, San Francisco Aikikai
  • John Manderson, Bermuda Aikikai
  • Dale Mankin, El Paso Aikikai
  • Giorgio Mariani, Aikido of Scottsdale
  • Meipo Martin, Capital Hill Aikikai
  • Brenda McLuskie, Water Oak Aikikai
  • Chris Mills, Island Aikido
  • Angela Murphy, Alamo Area Aikido
  • Glenn Murray, Aikido Center of Atlanta
  • James Murray, Suffolk Aikikai
  • Alex Nelson, Two Rivers Aikikai
  • Steve Nelson,  Aikido of Norfolk
  • Jonathan Olson, Aikikai de L’Universite Laval
  • Sandra Parker, Aikido of Prescott
  • Jason Parsons, Kern River Aikikai
  • Charn Pennewaert, Newport Beach Aikikai
  • Jason Pepe, Aikido of Champlain Valley
  • Jason Perna, Old City Aikido
  • Alexander W. Perry, Aikido of Champlain Valley
  • Karen Peterson, Aikido of Northampton
  • Stefan Pisocki, Diamond State Aikido
  • Neil Quigley, Aikido Institute of Newfoundland
  • Michael A. Robinson, Bermuda Aikikai
  • Herman Rodriguez, Lake County Aikikai
  • Kevin Roland,  Northern Virginia Aikikai
  • Dale Roznowski, Aikido of Hernando County
  • Rain Sadkane, The Sadkane School of Aikido
  • Acxel Saravia, Lenape Aikikai
  • Richard Sarris, Long Island Aikikai
  • Garn G. Sherman, Jr., West Georgia Aikikai
  • Edward Shockley, Aikikai of Philadelphia
  • Benjamin Silver, Aikido of Santa Barbara
  • Don Slater, Georgia Southern University Aikido Club
  • Tinka Sloss, Aikido of Santa Barbara
  • Randall Smith, Florida Aikikai
  • Janice Taitel, Aikido Center of Dover
  • Michael Terruso, Vineland Aikikai
  • Rene Villarreal, Aikido of Dallas
  • Jeffrey Vernis, Palm Beach Aikikai
  • Thomas M. Voetsch, Kingston Aikido
  • Christopher Walla, Aikido of Houston
  • Rick Watson, Portland Aikikai
  • Ralph Wemberly,  Aikido of Staten Island
  • Andrew Wood, Open Sky Aikikai
  • Rod Yabut, Southland Aikido
  • Kiyoshi Yasutake, Midwest Aikido Center
  • Yordan Yordanov, Aikido of New Orleans
  • Donald Zdeb, Litchfield Hills Aikikai


USAF Shihan

                    USAF Shihan

(updated 2/1/2018)




