Come see us at the Japanese Festival!
It takes place on Saturday, January 18th at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center.
We’ll be doing a demo at 12:45 in the Martial Arts Garden.
* Peaceful, collaborative environment – come in stressed; leave happy, centered and balanced
* Challenge – Aikido is practiced, not mastered
* Family Activity – bring the kids (ages 6-12; Teens class, too)
* Supportive community – connect with others and learn connection with others
* Safe space – face and conquer insecurities and fears and become grounded, calm and confident
* Laboratory – practice effective physical and verbal conflict resolution techniques
Schedule of Classes
Thursday-5:30-6:30 pm (aiki ken and aiki jo)
Second and fourth Thursdays advanced weapons/aikido principles
Saturdays–8-9am (open mat)
First and third Sundays-9:00-10:30 am-advanced class/aikido in motion
Judith Robinson, 6th dan
Sensei Judith Robinson has thirty years of experience in the martial arts. She is a student of Hans Goto Shihan, who was an uchideshi at Iwama, Japan, training under Morihiro Saito Shihan, 9th dan. She has also trained with Mitsugi Saotome Shihan, Bill Witt Shihan, Frank Doran Sensei, John Stevens Sensei, and Hiroshi Ikeda Sensei. She holds a sixth-degree black belt in Aikido, a first-degree black belt in Karate and has also studied Wing Chun and Tai Chi. She is a graduate of the Model Mugging Program with certification in both single attacker and weapons disarm. She is a retired protection agent and member of local R.E.D.