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Shinzen Dojo Clovis

702 Pollasky Avenue

Clovis, Calif. 93612

 

(559) 323-1702 (Anderson Sensei)

or

(831) 809-4301 Michael Schielke (Assistant Teacher)

 

(Aikido for Clovis, Fresno, Central Valley)

 


 

 

Please call Sensei Anderson for more information (559) 323-1702

 

 

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Shinzen Dojo - Clovis Aikido

(559) 323-1702 (Anderson Sensei)

or

(831) 809-4301 Michael Schielke (Assistant Teacher)

 

Aikido Training

Aikido training at Shinzen Dojo focuses on self defense, personal growth, and empowerment. Training in Aikido leads to increased confidence and an increased sense of awareness of ourselves and others. Students experience a sense of community in a supportive non-competitve atmosphere, and an overall sense of health and well-being.  Class atmosphere is safe, fun, supportive, and non-competitive.

 

Training Dues

Monthly: $55.00
6 months membership: $50.00 : ($300)
CSUF students: $ 45.00
Yearly membership Fee: $ 25.00

Mat Fee per class for
non-members: $10.00

Late fee for month to month: $15.00
(applied on the 6th of each month)

10% family discount

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AIKIDO SEMINAR
Hideki Shiohira, Shihan, 7th Dan
Pacific Aikido Federation

April 17, 2010


Hideki Shiohira (born 13 march 1948). 7th Dan Aikikai. First taught Aikido by Shizuo Imaizumi Sensei in 1967. Born and raised in Japan he was dispatched to San Francisco to teach Aikido in 1973 by Koichi Tohei Sensei. He currently holds the ranks of 7th Dan Shihan Aikikai and 6th Dan Shihan, Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido. In Addition to Aikido training and instruction, he studied Zen and conducts Zen training at Aikido Center in Mountain View. Currently Shiohira Sensei is the head instructor of the Pacific Aikido Federation which has dojos in Northern and Central California, U.S.

Shiohira Sensei, has been training in, and teaching, Aikido for almost 40 years. His lifelong integration of Aikido, Zen and breath training are embodied in his Aikido and teaching. He is grateful to all of the teachers who have contributed to his continued development and accomplishments.
Shiohira Sensei began studying Aikido as an undergraduate at Waseda University Aikikai under Shizuo Imaizumi Sensei. He continued training at Waseda during graduate school and had one year of live-in training under the second Doshu, Kisshomaru Ueshiba Sensei. He also received instruction from all of the other leading Aikikai World Headquarters instructors at the time, including O-Sensei (Founder), Kisshomaru Ueshiba Sensei (Second Doshu), Koichi Tohei Sensei (Chief Instructor), Kisaburo Osawa Sensei, Morihiro Saito Sensei, Seigo Yamaguchi Sensei, Sadateru Arikawa Sensei and, at Shingu, Michio Hikitsuchi Sensei. He studied Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido with Koichi Tohei Sensei (Founder) for over twenty years. He received instruction from Hiroshi Tada Sensei after rejoining Aikikai in 1994.
In addition to Aikido training and instruction, he studied Zen under Zen and martial arts master Tenshin Tanouye Rotaishi for over 20 years. He also received ten days of personal live-in Shugyo training under Sogen Omori Rotaishi, Tanouye Rotaishi's teacher. Omori Rotaishi is considered one of the preeminent modern masters in Zen, martial arts and calligraphy. Shiohira Sensei trained in Misogi Shugyo at the Ichikukai Dojo under Tesso Hino Sensei.
Shiohira Sensei has been training and teaching Aikido as THE WAY. Several of his students have become Aikido Masters (Shihan) or Zen Masters, and more advanced ones just continue training. He wants to maintain a dojo where one can be free from distractions, to see things as they truly are, and one can move continually towards living a fulfilled life.

