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  1. Aikido - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Aikido [a.i.ki.doː] is a Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba as a synthesis of his martial studies, philosophy, and religious beliefs. Aikido is often ...

  2. The Aikido FAQ

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    The Aikido FAQ is a resource for Aikido information. Any question you might have about Aikido will be answered here.

  3. Aikidō - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Enseñanza de Aikido a los niños . A diferencia de otras artes marciales, la enseñanza del Aikido a los niños (Kodomo no aikidō - 子供の合気道) dentro del ...

  4. it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aikido

    L'Aikido fu creato da Morihei Ueshiba (植芝 盛平, Tanabe 14 dicembre 1883 – Tokyo 26 aprile 1969), i praticanti di aikido si riferivano a lui con il termine ...

  5. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aïkido

    L' aïkido (合気道 , aikidō ?) est un art martial japonais (budo), fondé par Morihei Ueshiba O sensei entre 1925 et 1969 [réf. nécessaire] . L'aïkido a été ...

  6. de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aikido

    Aikidō [aikidoː] (jap. 合気道 oder 合氣道) ist eine betont defensive moderne japanische Kampfkunst . Sie wurde Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts von Ueshiba Morihei ...

  7. AikiWeb Aikido Information

    www.aikiweb.com

    Extensive repository for Aikido information including dojo listing, articles, and discussion forums. Maintained by Jun Akiyama.

  8. Aikido Shinju-kai - Aikido Shinju-kai

    www.aikidoshinjukai.com

    Aikido Shinju-Kai is the largest and premier Aikido Organisation in Singapore,with 70 training centers island-wide & overseas,and a strength of over 10,000 members ...

  9. www.aikidocity.com

    L'esprit de l'aikido, ce qu'il faut savoir pour pratiquer dans un dojo. Les formes de bases afin d'assimiler plus facilement les techniques.

  10. Aikido Journal Blog — Aikido Journal Online's Official Blog

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    Aikido Journal Online's Official Blog ... “Think carefully about what you do and why you do it” Aikido training in virtually all styles follows a series of rituals.

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