Aikido

Sensei Larry Gravett is a 4th degree black belt, who has been teaching the martial art of Kokikai AIKIDO for the past 15 years.  AIKIDO is a unique self-defense martial art that does not require physical strength but teaches the practitioner how to use an attacker’s momentum to their advantage.  Our Motto is “Minimum Effort, Maximum Effect.” 

AIKIDO doesn’t advocate fighting so the purpose of practice is to help one another learn and become proficient with self-defense techniques without competing.  Practice also promotes good health and teaches mind and body coordination.

You will learn how to relax at all times, especially during times of stress.  AIKIDO is designed to be practiced in daily life.  Since there is stress in daily life, AIKIDO teaches you how to manage stress and conflict through breathing techniques and conflict resolution.  Beginning June 3RD classes will be held from

7:15pm-8:15pm  Monday and Wednesday

ADULTS OF ALL AGES ARE WELCOME  FREE INTRODUCTORY CLASS OFFERED

 

 ATTENTIOM: Classes have not resumed yet. We will have an update as soon as we receive any info.

CONTACT: LARRY GRAVETT(lgravett@nycap.rr.com)


                            **NOTE  Saturday classes will not be held in August but will resume in September