Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Three new Dan grades in Selby

I would like to congratulate the following for their achievements in Ki Aikido with the Selby dojo.

  • Wayne Acaster    - 2nd Dan
  • Adrian Ward         - 1st Dan
  • Andrew Smith      - 1st Dan

Well done to Dave Connell for continuing with them and getting them to achieve this.

Monday, March 29, 2010

BKAA October seminar

Although I had feedback from various dojos, based on this and the poll that has been run. 

The next BKAA seminar will be held at the Swindon dojo.

Dates will be confirmed, although we should be able to get both Saturday and Sunday at a more reasonable price.

Thanks to all who replied.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Live blade sword med 4

Hi folks,
Do any of your good selves have the sword med for 3rd Dan on DVD or video? I know it as meditation 4. It is a solo unlike the sword med for 2nd dan. I have a version written down, but if anyone has another version, please let me know.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

New members and grading update

I would like to welcome.the following members to the BKAA

Paul Kent-Smith - Bournemouth
James Gomm - Colchester
Richard Ward - Selby

To congratulate and recognise the progression through the grades, I would like to let all know of the following:

Ricardo Falchi -  5th Kyu - Finsbury
Ruben Kempenaar - 5th Kyu - Finsbury
Betsy Hayward - 5th Kyu - Bristol
Tony Bromiley - 5th Kyu- Bristol

If I have missed anyone, let me know and I will update

Also you will see to the side of this that I have added a poll for the next BKAA seminar, to make it more central for all dojos, the choices are:
  • Sports centre in Milton Keynes
  • Swindon dojo
  • Judo centre in High Wycombe. 
Please could you make a choice and then I can arrange booking and set the date for your diaries.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Spring Seminar at Bath Uni

I would like to thank all those members who came along today and made the day an enjoyable event for all.

Although the distances travelled were far, it seemed that all had a good day out and a mixture of topics were explored.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

BKAA Spring Seminar - Saturday 13th March 2010

 Seminar is still being held at the University of Bath next week, agenda will be a selection of ideas from the club sensei.

Although numbers are reduced, this event will continue this time.

Future events will be in a more central location, hopefully to improve attendance.

See you next week