Ki Masterclass Corky Quakenbush en Johan Lodder | Aikido Training 2016
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27 Mei Ki Masterclass Corky Quakenbush en Johan Lodder

Ki Masterclass with Corky Quakenbush and Johan lodder

It’s an honour for AIKI Training & Coaching to host and participate in some special ki masterclasses with sensei Corky Quakenbush in Rotterdam from Monday 20 June untill Friday 24 June. These masterclasses are about the application of aikido in daily life . The masterclasses are open to all. These are private masterclasses and in depth training of the principles of ki and aikido. We are happy to welcome you.

“Sensei Corky Quakenbush has developed an innovative approach to Aikido based on his 30 years of Aikido practice and experience. Sensei Corky refers to this approach as “Aiki-Lab.” Aiki-Lab practice explores how “beneficent intention”– ki flow that arises from the intention that all involved benefit from the interaction – manifests as aikido without set form.

As part of his European tour, Sensei Corky will be visiting Rotterdam for a full week Monday June 20 through Sunday, June 26th. Corky will offer a five-day AIki-Lab master class June 20-24, and seminars on both June 25 and 26th.

Classes may be taken individually, weekend, or as a week-long intensive.”

Yes, I like to come to the Ki Masterclass in Rotterdam

Do you like to explore the principles of ki with us? Please send us an e-mail or fill in the online form below. Do you want to invite other people, please feel free to send them a link to this page.

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Subject: Ki Masterclasses Corky Quakenbush Sensei, June-2016

I like to attend:

  •  Monday morning 10u-12u
  •  Monday afternoon 14u-16u
  •  Monday evening 20u-22u
  •  Tuesday morning 10u-12u
  •  Tuesday afternoon 14u-16u
  •  Wednesday morning 10u-12u
  •  Wednesday afternoon 13u-15u
  •  Thursday morning 10u-12u
  •  Thurday afternoon 14u-16u
  •  Friday morning 10u-12u

I like more information about the Ki Seminar o.l.v. Corky Quakenbush Saturday 25 June and Sunday 26 June:
 Ja Nee

I would like to come to the aikido seminar on:

  •  Saturday morning 10u-12u
  •  Saturday afternoon 14u-16u
  •  Sunday morning 10u-12u
  •  Sunday afternoon 14u-16u

I will come with adult(s) and with kid(s)

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Corky Quakenbush Sensei

Corky Quakenbush Sensei leads the the Kakushi Toride Aikido dojo in West Angeles. He started his Aikido training in 1983 under Megan Reisel, a student of Misugi Saotome Shihan. Corky is heavily influenced by the teachings of Kanshu Sunadomari Shihan (author of Enlightment through Aikido). Other influences and inspirations include Wendy Palmer’s Leadership Embodiment and the work of Paul Linden.

Following his spell binding presentation last year at the University of London, The International Institute of Peace Studies (Scotland) and the Swiss Cottage Community Centre (London), sensei Corky Quakenbush is back in The Netherlands to teach his innovative approach to Aikido known as Aiki-Lab – the result of more than thirty years of practice and research.

Sensei Corky’s classes are open to all – complete beginners and practitioners alike.

While most forms of Aikido are taught through the repetitive emulation of stereotyped katas, Aiki-Lab does not rely on such pre-planned techniques; its focus is on the flow of energy arising from the intentions of those involved, in order to create a space for aiki to manifest.

In other words, the goal of Aiki-Lab is to develop a presence that allows for a “center-to-center” connection with an opponent leading to a spontaneous, harmonious response to an attack – known as an aiki resolution.

For more information about de AikiLab method and Corky sensei. Check out his dojo Kakushi Toride Aikido, you can can also find Corky on Facebook.

 

Invitation Seminar Corky Sensei 20160626

Information about the Aikido Seminar and Ki Masterclasses

Sensei Corky Quakenbush has developed his own innovative approach to Aikido, based on his 30 years of Aikido experience. He refers to this approach as AikiLab, in which he explores ki flow which arises from the intention of the people involved in order to create a space for aiki to manifest. As part of his European tour he will be visiting Rotterdam during the week of June 20, 2016 where he will conduct an Aikido seminar, additionally he offers the opportunity to follow Ki Masterclasses.

Video Aikilab Promo European Tour 2016

Prices Ki Masterclass

You pay € 30,- for  one session two hours of training with Corky and Johan.  If you come 5 sessions (10 hours of training) or more you pay € 25,00 per session.
In case you come all  10 sessions (20 hours of training) you pay € 20,00 per session.
For these private masterclasses we have space for maximum 10 attendees.

Coffee, tea is included in the price. We have possibilities closeby the dojo to buy lunch or diner.

Location dojo Ki Masterclass

The masterclasses will be in the AIKI Training & Coaching dojo

Arie den Toomweg 27
Rotterdam

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Rotterdam

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Keep connected for futre ki masterclasses

Would yuo like to know about futre seminar and aikido events in 2017 or 2018 ? Please send us a message

Johan Lodder
info@aikicoaching.nl

Johan Lodder is trainer en coach en geeft voor AIKI trainingen en workshops over de toepassing van natuurlijke principes, uit de martial art Aikido, in het dagelijkse leven en in het bedrijfsleven. Hij leert je de kracht van aandacht te ervaren middels leuke feedbackoefeningen. Je komt terug bij je kern en gaat werken en leven vanuit je centrum. Johan beoefent sinds 1997 Aikido en andere martial arts en het is zijn passie om mensen in hun kracht te zetten.

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