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2012 Cutting Edge Seminar - 4 DVD Set

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In 2012 a seminar was held at Two Cranes Dojo in Seattle featuring four of the most interesting and progressive Aikido teachers around today. George Ledyard, Aikido 6th Dan and direct student of Mitsugi Saotome Sensei, Kimberly Richardson, 6th Dan and a senior student of Mary Heiny Sensei, the late Kevin Choate, Aikido 7th Dan and lifelong student of Mitsugi Saotome, and Daniel Messisco, Aikido 6th Dan and direct student of Saotome Sensei as well as other major teachers both in Japan and in the US.

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In 2012 a seminar was held at Two Cranes Dojo in Seattle featuring four of the most interesting and progressive Aikido teachers around today. George Ledyard, Aikido 6th Dan and direct student of Mitsugi Saotome Sensei, Kimberly Richardson, 6th Dan and a senior student of Mary Heiny Sensei, the late Kevin Choate, Aikido 7th Dan and lifelong student of Mitsugi Saotome, and Daniel Messisco, Aikido 6th Dan and direct student of Saotome Sensei as well as other major teachers both in Japan and in the US.

The entire seminar was filmed and all three classes of each teacher were captured yielding one DVD for each teacher. These are the first commercially available Dvds for the  Kimberly Richardson, Daniel Messisco, and the late Kevin Choate. Half of the profits of Kevin Choate Sensei's sales will go to his old dojo, the Chicago Aikikai.

 
Additional Information
SKU BV-16151
Release Date Aug 28, 2013
Other Info No
Format DVD NTSC
Languages English
Length 4 DVDs

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