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  •   Leo Tamaki in Glasgow – March 3 & 4   Leo Tamaki will be coming back to Glasgow on the 3rd and 4th of March. He will deliver his second seminar in the UK, a great opportunity to ...

  •   Aikido, the courage to test one’s hypotheses – by Leo Tamaki   I have always considered Budos[1] to be more than Bujutsus[2], that their ethical dimension should never put aside technical ...

  • ­   Budo, learning and transmission: from active student to owning one own’s progress – by Alexandre Grzegorczyk   Transmission is an inherent part of the human social construct. The questio...

  •   Tanguy Le Vourc’h in Glasgow, October 21st   Tanguy Le Vourc’h will be coming to Glasgow on the 21st of October, for his first seminar in the whole UK! He will deliver a full d...

  • Koryu Bujutsu: The origin of Budos, from survival to the school of life – by Alexandre Grzegorczyk   War has always been an influence upon nations. Throughout the centuries, wars and confli...

  •   Interview of Kuroda Tetsuzan, inheriting tradition – by Leo Tamaki   Kuroda Tetsuzan is one of the greatest current martial art masters. When he was 20 years old, he became the youngest practit...

  • Giving to receive: uke, a cornerstone of the learning process – by Alexandre Grzegorczyk   It is commonly admitted that a whole life of practice is necessary to understand the essence of budo. Th...

  •   Learning to learn Aikido (and other martial arts…) – by Leo Tamaki   The shu, ha and ri steps in the learning process of martial traditions are well known. To simplify, shu corresponds to ...

  • Challenging the Uke-Tori relationship in Aikido – By Tanguy Le Vourc’h   Since beginning Aikido, I have had the chance to meet a number of Aikido, Budo and Bujutsu masters; the main ones being Ma...

  • 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 w...

  •   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...