Slideshow and video: Aikido Seminar in Las Vegas with Stanley Pranin

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“When you leave here, you’ll have a toolbox to
improve your techniques, and health and fitness!”

Here is a collection of nice images that will give you a feel for the seminar conducted by Stanley Pranin held October 5-7 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event was limited to a small number of participants who spent the weekend training together, brainstorming, and exchanging ideas. All of the participants were yudansha and most were active teachers and dojo operators.

The focus of the seminar was the principles of Morihei Ueshiba O-Sensei’s aikido as they apply to techniques. Stanley Pranin often injected historical background the helped explained how aikido came to be in its present state.

Stanley Pranin will be conducting a similar event in Las Vegas, November 2-4 addressing the same theme. Three spots are left, so if any one is interested in joining us, we would be happy to welcome you on a first-come, first-served basis. Detailed information is available here.

Click here to make a non-refundable $25 deposit to
reserve a place at the November 2-4 seminar (Only 3 places left!)


  1. I noticed no hakama. I presume this was to get full awareness of stance and foot movement.

    • In the last few years, we have not worn hakama in our dojo workouts because of the fact that we have incorporated yoga exercises into our warmups and due to to extreme heat in summer here in Las Vegas.

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