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Children

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Adults

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Weapon

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Internal Power

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Seminars

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Training/times

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Grading

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Images

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Contact

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Activity calendar

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Prices

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Where/Who are we?

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Extern Links

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About Aikido

Welcome

Sunyata Aikido Dojo - Heggedal

Training times

More details can be found in activity calendar.

Normally we train:

Come to training. Coming to the Dojo and training with other like-minded people is the best support for yourself and the Dojo.

Get well - stay home if you are sick

Mouliko Halén

Seminars

More details can be found in activity calendar.

Upcomming seminars:


    Directions

    Directions to Sunyata Aikido Dojo in Heggedal (click here). Heggedal is located about 25 km outside Oslo.

    Sunyata Aikido Dojo in Heggedal is subject to Aikido Kobayashi Dojo, with Yasuo Kobayashi Shoshihan and Sensei Hiroaki Kobayashi (7.dan). Head coach Mouliko Halén (7th Dan) has been training Aikido since 1973 and founded Sunyata Aikido Dojo in 1984.

    The dojo has previously been located in various places in Oslo, but has since 2010 been located in Heggedal. Our Aikido Dojo in Heggedal has many highly ranked instructors and practitioners.


    General information

    Morihei Ueshiba Osensei (1883 - 1969) is the founder of Aikido. He has been an inspiration to the world’s Aikido instructors and practitioners.

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    Morihei Ueshiba O'sensei

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    Japan

    Map of Japan showing the major locations in Ueshiba's life. Morihei Ueshiba was born in Nishinotani village (now part of the city of Tanabe).

    Our instructors are,

    • Yasuo Kobayashi Shoshihan
    • Hiroaki Kobayashi sensei 7 dan
    • Mouliko Halén 7 dan dojo cho
    • Magnus Norryd 3 dan
    • André Walgren kid training 1 dan
    • Haakon B. Martinsen 2 kyu
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    Yasuo Kobayashi

    Yasuo Kobayashi Shoshihan

    Yasuo Kobayashi, 8. dan Aikikai, is representant for Aikido Kobayashi Dojo which has more than 120 connected Dojos over the whole world.

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    Hiroaki Kobayashi

    Hiroaki Kobayashi sensei 7. dan Aikikan

    Hiroaki Kobayashi dojocho started aikido when he was three years old, as the first member of Aikido Kobayashi Dojo.

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    Children

    The training for “beginner children” is based a lot on play and fun while focusing on Aikido and its principles such as rules, respect, discipline and self-control. As children get older and gain more experience, the focus is more and more on Aikido’s principles. Feel free to stop by for a trial lesson.

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    Adults

    Women and men train together in all classes. The more advanced practitioners help beginners understand what we do and why we do it. The main training is based on a logical syllabus that starts from the first day of training. Feel free to drop by for a trial lesson.

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    Weapon

    Our weapons training is based on basic weapon techniques with Jo, Bokken, Tanto. The weapons training starts after passing 5.kyu. Basic principles about weapons are important and widely practiced. It includes correct posture, body control, movements, footwork, arm positions, hands, self-training, etc.

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    Internal Power

    Internals: body exercises designed to change tendons, ligaments, muscles, fascia and body mass as a whole.

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    Seminars

    Our head coach from Japan Hiroaki Kobayashi sensei holds the training one Thursday night a year in our dojo. It takes place during our annual graduation seminar with Hiroaki sensei in Oslo (usually in late January or early February). We also invite several good international instructors to the club so that our members will have the opportunity to try different training methods and to get new input. Many other athletes then come to visit the club because they want competence development and pleasant company.

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    Training/times

    Aikido training is meant to promote physical and mental training, according to the skill level of each skill and repeatedly practice so that anyone can train.

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    Grading

    Grading is when practitioners show what they can and have learned since the last grading, a kind of exam. It is important to be concentrated, relaxed, alert, and at the same time master the current syllabus (as well as the syllabus from previous grades).

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    Images

    Here you can see what our Aikido looks like.
    Sigurd Rage has taken most of the pictures.

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    Contact

    Contact Information
    Mouliko Halén: (+47) 930 27 309
    e-mail: mouliko@online.no
    Address: Sunyata Aikido Dojo Heggedal, Åmotveien 2 (Heggedal Fabrikker, bygg 11), 1389 Heggedal, Norway

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    Activity calendar

    Detailed trening-, seminar- and camp-times can be found in aktivitetskalender.

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    Prices

    Adult

    Annual membership fee is NOK. 450 (incl. insurance and fee to the Norwegian Martial Arts Association).

    Training fee is NOK. 590 / month or NOK. 3505 / six months (paid in January and July).

    Training fee can also be paid with a NOK clip card. 1,000 / ten training sessions in the calendar year in which it is purchased (purchased at the club).

    Grading fee is NOK. 350 for Kyu gradings.

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    Where/Who are we?

    We are a group that practices and wants to learn more about Aikido, to learn a skill, in a good friendly way, by being nice to each other.

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    Extern Links

    See further for links regarding

    • Aikido clubs in Aikikan Norway
    • Norges Aikidoportal
    • Aikido International
    • Friendship Dojos - Norway
    • Friendship Dojos - International

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    About Aikido

    Aikido is a martial art that trains body and mind mastery. Aikido is founded by Morihei Ueshiba, Read about why Ueshiba must have had a very high skill and development as a human being.

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