.
  • Yuki
    Courage and Valor
  • Rei
    Courtesy and Civility
  • Gi
    Justice and Righteousness
  • Makoto
    Sincerity and Honesty

Aikido Martial Arts : Techniques Philosophy and History

Aikido Martial Arts : Techniques Philosophy and History

” To injure an opponent is to injure yourself. To control Aikido Martial Arts : Techniques Philosophy and History
aggression without inflicting injury is the Art of Peace.

-Morihei Ueshiba-

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