The homepage of the Oregon Graduate Institute Aikido Club . We are the Jinshinkan Dojo of the Aikido Association of America)
Aikido Association of America home page. AAA's dojos are listed here; I hope you can find one near you.
If not, Aikido Today Magazine maintains a wider directory of aikido schools.
The University of Texas Aikido Club's site is a good gateway to a lot of aikido sites and material.
The Conscious Manager's Reader Dialog Page includes questions and answers about aikido practice.
This photo of Morihei Ueshiba O-Sensei, or one like it, appears in
Koichi Tohei Sensei kindly responds to earnest questions from my
and me, in Chicago, 1975. I later studied under Tohei Sensei in Tokyo.
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Tohei Sensei at a public demonstration in Shinjuku, New Year 1976.
is showing that it is easy to teach a child to exercise the power of ki.
(Photo by author.)
Senseis Bill Lee and Jon Takagi in front of my parents' house in
1975. Back to top.
The late Jon Takagi's little adobe dojo in downtown Phoenix. (Photo by the author.)
Sensei, Armando Flores and Wynn Lee at the University of Texas.
Austin, probably 1976. (Photo by
the author.) Back to top.
A walking ad for the Austin Aikido Club, c.1976. Who could resist?
and I have been married since '79. (Photo by the author.)
Some stalwarts of the Ki No Kenkyukai headquarters dojo in
Tokyo, 1976. Back to top.
Aikijutsu class under the geodesic at Aspen Academy of Martial Art,
1977. (Photo by the author.)
Yours truly performing jiujinage, around 1988. The
uke is Dan Rabinovitsj. (Photo by Margaret Schell.)
Several of Jinshinkan Dojo's faithful core (L to R): Sergey Zaderey, Don Neuhengen, Andrea Pavlick, Robert Rios, Scott Prahl, Fred Phillips, Alex Nelson, Alex Kotov. At the Cornelius Pass Roadhouse, Hillsboro, Oregon, 1999.