Aikido III

Calm confidence and grace emerge naturally with the continued and consistent study of aikido movement. Bodies and concentration strengthen. One becomes more comfortable with the "confusion," the unknowing that precedes knowing. Becoming more relaxed under pressure, speed, complexity, simplicity, and open-heartedness begin to enter the martial engagements. One begins to understand how practice might become a lifetime commitment. Bokken and tanto kata are added to intensify the empty hand practice. Readings, reflective writing, and attending seminars are required to further the student's development. Prerequisite: TRA210. Cross-listed as TRA550.
Course Number: TRA310
Units: 3.0
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