Aikido Summer Intensive in Montreux, Switzerland, August 5-10, 2019
5 augustus - 10 augustus
Our first EAC Summer Intensive August 5-10, 2019 in beautiful Montreux Switzerland, with a group of talented instructors from the EAC (Evolutionary Aikido Community).
Led by Patrick Cassidy 6th dan, the week will include training every day from 6.30h ending at 21.30h. Starting in the morning with weapons class next to Lake Léman in Montreux, Switzerland, followed by time for a swim, and later meditation in the dojo and breakfast shared with all of the participants. Aikido classes throughout the day, with a final Aikido class at 18.30h and finishing the day with a yoga class and deep relaxation. During the week, classes will include one session of Aiki Combat Improv.
Along with Patrick and Dave Goldberg 6th Dan, we have all of these great instructors, Durward Burrell 5th dan, Carolina Van Haperen 5th dan, Andrew Haight 4th dan, Ray Butcher 4th dan, Marco Rubato 4th dan, Peter Fankhauser 4th dan, Julia Geissberger 4th dan, Mitchy Ogata 3rd dan, Jo Theys 3rd dan, Antony Martinez 2nd dan.
Our week will end with a full day seminar on Saturday, August 10th, with a barbeque next to the lake at sunset.
Come and join us for a week of Aikido, Contemplation, Relaxation, great food and wonderful company.
Spaces limited to 40 participants, so register early!
People registering for the whole intensive will receive priority.
Location: Aikido Montreux, Rue de la Corsaz 11, 1820 Montreux, Switzerland
whole intensive (5 breakfasts included) 350 CHF
whole intensive (lodging at the dojo w/ breakfast) 400 CHF
Sat seminar only 80 CHF
One day training 50 CHF
One class 20 CHF
This event is also posted on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/746753382384870/.
My introduction and participation note towards this seminar week:
“Aikido contains a vision that supports our growth in different ways on different levels. Every time we practice it gives us the opportunity to connect body, mind, heart and soul. We each possess the ability to tune inward to notice what our urge to grow, heal and connect is. We start where we are; therefore we need to see first what is here in our being.