Date: Saturday April 17, 2010 -All Aikidoka of all affiliations welcome
Time:1-3pm
Place: Shinzen Dojo
Cost: Pre-registration: $35.00 ($45.00 at the door) + $5.00 for food and drinks at Shinzen Dojo
3:30 - 5pm share food and good company at Shinzen Dojo in Clovis

Make checks payable to: Tammy Anderson Mail to: Shinzen Dojo
702 Pollasky Avenue
Clovis, Calif. 93612
(For more information call: (559) 323-1702)

 

 

SELF DEFENSE SEMINAR
Demonstrations and Training
All Non-martial artists and experienced martial artists welcome

DEC 6, 2008


Seminar Instructors:
Karaan/Sifu Glenn C. Abrescy,
Steven Macillas, Sensei
Tammy Lee Anderson, Sensei

For more information on these teachers go to : www.healing-wellness.com
Date: Saturday DEC 6th, 2008
Time:2-5
Place: to be announced
For more information call: (559)323-1702

 

About : Karaan/Sifu Glenn C. Abrescy


Karaan/Sifu Glenn Canonigo Abrescy, Grandmaster and Founder of Kemscrima-doh combined Chinese Kempo, Imua Kuntao and Filipino Escrima concepts to formulate his own combative brand of armed and unarmed self-defense. He Chairs the United States Kemscrima-doh Association/International Kemscrima-doh Federation. He has been involved in the martial arts, in a formal capacity, since 1956.

Sifu was born in America, in Isleton, CA where he learned escrima. Even at an early age, Sifu was already exposed to the aftermath of knifings and shootings that were a common occurrence in Isleton. His earliest recollection of escrima runs back to preschool days, watching his Uncle Damian Canalita and the many friends that came to his parents house to celebrate the close of a season of working the fields, usually in December. After working hard all summer, it was time to relax. Traditionally the women cooked and prepared the feast while the men where hard at playing escrima. They would start off with familiar drills, and the usual exchange of ideas. Bolder players would work up to exchanging blow for blow. On occasion, serious grudge or rival matches would take place, at times, against players from another party down the street looking for a formidable match to test or sharpen their skills. All in all, things would end well, they would sit down to eat, and the war stories would start pouring out. In the Filipino culture, the best escrimadore is, he, who has the best stories to tell.

Sifus mother, Paula Canonigo Abrescy, her brother Philimon and cousin Damian, were the only three members of the family to receive escrima instructions from Sifus great-grandfather, while growing up in the Philippines. It was Damian who passed the mantle of the familys traditional art and concepts of flowing to Sifu.

Sifus kempo roots trace all the way back to the early 1940s when Hawaii born, Rev. James M. Mitosi, 21st descendant of the founder of Kosho-Shorei Kempo, taught his style of kempo to local citizens. Amongst his students was Adriano D. Emperado, who would later go on to create the infamous Kajukembo Self-Defense System, a style ingrained in Kemscrima-doh.

Note: the word kempo (sometimes spelt kenpo) is the Japanese pronunciation for the Chinese ideograph or Chaun-fa.

Over the years Sifu slowly organized the system that would slowly involve into Kemscrima-doh. Today, Sifu and his family own the name Kemscrima-doh and all unconditional rights and privileged information surrounding the Art. As such, he oversees and maintains all the recognized bodies and events permitted to use the name. He believes his obligation to be a matter of family pride, rather than bottom-line profitability. He will go to great lengths to ensure that associates operating under the banner represent only quality programs that go beyond implied standards.

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AIKIDO SEMINAR
Hideki Shiohira, Shihan, 7th Dan
Pacific Aikido Federation

April 19, 2008


Hideki Shiohira (born 13 march 1948). 7th Dan Aikikai. First taught Aikido by Shizuo Imaizumi Sensei in 1967. Born and raised in Japan he was dispatched to San Francisco to teach Aikido in 1973 by Koichi Tohei Sensei. He currently holds the ranks of 7th Dan Shihan Aikikai and 6th Dan Shihan, Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido. In Addition to Aikido training and instruction, he studied Zen and conducts Zen training at Aikido Center in Mountain View. Currently Shiohira Sensei is the head instructor of the Pacific Aikido Federation which has dojos in Northern and Central California, U.S.

