Know nothing at all about martial arts? Oh, c'mon. You've seen a Jackie Chan movie, right? No? How 'bout the Karate Kid? Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon? Kung Fu Panda?
Even if movies were your only exposure to the martial arts, you probably already understand some basic principles of the form.
The martial arts are philosophically grounded in theories about awareness, predictive moves, and stepping away from trouble. AiKiDo, the model we refer to in AiKi Training, is particularly focused on ideas such as resisting the natural tendency to defend in the same way we're attacked. AiKi proposes communication moves such as pulling when pushed, or pushing when pulled, or -- best of all -- stepping aside to avoid relational conflict altogether.
AiKi Training coaches you in techniques to sidestep verbal attacks, avoid quarrels over silly nonsense, and tackle problems without triggering your partner.
|It's a mind thing|
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