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    Japanese Swordsmanship Genbukan

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    If the Walking Dead has taught you anything, it's that knowing how to use a Japanese sword is incredibly useful in the zombie apocalypse. Don't be unprepared if the dead start rising. Aikido of Westchester is best way to learn the artform of properly handling a Japanese sword. You'll learn to unsheath, cut, and sheath your sword with finesse and proper technique. While the swords look and feel real, they are perfectly safe to use, so don't worry about injuring yourself or others. Get in touch with your inner Michonne and learn how brandish a Japanese Sword with Aikido of Westchester.
    Japanese Swordsmanship Genbukan

    100 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains

    • Learn the Japanese art of drawing a sword and cutting
    • Receive expert advice from passionate instructors
    • Use swords that look and feel like the real thing but are perfectly safe to use
    • Practice your moves on imaginary foes
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    Introductory Kendo - 1 Hour

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    Not all sword fighting is about anger, aggression, and hurting your opponent. Some, like this beginner kendo class, are different and even enlightening! This kendo class will teach you the importance of respecting your opponent and achieving a valid strike. Training will improve your strength, speed, stamina, reflexes, and concentration. Repetition will be the vehicle for your training and improvement in a discipline that encourages self-awareness (while being very enjoyable at the same time). Soon you will start handling a weapon like a master with a training in kendo.
    Introductory Kendo - 1 Hour

    110 W 14th St, New York

    • Train in the modern Japanese bamboo sword fighting martial art known as kendo
    • Practice with bamboo swords as you are introduced to this art
    • Increase your speed, strength, stamina, concentration and improve your reflexes
    • Learn how kendo is more about respecting your opponent than anger and aggression
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    Aikido

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    A wise fighter never tries to harm his opponent, he only tries to make sure his opponent can cause no harm. That is exactly what you'll do while learning the martial art of Aikido. Aikido is all about learning to use the opponent's momentum against them. You'll learn to do just that from expert and passionate instructors at Aikido Westchester. You'll improve your coordination, balance, and stamina all while getting an extremely effective workout. Become the wise fighter you know you can be with Aikido of Westchester.
    Aikido

    100 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains

    • Learn to gently defend yourself with the Japanese martial art of Aikido
    • Receive expert advice from passionate instructors
    • Improve your balance, coordination, and stamina while practicing the basic moves of the martial art
    • Leave feeling confident and and recharged
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    2 positive reviews
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    Intro to Weaponry

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    Tired of hand to hand combat? Want to liven things up a bit? Then it's time to familiarize yourself with some weaponry. Learn the basics in this instructive kung fu weapons class by Wu Tang USA. You will have the opportunity to use either a dagger, saber or staff to learn fundamental concepts and forms. Practice two man forms as well, including techniques such as blocking and timing. Each class is taught by a Wu Tang trained martial artist, who has over 10 years of experience, so you are sure to learn from the best. Take your martial arts training to a whole new level!
    Intro to Weaponry

    134-20 Northern Blvd, Queens

    • Learn the basics of weaponry
    • Practice with a dagger, saber and staff after being trained empty-handed
    • Master fundamental concepts and weapon forms, including attacking, blocking and timing
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    Tai Chi/ Chi Gong

    If you’re in need of a little “me time” to relax and find inner peace again, then you are absolutely ready to try Tai Chi. Tai Chi involves a series of soft movements and continued relaxation. You will practice aligning body, breath, and mind for benefits to your health, meditation practice, and martial arts training. You will cultivate balance and positive life energy. Many Eastern philosophies believe practicing Tai Chi/Chi Gong will awaken your “true nature” as you develop more human potential. The slow, repetitive work has even been shown to open internal circulation and joint pressure. Find balance in your life again through this ancient practice.
    Tai Chi/ Chi Gong

    99 Canal St, New York

    • Learn the fundamentals of the Tai Chi practice and technique under the guidance of a trained instructor
    • Practice true relaxation and find inner tranquility in a group setting
    • Increase overall health and energy as you execute slow, thoughtful movements
    • No experience necessary
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    Hapkido

    With it's pay-per-view status and extensive fan base, MMA seemingly rules the martial arts world right now. But there's another form, a forgotten one from Korea known as Hapkido. Combining strikes, blocks, holds, throws, weapons (what?!), and healing, Hapkido is a form of Korean mixed martial arts. Practical and versatile, this class will help you develop self-defense skills, and a framework for perfect mental, physical, and spiritual integration. Through constant motion and fluidity, you'll learn how to blend with an opponent’s force and create a more powerful one of your own. Embrace the uniqueness that is Hapkido!
    Hapkido

    475 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn Hapkido, the Korean form of Mixed Martial Arts
    • Combine strikes, blocks, holds, throws, weapons, and healing in this constant flow of physical activity
    • Embrace the mindset of this defensive martial art, one that emphasizes the integration of body, mind and spirit
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    Kungfu/Wushu for Beginners

    Kung Fu can be translated as "skill cultivated through time and effort.” Make the most of your time with an introductory class to this refined martial art! Begin by learning the basic strikes, blocks, and kicks necessary to defend yourself in the Kung Fu/Wushu style. Utilizing a combination of strength, flexibility, speed, and stamina you're sure to get a full body workout while you practice. Emphasis is placed on proper form, technique, and attitude, to challenge you mentally and physically. Get ready to gain power, strength and new defensive capabilities!
    Kungfu/Wushu for Beginners

    99 Canal St, New York

    • Be introduced to the fundamentals of Kung Fu/Wushu
    • Combine punches and kicks with footwork and defensive strategies
    • Acquire self-defense skills you can utilize in real life situations
    • Increase flexibility, speed, strength, and stamina
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    Wing Chun Martial Arts

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    What’s your go-to move for defending, yourself? Is it somewhere between a slap to the face and a kick to the shin? If so, it's time to learn a few new practical maneuvers. Wing Chun is a concept-based Chinese martial art form of self-defense utilizing both striking and grappling. This technique specializes in real world, close-range combat that uses the most economical physical movements to achieve maximum effectiveness against an opponent. With Wing Mo Kwoon, you will discover how to effectively defend yourself using these moves. You'll also go through mental training that will strengthen your mind and improve your confidence. Before you know it you'll be calm, cool, and collected in any situation, and be able to defend yourself without breaking a sweat!
    Wing Chun Martial Arts

    35 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn the fundamental movements of Wing Chun using various hand and foot techniques
    • Improve your physical fitness along with concentration, balance, and discipline
    • Boost your self resistance, improve your posture, and develop strong self-confidence
    • No experience necessary
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    2 positive reviews
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    Qigong

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    Take a deep breath. In. And out. Developed in the Shaolin Monastery, Qigong fosters your internal energy in a gentle way to revitalize your muscles, tendons, and ligaments, achieving a balanced state of internal energy in the human body. Perfect for elders or those recovering from illness, Qigong can help develop explosive power, stamina, and resist injury. During this class, you'll focus on stretching, breathing, and visualization techniques to achieve holistic health goals, as you increase blood and energy flow. Looking to relax, sculpt the body, and cure your cold? Qigong does it all.
    Qigong

    21 Spring St, New York

    • Achieve a balanced state of internal energy through stretching, breathing, and visualization techniques
    • Increase blood and energy flow to improve your power and stamina
    • Achieve holistic health goals in a relaxing setting
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    1 positive reviews

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