Aikido Of Maine

Aikido Of Maine
Aikido Of Maine is listed in the Martial Arts Supplies & Equipment category in Portland, Maine. Displayed below are the social networks for Aikido Of Maine which include a Facebook page and a Google Plus page. The activity and popularity of Aikido Of Maine on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

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226 Anderson St
Portland, ME 04101
(207) 879-9207

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Aikido Of Maine has an overall ZapScore of 84. This means that Aikido Of Maine has a higher ZapScore than 84% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Portland, Maine is 36 and in the Martial Arts Supplies & Equipment category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Aikido of Maine added 3 new photos — at Aikido Shobukan Dojo.
In April I was sitting with Jim Alverez and Saotome sensei after class. Saotome Sensei was speaking about patience (Nintai) as it relates to the warriors path. I recent asked Josh Drackman for his take on the kanji. I am sharing it below as it really clarifies what sensei tried his best to convey in English. NINTAI "The compound nintai is often translated as patience, or bearing up under the blade (katana). It can mean endure. More deeply it is the heart of the samurai who can protect and enter into an opponent -- at the highest level without drawing a sword. "The first character on its own is shinobu which also means endure or hold yourself in place in the face of danger or a challenge. Therefore, perservere. The second is taeru which can also means to hold your ground or persist. The kammuri or top radical of shinobu is actually the kanji for kiru or "to cut". It's what katana or sword becomes when you add the additional small crossing slash to the character. So it is probably better to say enduring under the cutting blade which makes it more dynamic and in the present." Josh Drackman

Aikido of Maine shared Aikido Chuseikan of Tampa Bay's post.
Here is a nice skill building exercise for forward rolls.
We've posted a video showing the requirements demonstrated for the Forward Ukemi skill tree, levels 1-4. It's a work in progress, we'll add the other levels in the near future. Until then, there are links to examples for all the levels on the Skill Tree page on the website.
A demonstration of the requirements for levels 1-4 of the forward ukemi (rolls and breakfalls) skill tree. The ASU Aikido Chuseikan of Tampa Bay dojo is affi...

Aikido of Maine shared SHIN GI TAI - Associação de Aikido's video.
Ikkyo ukemi explained well.
Stéphane Goffin Sensei - Balaton 2017 Video by Alan Guerzi