Philosophy and movement intertwine beautifully in Aikido Arts. Learn Aikido step by step and understand the goal of relaxed and aligned power. A practitioner of Aikido carefully implements Aikido techniques & moves by using basic principles of freestyle practice. Implementing Aikido techniques & moves with many different people brings up many different experiences. The Aikido arts develop physical, emotional, and spiritual balance. To respond without hesitation, one must continually develop mental, emotional, spiritual and physical control.
By learning Aikido Arts you will be able to move without resistance, however redirecting the force of an attack does not imply weakness but rather adaptation. To not resist one’s partner in his/her movements reduces the chances of taking the hit or sustaining injury. Not resisting one’s self is another level of awareness that Aikido provides. Resisting one's own actions takes power away from the potential of the individual. While you learn Aikido on a martial arts level, moving without resistance allows things to happen much faster with less strain and less energy, enhancing fitness and endurance by not wearing oneself out.
Aikido is a martial art transmitted in a noncompetitive manner. Aikido is not about one student exerting dominance over another or withholding valuable information as a power play. Aikido martial arts
practitioners participate in the training of partners so that all can train more effectively. If everyone helps everyone get better, then everyone gets better!
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