Join us for our annual winter seminar with Clyde Takeguchi Shihan. On the mat, Clyde Sensei warms up our Aikido being - body and soul - with his dynamic and inspirational instruction. Everyone leaves his classes with a smile. Clyde Sensei creates a fun and positive learning environment to help us refine our practice.
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For more than forty years, Mary Heiny Sensei has followed a path of physical and spiritual inspiration as a student and teacher of Aikido. She started this journey in 1965 after watching O'Sensei teach a class at Hombu Dojo in Tokyo, Japan. The effect of this first encounter has inspired her through long hours of training and study.
Aikido Shugyo Dojo invites you to join us for our annual winter seminar with Clyde Takeguchi Shihan. Clyde Sensei was Fran Sensei’s teacher during her stay in Washington, DC. He is a wonderful person and an inspiring Aikido teacher. The February blahs won’t catch up to you. Clyde Sensei’s dynamic and inspirational Aikido instruction will get you smiling on the mat and off.
Clyde Takeguchi Shihan is the founder and director of Capital Aikikai. Takeguchi Sensei is a shichidan — a seventh degree black belt — and a Hombu-certified shihan instructor. He began his study of aikido in 1958 in his native Hawaii. In addition to founding Capital Aikikai in 1973, Takeguchi sensei founded the aikido clubs in Madison, WI, and Charleston, SC. He has taught aikido at the police departments in Honolulu and Madison, as well as at the US Customs Academy in Washington, DC.