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    [video]Dunken Francis posted a video on 9 February 2009 - 6:38pm.
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    AIKIDO - 13 movement Jo kata

    sensei Dunken Francis, institute of Aikido Auckland

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    [video]Dunken Francis posted a video on 9 February 2009 - 6:37pm.
    Dunken Francis posted a link on 9 February 2009 - 6:35pm.



    All the major aspects of Aikido are clearly laid out in this beautiful beginner's guide to Aikido.
    Illustrated with over 90 photographs and using a clever "page per topic" format,
    it's ideal for the newcomer to the art or for those just curious about Aikido.
    Highly recommended by some of the most senior Aikido
    practitioners in this country. Nicely presented in a sophisticated A4 "Coffee Table Book" style.

    From the Publisher

    From the Inside Flap
    "A very useful book with beginners in mind"

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    Dunken Francis posted a link on 9 February 2009 - 6:30pm.

    AIKIDO WORLD - one of the original Aikido blogs

    AIKIDO World is the blog of Aikido instructor and Author Dunken Francis. The site gets over 30,000 visits a year and features an amazing range of articles going back nearly 5 years from some of the world's foremost Aikido sensei and Aikidoka.

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    [video]Dunken Francis posted a video on 9 February 2009 - 6:23pm.
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    Ukemi (breakfall roll) demonstration

    Ukemi demo. Dunken Francis Sensei Institute of Aikido Auckland.

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    [video]john agar posted a video on 8 February 2009 - 3:03pm.
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    Free self defence taster lesson

    A free taster self defence lesson featuring the wing chun style of kung fu , made in England by Sifu John Agar , this and other videos can be found on you tube , please type in the words ( sifu john agar wing chun ) to view !

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    [video]David Wilson posted a video on 8 February 2009 - 12:41am.
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    Bushin Kenpo Counter Attack 1

    This video was filmed during a class at my dojo in South Darenth, North Kent in 2008. These videos are designed as reference material for my students (not as a replacement for regular training.) More videos of this nature may be viewed via Youtube & Google, just keyword "Bushin Kenpo" in the search bar or click the links below. for further information on our martial arts style please visit our websites at...

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    [video]David Wilson posted a video on 7 February 2009 - 1:24am.
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    Bushin Kenpo Mix

    This is a video I put together of me teaching at my dojo back in 2007. Sorry about the length of the intro, got a bit carried away, LoL.

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    warren de Reuck posted a link on 5 February 2009 - 7:03pm.

    Bunbukan Academy

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    Barrie Jehu posted a note on 22 January 2009 - 12:11pm.

    Tai Chi Chuan - What is it?

    As I see it, Tai Chi Chuan is:

    A martial art,
    A philosophy,
    A Way of Life.
    and where you take it to is up to you.

    It starts off as something purely physical, you learn to breath properly, again. You learn to correct things like posture, in all it's aspects. You become aware of how your body works. You learn how to move, on your own and in conjunction with other people, for good and ill.

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