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    Default Where to train in Sweden?

    hi there!!

    I live in Stockholm, Sweden.
    I wonder if anyone here knows of
    any plays were to practise JO.
    I dont wanna train some other are
    wich inlcluds JO as Aikido for examle.
    I wanna train pure JODO....

    are there any such schools in Stockholm?

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    Default Re: Where to train in Sweden?

    Originally posted by dizzybynature
    hi there!!

    I live in Stockholm, Sweden.
    I wonder if anyone here knows of
    any plays were to practise JO.
    I dont wanna train some other are
    wich inlcluds JO as Aikido for examle.
    I wanna train pure JODO....

    are there any such schools in Stockholm?
    Hi Jörgen.
    Since you are Swedish I reply to you in Swedish.

    Hej Jörgen.
    Jag kan rekommendera dig att kolla på www.budo.se/forum/ och ställa samma fråga där.
    Du kan dessutom kolla in www.budo.se/kendo/ Kendosektionens hemsida (de administrerar även Jodo).

    I Stockholm så finns Stockholms Jodokai som sysslar med Jodo.

    Hoppas att detta var till hjälp.

    mvh

    /Anders
    Anders Pettersson
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    Default Try the European Jodo Federation...

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    Hi 'dizzybynature',


    As in most countries, in Sweden too you'll find two possibilities for you to train in Shintô Musôryû . Firstly, in schools that adhere to the system of the Zen Nihon Kendô Renmei, where 12 'standardised techniques' (so-called seiteigata) are taught. Secondly, in a school that adheres the classical curriculum of the ryû, and is associated with the Fédération Européenne de Jôdô (FEJ, European Jôdô Federation).

    For the last type of school,
    please contact:
    Michel Söderkvist
    Skolgängen 12
    S - 831 61 Ostersund
    Fax 0046 63 10 23 91
    Mobile 0046 708 60 07 87


    Kind regards,
    (and perhaps untill a future FEJ gasshuku!?)


    Jan G. Post
    Groningen,
    The Netherlands

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    Default Re: Where to train in Sweden?

    Originally posted by dizzybynature
    hi there!!

    I live in Stockholm, Sweden.
    I wonder if anyone here knows of
    any plays were to practise JO.
    I dont wanna train some other are
    wich inlcluds JO as Aikido for examle.
    I wanna train pure JODO....

    are there any such schools in Stockholm?

    How did it turn out? did you join a jodo- group, and did it live up to your expectations?
    Roar Ulvestad

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