Shiohira Sensei, has been training in, and teaching, Aikido for almost 40 years. His lifelong integration of Aikido, Zen and breath training are embodied in his Aikido and teaching. He is grateful to all of the teachers who have contributed to his continued development and accomplishments.
Shiohira Sensei began studying Aikido as an undergraduate at Waseda University Aikikai under Shizuo Imaizumi Sensei. He continued training at Waseda during graduate school and had one year of live-in training under the second Doshu, Kisshomaru Ueshiba Sensei. He also received instruction from all of the other leading Aikikai World Headquarters instructors at the time, including O-Sensei (Founder), Kisshomaru Ueshiba Sensei (Second Doshu), Koichi Tohei Sensei (Chief Instructor), Kisaburo Osawa Sensei, Morihiro Saito Sensei, Seigo Yamaguchi Sensei, Sadateru Arikawa Sensei and, at Shingu, Michio Hikitsuchi Sensei. He studied Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido with Koichi Tohei Sensei (Founder) for over twenty years. He received instruction from Hiroshi Tada Sensei after rejoining Aikikai in 1994.
In addition to Aikido training and instruction, he studied Zen under Zen and martial arts master Tenshin Tanouye Rotaishi for over 20 years. He also received ten days of personal live-in Shugyo training under Sogen Omori Rotaishi, Tanouye Rotaishi's teacher. Omori Rotaishi is considered one of the preeminent modern masters in Zen, martial arts and calligraphy. Shiohira Sensei trained in Misogi Shugyo at the Ichikukai Dojo under Tesso Hino Sensei.
Shiohira Sensei has been training and teaching Aikido as THE WAY. Several of his students have become Aikido Masters (Shihan) or Zen Masters, and more advanced ones just continue training. He wants to maintain a dojo where one can be free from distractions, to see things as they truly are, and one can move continually towards living a fulfilled life.

Date: Saturday April 19, 2008 -All Aikidoka of all affiliations welcome
Time:1-3pm
Place: Shinzen Dojo
Cost: Pre-registration: $30.00 ($40.00 at the door) + $5.00 for food and drinks at Shinzen Dojo
3:30 - 5pm share food and good company at Shinzen Dojo in Clovis

Make checks payable to: Tammy Anderson Mail to: Shinzen Dojo
702 Pollasky Avenue
Clovis, Calif. 93612
(For more information call: (559) 323-1702)

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Womens Self Defense Workshop

This will be an afternoon workshop in creative self defense strategies for personal saftey and empowerment. Sensei Tammy Lee Anderson will be offering a 2 hour workshop on personal saftey strategies for women. Having a plan, practicing Awareness and practicing a few basic techniques can prevent you from becoming a victim of a crime. Sensei Anderson brings a wealth of expertise and light heartedness to the subject of personal saftey. Come Join Us!

Location: 702 Pollasky, Clovis CA.

Date: Call for upcoming dates in 2008

Time 6:30:-9:30pm:

cost: $20.00 per person - Pre Registration required

*** ask your freinds to come with you

Sign up early this class is limited to 20 students

To sign up call 323-1702

Creative Self Defense for Women

Private lessons in your home for groups of 6 or more

private workshops are 2 hours long

cost: $20.00 per person - Pre Registration / $25.00 at the door

call to schedule: Sensei Anderson: 323-1702

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FEMALE LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING
Increase Officer Safety and Awareness

Learn basic principles of joint locks, lever applications and pain submission holds, Special training in weapons retention, non-lethal force takedowns, controls, compliance holds, handcuffing techniques and awareness techniques


Location: Shinzen Dojo, Clovis, California ---- call for more info: 323-1702
website information: www.healing-wellness.com

 

 



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