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Aikido Tasaka Shihan Tri City Aikido Fremont Newark Union City

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Aikido grappling training Fremont Newark Union City

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Aikido Sword training Fremont Newark Union City

 

Tri City Aikido dojo, school of martial arts in Newark, Fremont and Union City CA., is one of the most acknowledged and reputable martial arts training schools in the tri city area. Tri City Aikido has a successful 20 year history of teaching thousands of local people martial arts. Review after review has labeled Tri City Aikido as the best martial arts training availabel in the Fremont, Newark area. Tri City Aikido offers classes for adults as well as children (ages 4 and above). We specialize in the traditional martial art of Aikido. This is unlike mixed martial arts, like boxing, judo or karate. Aikido is a martial art that originates from Japan. Tri City Aikido dojo teaches in the same traditional format that is identical to the way Aikido is taught in Japan and that includes all the terminology and philosophy associated with the art. Traditional martial arts are more commonly referred to "Budo". In authentic Budo training, there is always weapons' training. When training at the Tri City Aikido dojo, you can expect just that. Aikido stems from a sword art (kenjitsu) that also employs the use of the staff (Bo jitsu) and knife (tanto jitsu).


The art of Aikido was designed by Morihei Ueshiba, a person who stood about 5'tall. Short in stature, Morihei Ueshiba better known as OSensei (Great teacher) because of the many master instructors and students he produced. With the use of Aikido, OSensei could easily manage a person much taller and larger than himself. How so? Aikido is based on the principle of nonresistance. In other words, the focus is on moving in such a way to avoid conflict without running away from it.  If you struggle during conflict, then you are fighting. You may compare this methodology to a Matador dealing with a charging bull. Keep in mind, a bull can flip a small car, yet a Matador can move with ease while leading the bulls action and avoiding the charge.