Sep
26

Brian Kagen pick: “Cultural Center Focuses On Community – Gaku Homma of Denver” from thedenverchannel.com

“Many martial arts studios put an emphasis on enhancing mind and body. At the Nippon Kan Japanese Cultural Center in Denver, they also focus on community. Chief instructor Gaku Homma teaches the Japanese martial art of aikido. It relies on open hands, not fists. The idea is to help people develop themselves. Homma makes sure those open hands extend to the community.

Brian Kagen is an avid web researcher with a particular interest in martial arts. His training background includes both judo and aikido. He has contributed hundreds of article links over the years for AJ readers.

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Comments

  1. open hands are fine. fists are also fine. it depends on what you need at the time. standing your ground and duking it out, however, is a losing tactic for an aikidoka.