Kayla Feder Sensei
A warm and loving teacher who has trained continuously for 47 years and who's style supports the individual growth of each student.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2021 AT 10 AM PST – 11:30 AM PST
Kids, please join us as we make friends around the world! Whether you are new to Aikido and martial arts or if you’re super advanced, all are welcome. At the beginning of our event, everyone will have a chance to introduce themselves and say what country they’re from. Then we’ll have our first 30-minute Aikido class. Next, there will be a 10-minute Show & Tell and water break. After that, we’ll have another 30-minute class, followed once again by a Show & Tell, Q&A Session, and farewells.
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4338186809
Sensei will focus on one technique for four weeks at a time. In January we will explore koshi nage, including a yoga pose that mirrors the technique. She will share her 48 years of inspired practice. For the past three years Sensei has been working on Yutaka Mito Sensei's maxim: Feel, Become One, Make a Path, Don't Throw.
Even if you think you won’t use koshi nage back at your dojo, the solo practice of the hip movement in koshi nage will benefit all of your techniques.
Sensei is sure to get you moving, she will include jiu waza and practice fluent movement in each class. If you have a partner, that's great, but if not, Sensei will use props to help you with the alignment of koshi nage. Bring a pair of shoes and if there's a wall close by, you'll use it.
Donations are welcome but there is no charge. Everyone is welcome, Sensei recommends coming from the beginning of each four week session, so that you start with the most basic version of each technique, but feel free to drop in any time if you're just curious.
We wear masks, keep distance and sanitize all equipment before and after every use.
Learn more about our plan to keep each other safe
Zoom link for all classes: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4338186809
Aikido of Berkeley is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment free from discrimination. We support each other in practicing the way of harmony and peaceful conflict resolution.>