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This category is for sites related to the Aikikai style of Aikido.
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Also known as Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido (Aikido with Mind and Body Coordinated). Founded by Koichi Tohei after the death of O Sensei. Among Tohei Sensei's vehicles to achieve coordination of mind and body are: - Ki Testing - Oneness Rhythm Taiso (set of movement exercises set to music that enable anyone to learn mind and body unification) - Taigi (mind and Body unification through the performance of a series of Ki-Aikido techniques) - Ki Breathing (method to develop the mind and body coordination through breathing) - and Kiatsu-ho (massage therapy based on the principles of mind and body coordination)

This category is for English language sites that deal only with Aikido publications. If your site covers other aspects of Aikido, please submit to Sports: Martial Arts: Jujutsu: Aikido.


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Print and on-line publications relating to Aikido, Aikijutsu and Budo in general
This category is for Aikido organizations and not for shopping, newsletters or other sites. Inappropriate sites will be rejected.
There are various organizations within the Aikido community. Each has a different focus and mission. This category lists those sites.
This category contains sites about Aikido that are primarily personal and subjective in nature, and not affiliated in any official manner with a club, organization or competition.

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This category is designated for places of Aikido instruction worldwide. Eventually, we hope to expand this list so that users will be able to find instruction wherever they are. Submissions are always welcome.

Websites in this category must be in English. Sites exclusively in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate World category. Bilingual sites may be listed in both categories.

This category is for English language sites that deal only with Tomiki Style Aikido organizations. If your site covers more than one style, please submit to Sports: Martial Arts: Jujutsu: Aikido: Organizations.


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Founded by Kenji Tomiki, and early student of O Sensei and of Judo founder Jigoro Kano. Tomiki Sensei believed that a "rationalization" of Aikido training, along the lines that Kano Sensei followed for Judo would make it more easily taught, particularly at the Japanese Universities. In addition, he believed that introducing an element of competition would serve to sharpen and focus the practice since it was no longer tested in real combat. Tomiki-ryu is characterized by using Kata (prearranged forms) in teaching and by holding competitions, both empty handed and with a rubber knife.
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