  • Yoshimitsu Yamada Shihan, New York Aikikai
  • Akira Tohei Shihan, Midwest Aikido Center, In Memoriam
  • Mitsunari Kanai Shihan, New England Aikikai, In Memoriam
  • Sugano Seiichi Shihan, New York Aikikai, In Memoriam
  • Eddie Hagihara Shihan, Long Island Aikikai
  • Harvey Konigsberg Shihan, Woodstock Aikido
  • Claude Berthiaume Shihan, Aikido de la Montagne
  • Peter Bernath Shihan, Florida Aikikai
  • Donovan Waite Shihan, Aikido of Greater Philadelphia
  • Andy Demko Shihan, New Castle Aikikai
  • Robert Zimmermann Shihan, Toronto Aikikai
  • Mike Abrams Shihan, New York Aikikai
  • Steve Pimsler Shihan, New York Aikikai
  • Robert Workoff Shihan, New York Aikikai
  • Rick Stickles Shihan, Aikido Schools of New Jersey, In Memoriam
  • Hal Lehrman Shihan, Aikido of Park Slope
  • Larry Bieri Shihan, Finger Lakes Aikido
  • Ariff Mehter Shihan, Aikido of Cincinnati
  • David Farrell Shihan, Framingham Aikikai
  • David Halprin Shihan, Framingham Aikikai
  • Linda Lee Vecchio Shihan, Aikido of Cleveland
  • Luqman Abdul Hakeem Shihan, Aikido School of Maghreb
  • George Kennedy Shihan, Aikido Centers of Atlanta
  • Bernard Mulligan Shihan, Shodokan
  • Michael Sheahon Shihan, Greater Hartford Aikikai
  • Henry Smith Shihan, Aikikai of Philadelphia, In Memoriam
  • Richard Stroud Shihan, MIT Aikido Club, In Memoriam
    • 2013:
  • Dermot McDonald Shihan, Aikido Institute of Newfoundland
  • Raymond Farinato Shihan, Aikido of Fairfield County
  • Irvin Faust Shihan, Albany Aikido
  • Douglas Firestone Shihan, Aikido of Westchester
  • Charlie McGinnis Shihan, Aikido of Cincinnati
  • Edward Peteroy Shihan, USAF Academy Aikido Club
  • Joel Posluns Shihan, North Vancouver Aikikai
  • Robert Saad Shihan, Aikido de la Montagne
  • Frank Wong Shihan, Aikido Curacao
    • 2014:
  • T.K. Lee Shihan, Aikido of Houston
  • Larry Levitt Shihan, Valley Aikido
  • Dennis Meno Shihan, Suncoast Aikido
  • Joseph Nemeth Shihan, Aikido of Nassau County
  • Gordon Sakamoto Shihan, Northern Virginia Aikikai
  • Peter Tamagni Shihan, Vinland Aikikai, In Memoriam
  • Darrell Tangman Shihan, Augusta Aikido Club
    • 2015:
  • Penny Bernath Shihan, Florida Aikikai
  • Barbara Britton Shihan, Framingham Aikikai
  • Sioux Hall Shihan, Harvard Aikikai, In Memoriam
  • Yukiko Katagiri Shihan, Cornell Aikido Club
  • Yoko Okamoto Shihan, Portland Aikikai
    • 2016:
  • Nelson Andujar Shihan, Nations Aikido
  • Steven Kaufman Shihan, Open Sky Aikikai
  • Grady Lane Shihan, Brevard Aikikai
  • Daniel Laurendeau Shihan, McGill Aikido
  • Giles Longpre Shihan, McGill Aikido
  • Yousuf Mehter Shihan, Aikido of Central New York
  • Walter Van Enck Shihan, Midwest Aikido Center, In Memoriam
  • Richard Wagener Shihan, Palm Beach Aikikai
    • 2017:
  • Collins Smith Shihan, Bermuda Aikikai
  • Kazuho Nishida Shihan, City Aikido of Los Angeles
    • 2018:
  • Josef Birdsong Shihan, Aikido of Austin
  • David Birt Shihan, Davis Aikikai
  • Glenn Brooks Shihan, Aikido of Scottsdale
  • Donald Dickie Shihan, Ottawa Aikikai
  • Edmund Di Marco Shihan, Lake County Aikikai
  • Chester Griffin Shihan, Long Beach Island Aikikai
  • Eugene Monteleone Shihan, Suffolk Aikikai
  • Laura Jacobs Pavlick Shihan, Litchfield Hills Aikikai
  • Gentil Pennewaert Shihan, Newport Beach Aikikai
  • Gustavos Ramos Shihan, Miami Aikikai
  • Eliot Rifkin Shihan, Miami Aikikai
  • William Xavier Staub Shihan, Waianae Coast Aikido
  • Geraldin Tremblay Shihan, Waianae Coast Aikido
  • Arthur Wise Shihan, Evanston Aikido Center

USAF Shidoin



        USAF Shidoin

(updated 3/15/2018)



Shidoin is certification granted to an instructor who has had yondan for at least 1 year, and is a regularly scheduled instructor at the dojo. It is usually given only to the Chief Instructor, and the appointment of more then one shidoin in a dojo will be reviewed as to its necessity. A Shidoin may test up to and including 1st kyu alone. In order to test a student for shodan and nidan rank, there must be at least 2 Shidoin on the testing committee. Sandan and above must test in front of a Shihan.

