Levine Sensei has trained in Aikido for 33 years and holds the rank of yondan. As the Founder of Aiki Extensions, he has been a powerful force for the good in promoting the use of Aikido for peace and conflict resolution throughout the world. He is an internationally recognized expert on Ethiopian culture and is responsible for the founding of an Aiki Extensions dojo in Ethiopia (about I have written about here).
Here are some of the questions Levine Sensei will address during the workshop:
-How can you re-vision your training and living patterns?
-Is it okay to define aikido as a Japanese martial art of self-defense?
-What mat practices might enable us to do better in resolving social conflicts?
-How can the roles of uke and nage be defined more expansively?
-How can I blend aikido into my personal life more effectively?
Levine Sensei is the head instructor of the Chicago of Chicago Aikido Club and the Hyde Park Aikido Club. He has taught Aikido in Japan, Israel, Ethiopia, England, Germany and Palestine.
The suggested donation is $100.00. Students: $25.00. All proceeds will benefit Aiki Extensions projects:
-Training Across Borders (TAB) seminars
-International Aiki Peace Week
-Peace Dojos International
-Aikido Ethiopia Project
-Aikido in the Schools
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