Brian Burrows, Principal Instructor - 6th Dan So Hombu, says:
"...I believe that Aikido is only achieved by hard work and dedication and through this you find yourself becoming a better person, therefore Aikido spills into your daily life. Many do not achieve the goal they seek for numerous reasons, one of which and probably the 'main player' is ego..."
You will find here a few essays on the thoughts and feelings of some of our members on what it is to practice Aikido.
If you have an article you would like to show here, contact your instructor for more information.
Discusses various aspects of practice by Sensei Richard Williams.
It's Never Too Late
A personal view by one of our female members.
Why Shun Poo Kan Aikido?
Sensei Dan Gilbert, our friend in the States, gives an insight into his experiences with our organisation.
Chasing The Way
Trying to make sense of "Do" by Sensei Ian Macaulay.