In order to apply for Shidoin, the applicant must be recommended by either a Shidoin or Shihan. The purpose of this title is to grant the Chief Instructor of a dojo the ability to test his or her own students and therefore to promote growth within the dojo. It is not a reward, given solely on the basis of rank, and will not be granted for that purpose. This teaching certification will be awarded only on an as needed basis. The status of all applying and renewing shidoin is subject to review by the Technical Committee.

In order to maintain certification, Shidoin must attend one major seminar each year and attend the class for instructors that may be offered at that seminar. In addition, they must attend a second seminar taught by a member of the Technical Committee in the same calendar year.


  • Heidi Albright, Cloud Mountain Aikido
  • Tim Antrim, Southside Aikido Club
  • Tariq Baig, Florida Aikikai
  • James Baker, Aikido of Norfolk
  • Knut Bauer, Central Illinois Aikikai
  • Susanne Beisert, Dairyukai Aikikai
  • Driss Benmoussa, Casablanca Aikikai
  • Thomas Berry, Kyowva Aikikai
  • Calvin Blanchard, Twin Cities Aikido Center
  • Fiona Blyth, Boston Aikikai
  • Paul Buchanan, Dark Corner Aikido Club
  • Luis Cataldi, Raleigh Aikikai
  • Dolita Cathcart, Harvard Aikikai
  • Skip Chapman, Jersey Shore Aikikai
  • Fabio Chirinos, Aikido de la Montagne
  • Anthony Chong, Aikido Curacao
  • Christopher Clark, Portland Aikido
  • James Constable, Lunenburg Aikikai
  • Christopher Crandall, Raleigh Aikikai
  • Robert Crowell, Knoxville Aikikai
  • Jesus Delgado-Arias, Miami Aikikai
  • Jean-Rene David, Aikido de la Montagne
  • Andrew L. Demko, New Castle Aikikai
  • Patricia W. Demko, New Castle Aikikai
  • Karen De Paola, Skylands Aikikai
  • Liz Dinowitz, Monadnock Aikikai
  • Maria Cristina Dumlao, Gold Coast Aikikai
  • Byron Eddy, Litchfield Hills Aikikai
  • Dana Egan,  New York Aikikai
  • Brian Ericksen, Heaven and Earth Aikido
  • Anthony Fiore, Aikido of Chester County
  • Sylvie Firestone, Aikido of Westchester
  • Paul Forhan, Aikido of El Paso
  • Julia Freedgood, Valley Aikido
  • Richard Gibbs, Aikido of Houston
  • Paul Glavine, Aikido Institute of Newfoundland
  • Larry Graham, Kansas City Aikido School
  • Malory Graham, Puget Sound Aikikai
  • Darrell Grant, Southern Maryland Aikido Center
  • James Graves, Southland Aikido
  • Vu Xuan Ha, Boston Aikikai
  • Patrick Hardesty, Kentuckiana Aikikai
  • Alicia Hardesty-Cordero, Kentuckiana Aikikai
  • Motier Haskins, Fairfield Iowa Aikikai
  • Jack Hayes, Thiel Aikikai
  • George Hemmings, St. Ives Aiki Dojo
  • Emmanuel Herzog, Florida Aikikai
  • Kali Hewitt-Blackie, Regent Park Community Aikido
  • Jeff Hilland, Aikido of Houston
  • Colleen Hogan, Aikido Institute of Newfoundland
  • Watu Wadada Brent James, Aikido Center of Atlanta
  • Damir Jamsek, Austin Aikikai
  • Stephen Jesberger, Mohawk Valley Aikido
  • Frank Johnson, Aikido of Nassau County
  • Ayal Joshua, Miami Aikikai
  • James Kahn,  New York Aikikai
  • Sharon Kanai, New England Aikikai
  • Claire Keller, New York Aikikai
  • Spiros Koyanis, Two Rivers Aikikai
  • Salvatore LaCorte, North Coast Aikikai
  • Joshua Layton, Monteregie Aikikai
