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    Campbell River Seminar with Scott MacPhail & Peter Helmer Senseis

    Saturday April 25th & Sunday 26th in Campbell River

    Scott MacPhail Sensei will be teaching the the Seminar.

    Peter Helmer Sensei will teach the warm-up class on Saturday, and he is teaching the weapons class on Sunday.

     

    Kids are welcome to attend if their instructors feel they are ready. Younger children (10 & under) are welcome to attend the first class each day, older kids may participate in as much of the seminar as their instructors feel they are capable of.

     

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    10:00 am Registration
    10:30 am – 11:10 am Warm Up Class
    11:15 am – 12:15 pm Class 1
    Lunch Break
    1:15 pm– 2:15 pm Class 2
    2:20 pm – 3:20 pm Class 3
    3:30 pm Kyu Grading

     

    Sunday

    10:00 am – 11:15 am Class 1
    11:30 am – 12:45 am Class 2 (Weapons)

     

    Fees:

    Working Adults Non-Working/ Students
    Saturday $45 $30
    Sunday $25 $20
    Both Days $60 $40

    Kids 10 & under    $10 for 1 day or $15 for both.

    Location:

    The Seminar will be held at the Campbell River Judo Club at 450B Merecroft Rd.

    It is behind the Campbell River Youth Soccer Association & across the street from Christian Life Fellowship. Links to Maps & street-view image of the dojo:

    https://www.google.ca/maps/@49.9988677,-125.244694,17z?hl=en

    https://goo.gl/maps/rgDbw

    https://goo.gl/maps/Uz7Mr

     

    There will be a pot-luck dinner / social gathering to follow, details will be provided at the seminar.

     

    Accommodations:

    Comfort Inn: $102/night based on up to 4 people per room (2 queen beds). $10 extra per person beyond 4. (brand new – opens about 3 weeks before the seminar)

    comfortinncampbellriver.com

     

    Best Western: $98/night based on 4 occupants.

    bwcampbellriver.com

     

    Billets can also be made available, with enough notice, to those who need them. Please contact Mike at 250-204-2177.

     

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    Aikido Seminar and Demonstrations by Senior Instructors

    Saturday May 2, 2015

    To honour the Founder of Aikido: Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969)

    Jericho Hill Gym, 4196 West 4th Ave. Vancouver, BC.

    From 3:30 to 5pm Instructors (2nd to 7th degree black belts) from various Aikido clubs in B.C. will demonstrate their art reflecting their 15 to 50 years of training and teaching.

     

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    The Demonstration is open to the public and there is no fee for spectators.

    It will be at the Jericho Hill Gym, 4196 West 4th Ave. Vancouver, BC.

    Free parking available.

     

     

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    Ishu Ishiyama, 7 dan Shihan will conduct the training seminar of 3 classes at the Jericho Hill Gym, 4196
    West 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC
    Registration starts at 11:30 Classes at 12:30, 1:30 and 2:30 pm
    Children welcome to join the 2:30 class

     

    Fees for participants:

    Full seminar: $30, $20 students or $15 per class,
    children $5

     

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    Seminar with Ishiyama Shihan, 7th Dan

    April 18th, 2015 – University of Victoria

    Victoria Aikikai is pleased to invite you to a one day seminar with Ishiyama Shihan, 7th Dan, to be held at the University of Victoria on April 18th.

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    Location:

    Dance Studio (note the change), McKinnon Gym building, Victoria, BC

    Date:

    Saturday, April 18th

    11:00 – 12:00    1st  Class

    12:15 – 1:15     2nd Class

    1:30 – 2:30       3rd Class

    2:45 –  Testing

    Fees:

    Seminar: $35.00  ($25.00 for students)
    Per class:$12.00 ($10.00 for students)

    Seminar info:

    250-477-4899

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    James Paul Martin Memorial Grant and Annual Seminar

    swirlSaturday, April 18, 2015 – North Vancouver Aikikai

    Paul Martin Sensei, a previous president of BCAF and a senior member of the British Columbia and Canadian Aikido community passed away August 25, 2012.

     

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    Paul greatly influenced many students and to honor the his memory East Van Aikikai, with the blessing and support of Paul’s family and close friends, has established The James Paul Martin Memorial Grant and Annual Seminar.

     

    The grant will go to the art therapy program at Admiral Seymour Elementary School in the downtown eastside of Vancouver. Paul greatly enjoyed drawing and cartooning; it was a therapeutic, creative outlet for him, and this annual grant will allow Paul’s legacy to live on for generations of deserving children.

     

    The following story ran in the Vancouver Sun on December 23rd and provides background for what we hope to accomplish.

     

    In support of this initiative, Joel Posluns of North Vancouver Aikikai,121
    East 1st Street, will host the 1st annual seminar at their dojo to help raise funds for the grant.

    Date:

    Saturday, April 18, 2015

    Times:

    Noon- 1pm
    1:15pm – 2:15pm
    2:30pm – 3:30pm

    Fee:

    $30 for whole seminar
    $12 a class.

    Instructor:

    Tony Hind, 6th dan

    Location:

    North Vancouver Aikikai,
    121 East 1st Street
    North Vancouver

     

    The more we raise will allow us to offer more support to the program and help more children. To that effect, we encourage dojos and members across Canada who are unable to attend and wish to contribute to hold their own event in Paul’s memory or simply contribute.

     

    Please send contributions by May 15th to:

    Seymour Elementary School
    c/o Nathalie Patel
    #20-1110 Odlum Drive
    Vancouver, B.C.
    V5L 3L7

     

    The funds raised will be presented to Admiral Seymour School on May 29th.
    We will announce the amount and contributor’s names by email at that time.
    The principal of the school is very appreciative and has assured us that 100% of the grant money will be put towards the art therapy program. He has invited us to come by anytime to visit and observe the program.

     

    Paul would have been very happy to have seen these vulnerable students, many of whom are dealing with mental health issues, receive this kind of care and help. Regardless of dojo location or organization affiliation, this is an excellent opportunity for members of the Canadian Aikido community to join together and use our collective strength to contribute to this excellent cause.

     

    Sincerely,

    Tony Hind,
    East Van Aikikai
    tony@aikikai.ca

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