MARY HEINY SENSEI 2017 SEMINAR

January 27th, 28th and 29th, 2017

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We are excited to host Mary Heiny Sensei, Rokudan, at South Austin Aikido in January 2017.

For more than forty years, Mary Heiny Sensei has followed a path of physical and spiritual inspiration as a student and teacher of Aikido.

We enthusiastically invite Aikido students of all traditions to join us.

COST: $150 Full Seminar – $100 Any Two Sessions – $50 Any One Session

Times: Fri. Jan. 27th 6-7pm – Sat. Jan. 28th 10am-12pm; 2:30-4:30pm; 7:00pm Potluck – Sun. Jan. 29th 10am-12pm

For more info please contact: Richard Moore or Todd Kammerer Sensei

Richard@southaustinaikido.com – Todd@southaustinaikido.com

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No SAA Classes on Sunday, 10/23

We will not have any classes on this Sunday due to the Greg Olson Seminar at Rising Sun Aikido this weekend (10/21-10/23).


Jesse and Tony playing around before class

Jesse Spears throwing Tony Gaddis before class. The thumbs up at the end was attempting to get a confirmation from David that he actually got this video (we’ve had issues in the past ;).

Attacks: Mune tsuki

Techniques: Mostly Irimi nage (omote version), with a kote gaeshi in the middle.

Pronunciation and definitions:
* Mune tsuki: A punch to the midsection. Sounds like moo-nay-skee, although the last syllable starts with a barely audible “t” sound, which isn’t natural for most English speakers, so most people don’t pronounce it).

* Irimi: Entering. Sounds like ee-ree-mee.

* Nage: Throw. Sounds like naw-gay

* Omote: To the front, or in front of. Sounds like Oh-mo-tay (long O sounds).

* Uke: The attacker (or, literally, the one who is thrown). Sounds like oo-kay.

* Kote gaeshi: Wrist turning. Sounds like coat-tay-guy-she

So, irimi nage is an entering throw. Omote means it was to the front of uke.