San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Aikido Seminar with Penny Sablove Sensei
May 18, 2014
The Aikido & Healing Arts Center of Roseville is delighted at the opportunity to host Penny Sablove for a one day seminar on May 18, 2014 (Sunday.) Sablove Sensei, 4th Dan, began her training in 1980, captivated by the beauty of the physical movement. She is the Head Instructor at Heart of San Francisco, the dojo she started in 1995; and is a licensed physical therapist specializing in helping older adults maintain optimal mobility.
Penny's primary teacher has been Linda Holiday Sensei; in addition, Motomichi Anno Sensei, 8th
dan, Shingu, Japan, and Mary Heiny Sensei have been strong influences. Recently, Sablove Sensei traveled to France to study the falling and non-falling ukemi and movement of Kinomichi, as developed by Masamichi Noro Sensei.
Class times and prices are listed below:
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
12:30 PM – 2:30 PM
*Pay in advance to lock down this reduced price.
Tickets on the day of the seminar will increase by $5 each (Cash / Check Only.)
Lunch will not be provided, but arrangements are being made to have a food truck stop by the dojo during the lunch break.
We ask that you consider pre-registering so we can have a clearer idea of how many participants to expect for this event.
You do not need to print out your ticket. We will have a list of registered guests at the door.
Questions should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us on the mat for this special day.
When & Where
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.