  • Rock Lazo, Kenosha Aikikai
  • Matthias Lynch, Glen Ellyn Aikido Club
  • Dennis Main, Aikido of Charlotte
  • Paul Manogue, Aikido of Raritan Valley/Ren Sei Kan
  • Lynn Marshall, Two Rivers Aikikai
  • Michael Martin, Capitol Hill Aikikai
  • Todd Martin, Aikido of Northampton
  • Robert Mason, Aikido of Dallas
  • Wayne Massey, El Paso Aikikai
  • Matthew May, Midwest Aikido Center
  • William McLuskie, Water Oak Aikikai
  • Michael McNally, Hoboken Aikikai
  • Karen Meno, Suncoast Aikido
  • Thomas Milucci, Aikido of Fairfield County
  • Brian Mizerak, Woodstock Aikido
  • Deborah Monteleone, Suffolk Aikikai
  • Lynne Morrison, Florida Aikikai
  • Richard Morrison, Center Island Aikido
  • Noel Murphy, Alamo Area Aikikai
  • Junya Nakatsugawa,  New York Aikikai
  • Masako Nakatsugawa, Syracuse Aikido Club
  • Richard Nardi, Aikido Center of Atlanta
  • Wassim Nehme, Myoho Aikido Vermont
  • Eugene Nelson, Florida Aikikai
  • Cong Nguyen, Summit View Aikido
  • David Norton, Pax River Aikikai
  • John O’Connor, Long Island Aikikai
  • Larry Ozenberger, Aikido of New Orleans
  • Daniel Palmer, Asheville Aikikai
  • Anthea Pascaris, Notting Hill Aikikai
  • Michael Patino, Florida Aikikai
  • Arturo Peal, Aikido of Santa Barbara
  • Adam Pilipshen, Long Island Aikikai
  • Ismael Rangel, Aikido of Austin
  • Jonathan Reid, Aikido of Central New York
  • Saul Rosenberg, Long Island Aikikai
  • David Ross, Aiki Muenster
  • Herve Rouxel, Palm Beach Aikikai
  • Youssef Sadkane, The Sadkane School for Aikido
  • Samuel Santiago, Aikido Chiheisen
  • Edward Schechtman, Suffolk Institute of Eastern Studies
  • Dee Seabolt, Aikido Center of Jacksonville
  • James Shaffer, Long Beach Island Aikikai
  • Sidney Shiba, Aikido of Plano
  • Jeffrey Shimonski, Florida Aikikai
  • James Sinnott, Aikido Institute of Newfoundland
  • Gail Harold Skinner, Aikido of the Canyonlands
  • Jose Soriano, PAPA Aikido USA
  • James Soviero, Aikido of Red Bank
  • Edwin Sterns, Aikido Center of Atlanta
  • Marilyn St John, Woodstock Aikido
  • Blue Spruell, Peachtree Aikikai Atlanta
  • Jay Stallman, Peachtree Aikikai Atlanta
  • Kevin Templer, Aikido of San Antonio
  • Jayne Thompson, Thiel Aikikai
  • John E. Thompson, Aikido of Denton
  • Javier Vazquez, San Juan Aikikai
  • Bonnie Veysey, Harvard Aikikai
  • Alex Vieira, Skylands Aikikai
  • Robert Ward, Aikido of Prescott
  • Jonathan Weiner, Aikido of Charlotte
  • Naomi Wentworth, Midwest Aikido Center
  • Robert Whelan, Shodokan
  • Robert Wilcox, Kingston Aikido
  • Edward Williams, Vineland Aikikai
  • Christine Wong, Aikido of Santa Barbara
  • Gordon Wormser, Aikido of Park Slope
  • Donald Wyckoff, Asheville Aikikai
  • Ken Yamazaki, NY Eastside Aikikai
  • Jerry Zimmerman, Aikido of North Jersey


Summer Camp Photos Are Now Available

We are pleased to announce that the USAF Summer Camp album is now available for viewing.  We are deeply grateful to Jaime Kahn, whose amazing talent has provided a permanent collection of  images which so beautifully capture the camp experience.  All photos are available for purchase.  Please proceed to the Recent link at to view the beginning of the new USAF archives.

