Under level 1, all Beginners and General Aikido classes have resumed at their usual times. The Juniors class is currently still on hold.
Although amateur club contact sports are not allowed at Level 2, Aikido Wellington has started non-contact exercise classes. Richard Sensei will run his usual lunchtime classes (12pm – 1pm each Tuesday and Thursday), covering tae sabaki and ken and jo suburi.
Sensei Simon Puffett, 5th Dan Aikido Shinryukan
Single day: $30
Two days: $50
Aikido Tenshindo Wellington
2 Drummond Street, Mt Cook, Wellington
Fill out the online registration form to register for the seminar before April 24.
Go to our seminar page for all upcoming seminars.
I’ve been looking for a while for a good, short yet comprehensive full-body workout that could be used either as a warm up routine or as a full workout when repeated in multiple sets.
I’ve finally found something really good which I think is worth sharing with other like-minded people.
The routine is based on sports science research conducted at the Human Performance Institute in Orlando, FL.
If you’re looking for some new exercises or a challenge, check out this routine. It’s fun, short, sure to make you puff and because it’s so well balanced you’ll get great results, as long as you do it every day of course, after all there is no such thing as free lunch 😉
View the photos from Simon’s seminar: Simon Puffett Seminar 21/22 July 2012