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Spring is here and the Aikido & Healing Arts Center of Roseville is delighted to announce that Molly Hale and Jeramy Hale Senseis, both 4th Dan Instructors at Aikido West of Redwood City, will lead a one day seminar here at the Center on May 17, 2015. We are immensely pleased to welcome the Hales back to Placer County and look forward to wonderful instruction and practice with these remarkable martial artists.
Molly Hale Sensei, who suffered a spinal cord injury in 1995, expanded her functionality through a combination of breathing, aqua-therapy, horse therapy, and wheelchair Aikido. She and supportive spouse Jeramy Hale Sensei have helped provide mentorship and support for others who have had traumatic injury through their organization Ability Production (www.abilityproduction.org) -- providing support and information on how to move beyond medical prognosis and maximizing rehabilitation.
The Hales' 4th Dan Demonstrations can be seen here.
Please join us here in Roseville as we explore the connection and practice within and without limitation.
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Aikido & Healing Arts Center of Roseville
The Aikido & Healing Arts Center of Roseville is a martial arts dojo and wellness center framed by the art and principles of Aikido which was founded in Japan by Morihei Ueshiba in the late 1920s through the 1930s. Aikido is often translated as "the way of harmonious spirit" where at its core the art teaches self-defense based on non-violence and the preservation of life. Aikido techniques typically comprise joint locks or throws requiring very little strength which lends its adoption to men, women, and children.
In the true spirit of Aikido our school will blend not just with our students but with our community as well to create a unique space designed from the ground up to promote non-violent self-defense, physical health, and personal growth.
In 2013, the Center became affiliated with the Aikikai Hombu Dojo by joining the California Aikido Association Division Two, under Frank Doran Shihan. In addition to offering aikido classes seven days a week, the Center offers massage therapy, instruction in Danzan-ryu Jujitsu, and yoga classes for special populations clients.