In Memory of Nick Kraus Sensei, Vicksburg Aikikai

We are sorry to announce the passing of Nick Kraus Sensei, Godan. Kraus Sensei touched the lives of many people in his years of aikido and here is one written by Ray Farinato, Aikido of Fairfield County:

Practicing aikido brings us into contact with many wonderful people, some who we may have missed because they did not draw attention to themselves. Recently the aikido community lost one of its ‘good guys’ and a very dear friend to me. I’d like to offer this small remembrance of my sempai Nick Kraus, who at the time of his passing was the former dojo cho and founder of Vicksburg Aikikai in Vicksburg, Mississippi where lived with his dear wife Kinu.

I had the pleasure of coming under Nick’s wing in the late 1970’s while training at Hombu dojo in Shinjuku. He had been living and training in Japan since the mid 1970’s and well understood my plight of making my way through Japanese culture and negotiating the right mix of aikido training, professional development and simply enjoying life. Nick not only introduced me (and Mike Sheahon) to special training with sensei Seijuro Masuda, but he helped me get a job with the engineering firm where he was employed. It turned out that we had several interests in common and he welcomed me with his characteristic enthusiasm into all of those corners of his life.

After a year in Japan I returned to the US, Nick and Kinu remained in Japan for several years, and we had only occasional communication. He had to cease aikido training due to his physical situation, and recast his unflinching effort into weapons training and his professional life as a costal engineer. Twenty years later we reconnected and unsurprisingly Nick had made significant positive contributions in both those facets of his life. He was lauded by his academic colleagues for his contributions in coastal research and engineering, and grew a dedicated group of martial artists in his hometown, where he established Vicksburg Aikikai. Both of those communities benefited greatly from the life he breathed into them.

Nick brought a spirit of budo to everything he did. He was fearless about challenging people to consider whether what they were doing made sense. This guiding principle, which he applied to himself even more so than to others, honed the spirits of those people who were willing to hang on for the ride and rise to the challenge. He always gave me good advice since I knew he had my best interests at heart. I cherish the strength of his committed and kind personality, and will miss him dearly.

New England Aikikai’s Seminar June 2011

Students from New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Canada, of course Massachusetts, and even Florida, were in attendance at the June 11 & 12 weekend seminar at New England Aikikai.  The mat was full of energy and excitement with intensive training and focus on the powerful, dynamic, and beautiful world-class Aikido of Donovan Waite Shihan…instruction delivered with the love, warmth, patience, and kindness as embodied in the spirit of Aikido!

View the album of seminar photos

The Georgia Southern University Aikido Club Seminar April 2011

On Saturday, 16 April 2011 Darrell Tangman, Rokudan, and Lamar Sanders, GoDan, conducted a seminar and a promotional exam for the members of the Georgia Southern University Aikido Club.  Seven students earned promotion.  Two guests from the Aikido Center of Savannah and one guest from the Augusta Aikido Club also attended.

The Georgia Southern University Aikido Club trains on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM and on Saturdays from 10:00 AM to Noon.  Any Aikidoka visiting the area are welcome to train with the Georgia Southern University Aikido Club.  Please contact the instructor for arrangements: .

Thank you for attending Summer Camp 2011

Dear Camp Participants,

I have just returned from France and Germany, which finally ends my long summer of traveling and teaching seminars.  One of the highlights of my summer was being at our camp, seeing everyone training hard and then enjoying the hotel pools and hot tub, as well as the relaxing social time around dinner and throughout the evenings.

I would like to thank you for attending our 2011 USAF Summer Camp. Your presence helped to make this year’s camp a wonderful experience for everyone involved. As you know, Osawa Sensei has agreed to be our guest instructor again next year along with our USAF Shihan and featured Shidoin.  We are in the process of planning next year’s camp and as soon as we have all the details, we will announce them so that you will have plenty of time to plan for 2012.  I am looking forward to seeing all of you again next year.

With sincere thanks,

Yamada Sensei

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