Vancouver West Aikikai: $25 for Aikido Classes. Three Options Available (Up to 51% Off)

Vancouver West Aikikai

Today’s Groupon Vancouver Daily Deal of the Day: Vancouver West Aikikai: $25 for Aikido Classes. Three Options Available (Up to 51% Off)

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With today’s Groupon great deal to Vancouver West Aikikai, for only $25, you can get Aikido Classes. Three Options Available! That’s a saving of 50% Off! You may buy 1 voucher for yourself and 1 as gifts & the Promotional value expires Jan 17, 2017.

Choose from Three Options:

  • C$25 for six introduction classes for one (C$50 value)
  • C$49 for six introduction classes for two (C$100 value)
  • C$35 for one-month adult pass (C$70 value)

This is a limited time offer while quantities last so don’t miss out!

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In a Nutshell
Students practice Aikido techniques while instructors guide them and emphasize the importance of resolving conflicts peacefully

The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 17, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Younger than 18 must have guardian-signed waiver. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Not valid for clients active within the past 6 month(s) Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Vancouver West Aikikai
4196 West 4th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6R 4J5

Aikido: Fighting in Harmony
The style of fighting at this martial-arts studio isn’t really fighting at all. Read on to learn more about the peaceful philosophy behind aikido, which aims to develop awareness and mindfulness.

If trophies and medals are their only goals, then students will gain little from aikido instruction. If they seek greater harmony with the world around them, though, then aikido is their path. Composed of three Japanese characters—ai meaning harmony, ki meaning spirit or energy, and do meaning the way—the word aikido translates to “the way of unifying life energy,” and the martial art embodies this definition. The aikidoist attempts to harmonize with rather than confront an attacker’s movement—in other words, the preservation of the attacker is equally important as one’s own self-defense. The aikidoist learns how to take an aggressive line of force and convert it into a circular motion, applying wristlocks and throws that neutralize attackers without causing them to fall off any dangerous cliffs.

Morihei Ueshiba, known as O-Sensei to his followers, created aikido in the early 20th century as a response to his training in judo, kendo, and jujitsu. He felt spiritual unrest in arts that were based on victory over others and ended up developing a completely different discipline. Aikido training continues to embody O-Sensei’s vision of aikido as a pure martial art. There are no competitive tournaments, so aikido is not considered a sport, and dojos focus on cooperative training rather than endless sparring so that students are able to better themselves without belittling or causing injury to others.

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