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Author: Nathan Augeard

Leo Tamaki will be coming to Glasgow the first weekend of February, for his first seminar in the whole UK! He will deliver almost 8 hours of seminar over the week-end, a perfect opportunity to study with the founder of the Kishinkai.   Everyone welcome! Open to all ages, styles or practices.   To pre-register and get the best price, contact me.   Trust me, this is a unique opportunity to make the most of! :)     Hours: 4th of February: 10-12.30 & 15-17.30 5th of February: 10-12.30   Address: Gracie Barra 40 Broomielaw, G1 4QN Glasgow   Fee: Pre-registration               On the day Full seminar: £50                          £60 2 classes:         £35                         £40 1 class:             £20                         £25   Contact me for pre-registration: Website: Email: Phone: 07845479574 Facebook page: @glasgowaikido   See you then!...

  Interview of Hino Akira, “Wakayama’s tengu” – by Leo Tamaki   Wakayama’s mountains, located east of Tokyo, have always been considered as a spiritual place. There, one can find the many temples of Mount Koya, the sacred waterfall of Nachi as well as dozens of sanctuaries. And this is where Ueshiba Morihei, founder of Aikido, was born. It is also the place where Hino Akira, one of the greatest contemporary martial art master, built his house and school, the Hino Budo Institute. Hino sensei is coming straight out of a novel. He grew up in Osaka’s suburbs where he quickly witnessed – and sometimes involuntarily played a role in – violent brawls. As a teenager, he followed a path towards music – that indirectly lead him to the way of martial arts. He has authored several books and videos, and so today his voice is heard beyond the martial world’s boundaries. Nowadays, Olympic medallists, kick-boxing and free-fight champions, professional football and rugby players as well as dancers, actors and therapists come to study with Hino sensei the efficient use of the body according to Budo’s principles. Meet a master of exception.   [caption id="attachment_16106" align="aligncenter" width="685"] Hino Akira Sensei[/caption]   Sensei, when did you begin martial arts? I was...