Are you interested in gaining quicker reflexes and learning practical strategies for self-defense?
Many women have never considered aikido, but practitioners know that it offers self-defense training and so much more.
Aikido Teaches You to Use an Attacker’s Power Against Him
Aikido is a martial art that teaches you to deflect your opponent’s energy. With a combination of joint locks, throws, and tactical breakfalls, aikido trains you to use your opponent’s power against him.
You also learn
- How to avoid being struck, punched, or taken down
- Wrist locks that can disable an opponent
- Ways to put an opponent off balance without using force
- Sensitivity to shifts in your opponent’s stance
- Footwork that can neutralize attacks
The best thing about aikido is that it’s for everyone. You don’t have to be tall or strong to learn these techniques.
Aikido Offers Benefits Beyond Self-Defense
Along with self-defense strategies, you also gain
- Added confidence, increased independence, and a sense of achievement
- A calmer mind, sharpened wit, and more effective natural instincts
- Increased flexibility and strengthened leg and core muscles
- A sense of purpose and spirituality not often found in other practices
- A better understanding of body mechanics
- The mental and physical skills to de-escalate threatening situations
Aikido Might Just Be the Practice You’ve Been Looking For
Condition your body and your mind while you learn techniques that will increase your confidence and keep you safe. Aikido is a dynamic practice that gives you a foundation for self-defense and a path for holistic development.
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