合气道是以化解对方的进攻,并通过关节锁技、断臂技术来控制对手。其由大师Morihei Ueshiba在19世纪30年代中期创立,他被成为"0"先生,或者是更伟大的老师。在他年轻的时候,他精通好几种武术,同时在精神修炼方面也很强。“0”先生认识到武术并不是关于打斗、或输赢,而是关于和谐和爱。因此才诞生了合气道。

合气道三个字并解释为:

合: 意为 和谐

气: 意为 力量或精神,或者是你自己的,或者是大地精华之气

道:意为方法,或是训练的方法,包括学习身体动作以及发展整个自身。

因此,合气道被定义为一种与我们所生活的环境相和谐的学习方法,在防身领域,其意义不仅仅是与敌人战斗或者化解对手进攻。这就使合气道独立于其他武术以及防身格斗体系。这种概念意味着是接受同时能够化解掉对方的进攻,这种概念是很特别的。因此一个很高深的合气道训练时学习如何沉着冷静以及放松自己,同时能意识到,并警惕周围环境的变化。

 

这个整体的西宫发展了你的全人素质,不仅仅是身体层面。合气道是很有效的防身术,但更重要的是我们需要学习如何面对日常生活中的压力,轻松沉着的缩小日常生活中碰到的紧张,冲突,生气等。

 

合气道没有竞赛,也对身体力量没有要求。因此很适合男人、女人、各种年龄的孩子。合气道的练习提供了健康的自然运动,以及适合身体放松的动作。创造出对自己的身体的感知力,同时还有精神放松,保持对环境的警惕心,增加防身自卫能力,从而能有效的保护自己。

 

胜道会合气道沿袭美国合气道协会整套训练体系与考级方法。主教练高教练师承合气道黑带七段Hideki Shiohira先辈。Hideki Shiohira先辈是美国合气道协会首席师范,他在1967开始在日本学习纯正合气道,之后在合气道创始人 Koichi Tohei先辈门下学习20年,同时他还在著名武术大师Tenshin Tanouye Rotaishi.先辈门下学习禅道。Shiohira先辈教导所有学生合气道要以"THE WAY "即“道”为核心原则,他希望道场是让每个学员排除杂念的神圣之地,看到所有事情能看清其本质。

 

 

 

Aikido is a Japanese martial Art that stresses self defense by harmonizing with an attack and controlling the attacker by joint locks or their own momentum. Aikido was founded by Morihei Ueshiba in the mid 1930's. He is known as O'Sensei, or great teacher. He had mastered several martial arts in his youth and had a very strong spiritual side as well. O'Sensei had a realization that his martial art was not about fighting and winning, but that it was about love and harmony. Thus, Aikido was born.

The three characters (or kanji) representing aikido are translated as follows:

  • Ai - Means harmony
  • Ki - Means energy or spirit, either your own, or the world's collective energy
  • Do - Means the way or the approach to training that includes learning the physical movements as well as developing your whole self.

Thus, Aikido can be defined as the way of learning to harmonize with the environment we live in. In the self defense context it means not fighting with an opponent or resisting an attack. This is what sets Aikido apart from other martial arts and self defense systems. The concept of accepting an attack and dealing with it without fighting is unique. It also is counter to our very basic "fight or flight" response. Thus, a large part of deeper Aikido training is to learn to be calm and relaxed and to be aware and alert to what is happening around you. The other aspect of training is to learn the basic physical techniques and movements to respond to any kind of attack.

This combined approach develops your entire being, not just your physical side. Aikido is effective for self defense, but more importantly we learn how to deal with the stresses and pressures of daily life. Being relaxed and calm minimizes the tension, conflicts and anger that occur every day of our lives.

Aikido does not have contests and does not require just physical strength. Thus, it is suitable for men, women and children of all ages. Aikido practice provides healthy exercise by natural and relaxed body movements; creates self awareness of our own bodies as well as mental calmness and alertness to our surroundings; increases self confidence; and is an effective way to defend oneself.

 

New Student's Questions

What is Aikido?

Aikido is a non-competitive martial art from Japan that emphasizes mind/body integration. Learn more by clicking on the About Aikido button. Learn more about Shiohira Sensei by clicking on his button.

Who can study Aikido?

Men and women of all ages can study Aikido, regardless of physical skill or previous experience in athletics or other martial arts. Training is always self-paced, and for the most part all ranks train together, with the more experienced Aikidoists helping the newer students. We also offer Children's classes. They can start as young as 7. Check the main page [ click on header ] for these classes.

Why do people study Aikido?

Aikido is never competitive, so the training is purely for personal development. Aikido is vigorous, weight-bearing exercise that improves your strength, coordination, balance and your overall health. The training also helps you develop alertness and a calm mind. Most people find that regular training reduces stress levels significantly. The most important reason to study Aikido, however, is to enjoy it!

How do you begin?

Just come by and join a class. We also offer classes especially for beginners. In the regular classes senior students give you individual help with the basics and work with you until you feel comfortable enough to train with the other students.

To sign up just arrive at the dojo about 15 minutes early to introduce yourself and sign a waiver. Wear comfortable, loose clothing, or a gi if you have one. You are welcome to observe classes and talk with the instructor and other students before you decide to join.

What is a Dojo?

The word Dojo means "training hall". For example, the Aikido Center in Mountain View is a spacious facility, with a padded training mat, separate dressing rooms and bathrooms, and a small office.

What does Sensei mean?

Sensei is an honorific title meaning "teacher". The head of a dojo is always referred to as Sensei, and other instructors as well. O-Sensei means great teacher. In Aikido this refers to Ueshiba Sensei, the Founder of Aikido.

How do we train?

Aikido training consists of throws and falls. A class session generally works on between 3 and 5 different throws. Each person chooses a partner for a given throw. The partners take turns throwing each other four times. The person doing the throwing is called nage. The person doing the falling is called uke. Students find they learn as much from acting as uke as nage.

If I'm falling all the time, why don't I fall apart?

Students are taught from the first day how to fall safely. This is in fact one of the most important and pleasant aspects of Aikido training. We train on a layer of tumbling mats or tatami.

How often should I attend class?

Students are encouraged to attend classes a minimum of 2 to 3 times a week. Your monthly fees entitle you to attend an unlimited number of classes.

What can I expect when I begin classes?

A ranked person will work with you individually during your first classes to prepare you gradually until you feel ready to train with the group.

What do I wear?

Most students wear a gi. A sweatsuit or other loosely fitting cloting is acceptable if you do not have a gi. You can often purchase a gi at the dojo.

Must I be in good physical condition?

As with most martial arts it helps for students of Aikido to be in good physical condition. You will build up your strength and endurance over time at your own pace.

Can I be injured?

There is some risk from the throws, rolls, etc. in Aikido. However, Aikido emphasizes safety. Each student is taught to be aware his or her own, as well as partner's, ability.

 

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