Aikido of Monterey

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Aikido of Monterey
Aikido of Monterey is listed in the Martial Arts Instruction category in Monterey, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Aikido of Monterey which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Aikido of Monterey on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

Contact information for Aikido of Monterey is:
1251 10th St
Monterey, CA 93940
(831) 375-8106
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Aikido of Monterey shared TED-Ed's video.
How to practice effectively ... for just about anything:

Aikido of Monterey shared Aikido Journal's photo.
Very sad news. Stan Pranin was the original founder of Aikido of Monterey in 1973. Among those who first studied aikido with Stan at Aikido of Monterey, and who are still training today, are Danielle Smith, Dennis Evans, Pat Hendricks, Tom Gambell, and William Gray.
Stanley Pranin July 24, 1945 - March 7, 2017 We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Stanley Pranin Sensei. As many of you know, Stanley Pranin was diagnosed with late-stage stomach cancer in January. Without a viable Western medicine solution, Stan sought out alternative medicine treatments. Since that decision was made, Stan fought hard with great determination and a positive spirit. I was able to visit him twice at his home in Las Vegas in February and was happy to see that he was well taken care of by his family and his roommate and friend. Stan shared many stories with me at that time and although in a weakened state, he still projected positivity and endless enthusiasm for the world of aikido. Despite Stan’s determined efforts, he was unable to regain strength and vitality. He ended his life’s journey surrounded by family at home in a comfortable atmosphere. It deeply saddens me to bring this news to the aikido community. However, I’m also happy to let the community know that the financial and moral support given to Stan through his fundraising campaign brought him immeasurable comfort and joy. He was truly amazed and humbled to see so many rally behind him. When Stan began to lose vitality, he asked me to do what I could to keep Aikido Journal active while he focused on his recovery. We'll have more information on the future of Aikido Journal in the coming weeks, but now is a time to pay respects to Pranin Sensei and reflect on his legacy and contributions to the aikido world. We will be be posting a series of his articles and videos on Aikido Journal over the coming days. If you have a story about Stan you'd like to share, please leave a comment on this post or if you have something more in depth you'd like to share, send me a direct message with the details and we'll find a way to share it with the community. (If I'm not connected to you on Facebook, just send a private message on Ikazuchi Dojo's Facebook page.) Thank you for your continued support. Please go practice some aikido this week. It would make Stan happy to know that you did so. Sincerely, Josh Gold

Aikido of Monterey shared Da urlo's video.
We teach this rolling exercise in the Aiki Kids classes! They automatically do the 'jumping cat' :-)
Come un bambino!

Aikido of Monterey shared Aikibojitsu of Monterey's post.
Congratulations to Eric Wang on his promotion to 3rd kyu!

Aikido of Monterey shared California Aikido Association's video.
Celebrating the Kagami Biraki promotions of Robert Nadeau Sensei and Frank Doran Sensei to the rank of 8th Dan!