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    Question AJJ in San Antonio?

    Hi all.

    I wondered if anyone knows of any aikijujutsu dojos located within the metropolitan area of San Antonio, Texas.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Sincerely,

    M. Tom

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    Question Tessen Aiki-Jutsu

    To anyone who can help me,
    My name is Isaac Figueroa, I live in the Rio Grande Valley, Mcallen, Texas area. I meet a martial arts instructor teaching tessen aiki-jutsu, whose name was luis, his last name I forget but have wanted to learn where he might be at and if he is still teaching. So if anyone knows him please feel free to email at Isaacfigueroa@aol.com or if anyone knows anyone teaching any koryu jujutsu in my area. I would love to know about it. Thanks, Isaac.

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    Hello,

    A last name for "luis" would be most helpful. I've merged your thread with the existing one, so have a look through here, and maybe someone else will have more information for you.

    Regards,
    Nathan Scott
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    "Put strength into your practice, and avoid conceit. It is easy enough to understand a strategy and guard against it after the matter has already been settled, but the reason an opponent becomes defeated is because they didn't learn of it ahead of time. This is the nature of secret matters. That which is kept hidden is what we call the Flower."

    - Zeami Motokiyo, 1418 (Fūshikaden)

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    Default desperate for A dojo in San antonio!

    Can anyone help me to find a Dojo in San antonio, tx? I'm currently stationed at Lackland AFB. I had found a great school in merrit island Fl. but had to PCS, My Sensei also had to move.Long story short, I need to train!. Any help at all would be appreciated

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    Default Ajj in San Antonio

    so does anybody know of a good school in san antonio texas?


    David F

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    David,
    Sent you a PM.
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    Is there any updated info for AJJ dojo/study groups in Austin?

    domo arigato,

    Bill Hiles

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    Austin...

    I have a Tomiki/Daito Ryu school in South Central. I received my license in Daito Ryu, and we study it - but I tend to use the Tomiki kata system more than the Shofukan Daito Ryu kata system. It is more logical IMHO.

    We are not "mainline" Daito Ryu. (my sensei - Ota Ikuo scoffed at that idea), but if you are looking for a different flavor of Aiki in Austin...just write.

    Also in Austin someone is running a Daito Ryu study group. One of my students studied with them for a year before he moved over to me. He reports that they are good - but the techniques were very painful. I do not know where they gather as the school they once met at closed down.

    Also I believe in Austin a group affiliated with Toby Threadgill's group is here somewhere. Dig around on the web and you will find what you sek.

    I also believe I heard of a group in San Marcos that use the term AikiJujitsu. I have no information about them - but there are many aikido dojo finders that can aid in your search.


    Hope this helps.


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    Default New Ultimate guide to Austin AikiBudo

    I bumped into this thread , and I was shocked at how incomplete my knowledge of the areas aiki community last year. So I started this list.


    Still in the works, but here is the new guide

    http://tomikiaikido.blogspot.com/200...to-austin.html

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    Default San Antonio

    Does anyone know of any aikiJujutsu groups in San Antonio ?

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    Hi Mr. Valadez,

    Thanks for posting. I've merged your training request with an existing thread on AJJ dojo in Texas in order to consolidate similar information into one thread and increase responses and search results. Good luck.

    Regards,
    Nathan Scott
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    - Zeami Motokiyo, 1418 (Fūshikaden)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firtamag08 View Post
    Does anyone know of any aikiJujutsu groups in San Antonio ?
    Mr. Valdez,

    I'm not sure if this is exactly what you're looking for, but I can recommend a Mainline Hakkoryu dojo in Austin, Texas, USA, the Hakkoryu Ken-nin dojo:

    http://hakkoryu-kennin.org/

    http://hakkoryu.com/shihan/john-cole-seizan/

    It's a bit of a drive from San Antonio, but I think you would enjoy a visit if they're accepting students.

    Devon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Smith View Post
    Mr. Valdez,

    I'm not sure if this is exactly what you're looking for, but I can recommend a Mainline Hakkoryu dojo in Austin, Texas, USA, the Hakkoryu Ken-nin dojo:

    http://hakkoryu-kennin.org/

    http://hakkoryu.com/shihan/john-cole-seizan/

    It's a bit of a drive from San Antonio, but I think you would enjoy a visit if they're accepting students.

    Devon
    Thank You , I will check them out but Austin is a bit far to drive 2 or three times a week

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    Mr. Valadez,

    I'm happy to suggest a Hakkoryu dojo a bit closer, if you're still interested: http://hakkoryu.com/2013/09/hakkoryu...houston-texas/

    This group is operating under the supervision of the Shihan in Austin, TX.

    Devon

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