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AAI-Polska Hombu Recognition
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Kenshinkan dojo is connected to Hombu dojo, Tokyo Japan through Tomasz Krzyzanowski Sensei, 6 Dan.

AAI-Polska Hombu Recognition
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Kenshinkan dojo povezan je s Hombu dojom, Tokyo, Japan preko Senseija Tomasza Krzyzanowskog, 6 Dan.

Sunday, 21 April 2013 10:35

Tajana Bundara

Tajana Bundara, 3 Dan, started with martial arts at the age of 10. First encounter with Aikido she experienced in 1997, after she came back from studies (she  holds a university degree in English and German language) to her home town Split. So she started practising with Robert Malić sensei, 4 Dan Aikikai, in Eidokan dojo in Split. Since then she has also trained with several other Aikido teachers, including a short period of time

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 11:46

Meido Moore

Meido Moore Sensei: Shinjinkai President and Chief Instructor.
Meido Moore began martial arts training in 1986, and in 1988 traveled to study meditation under Buddhist teachers in India and Nepal. In 1990 he was invited by the Aikido and Zen master Tenzan Toyoda Sensei to Chicago, where he began the first of six years residence as uchideshi (personal apprentice) under that teacher.

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 12:13

Tomasz Krzyzanowski

Tomasz Krzyzanowski Sensei AAI-Polska President and Chief Instructor (6 Dan Aikikai)
Tomasz Krzyzanowski started his martial arts training in high school. He experienced his first Aikido steps at the age of 16 in Suwalki, and continued the same martial arts path during his studies in Warsaw. In 1991 upon invitation of Aikido Association of America he travelled to Chicago and trained for 3 months under Fumio Toyoda Shihan, President and Chief Instructor of AAA.

   
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