Bulding Lombok Dojo to help community spirit after earthquake!

Update posted by Victoria Duran On May 29, 2019

We need your contribution to help buy Aikido mats to complete and open for operations first and only Aikido Dojo in Lombok (Indonesia).

By helping us rise money you do leave your name in helping to recover society spirit after devastating earthquake happened in August 2018. Besides you put a mark in helping us train new champions and promote Lombok Island as a new place for Aikido seminars.

Together we are stronger! Please join our team!

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Update posted by Victoria Duran On May 27, 2019

There are no contests in the Art of Peace. A true warrior is invincible because he or she contests with nothing. – O-Sensei

Did you know that:

Aikido, a traditional Japanese martial art, was developed in the early part of this century by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969), now known as O-Sensei (venerable teacher). Morihei Ueshiba O-Sensei, the Aikido Kaiso (founder), was born in 1883 in Tanabe, a coastal town in southern Japan. From the time of his youth, he studied various martial arts, eventually including sumo, swordsmanship, spear technique, staff technique, and various styles of jiujutsu, particularly the Yagyu and Daito styles.

From youth, Ueshiba also appears to have been a deeply sensitive and spiritual person. Eventually influenced by the charismatic spiritual leader and artist Onisaburo Deguchi, he came to view his martial training as a means of personal purification and spiritual training.

We hope to expand the Aikido philosophy and help people to rise up their spirits and hopes to become better personalities and POWERFUL CHAMPIONS!

YOUR HELP IS APPRECIATED IN GETTING OUR DOJO MATTRESSES TO RUN SMOOTH OPERATION OF LOMBOK AIKIDO DOJO SHINJU!!!

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