Koichi Kashiwaya Fall Seminar

Koichi Kashiwaya

Athens Ki-Aikido is pleased to announce a Seminar with our Midland Ki Federation Chief Instructor, Koichi Kashiwaya, sensei.
To be held April 13, 14, 15 2018 in Athens, Ohio

Kashiwaya sensei is the Shinshin Toitsu Aikido Kai (Ki Society) Advisor for North America as well as the Chief Instructor of Midland Ki Federation (27 dojo across the USA, Canada and Brazil). Sensei is one of the most senior Ki-Aikido instructors in the USA, holding Ki-Aikido rank of Hachidan (8th Level “Black Belt”); Ki Development rank of Okuden (Inside Transmission); Certification as a Ki Lecturer, and as a Special Examiner for Ki Society International. He is a Qualified International Taigi Judge, and was recently appointed a Ki Society Headquarters Instructor, teaching on behalf of Ki Society in Australia, Thailand and the Philippines in addition to his extensive teaching schedule for Midland Ki Federation and other US Ki Society dojo.

Kashiwaya Sensei's biography

Tentative Schedule:
Friday April 13 5:30 - 7:30 PM Ki Society and Local Students
Saturday April 14 9:00 - 11:30 AM Ki & Aikido (Open)
  11:30 - 2:00 PM Lunch break
  2:00 - 4:00 PM Ki & Aikido (Open)
  4:00 PM - ? TESTING (prior arrangement)
Evening social event (dinner/pot luck)
Sunday April 15   9:00 - Noon Ki Class

FEES: ALL EVENTS Register before March 18 $250 after $300

Adult Per Class: $60

ADVANCED REGISTRATION APPRECIATED
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Athens Ohio is in South Eastern — Appalachian — Ohio, about 74 miles SE of Columbus and 38 mile east of Parkersburg WV. The nearest major airport is Columbus, about a 1, 1 ½ hour drive.

Athens is a small town but is the home of Ohio University — combined population is about 45,000.

The Athens County Convention and Visitors' Bureau has information about Athens including a listing of hotels in Athens