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Indiana Ki Aikido





 

 

                  

Dan Atwater - Head Instructor

A fundamental principle of Ki Aikido is that the “mind moves the body”, meaning that whatever we think and feel, we bring into the world. When we feel conflict, we invite conflict to enter the world. When we feel peace, we invite peace. Through our training we gain a practical understanding of how to better ourselves and bring that into the world. We also learn the great power and freedom that attends a mind that is peacefully connected to the universe.

The mission of Indiana Ki Aikido is to help all practitioners discover the power and freedom that comes from this connection, and how to become more effective in their daily lives.

Classes are available to anyone with access to the Earlham College Athletics and Wellness Center, including Earlham faculty, staff, students, and their families. All sessions are concurrent with the Earlham College Aikido Class and the Earlham College Aikido Club.


Class Schedule
Tuesday: 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Adults)
Thursday: 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Adults)
Earlham Athletics & Wellness Center membership required.

Location/Directions
Athletics & Wellness Center, Earlham College, 801 National Rd. West, Richmond, IN 47374

 


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