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South Austin Aikido

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South Austin Aikido offers instruction to students from beginner to advanced levels. This organization sees aikido as more than just a system of defense, and does not train simply to defeat opponents. Instead, they train students to understand themselves, to improve their response to adversity, and to grow through their practice. Beginners and new faces are always welcome. The progress of each individual student is nurtured and celebrated by everyone at the dojo.

South Austin Aikido is an affiliate of the Aikido Shimbokukai under the Direction of Lisa Tomoleoni Sensei. Aikido Shimbokukai is affiliated with World Aikido Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.

“Aikido is not an art to fight with enemies and defeat them. It is a way to lead all human beings to live in harmony with one another, as though everyone was part of one family.” = Morihei Ueshiba, Founder of Aikido

Resources: Sports Opportunity
Area served:Austin
Location:1701 West Ben White Boulevard, Austin, TX 78745, USA

South Austin Aikido

1701 West Ben White Boulevard, Austin, TX 78745, USA

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