Spring Seminar with Chris Mulligan Shihan
March 11 - March 13
Join us in welcoming Chris Mulligan Shihan, from Aikido Kyoto, back to the Pacific Northwest for Tacoma Aikikai’s Spring Seminar.
Mulligan Sensei began training Aikido in 1972. In 1978, he traveled to Japan and ended up staying 11 years, training mostly at the Aikikai Hombu dojo. At Hombu, he trained with all the Shihan, following mainly I. Shibata Shihan. Upon returning to the states, Chris Sensei, along with Yoko Okamoto Sensei, established Portland Aikikai under the tutelage of Yamada Shihan of NY Aikikai. Chris Sensei draws on his experience to explore the deep structure of and connection between aikido body arts and weapons.
Due to ongoing concerns with the spread of COVID-19, mitigation measures are in place: 1.) To register, you must qualify as fully vaccinated and/or boosted (if within the time window recommended for booster shots); 2.) masks are worn in the dojo and while training; and 3.) pre-registration is required and space is limited. To adapt to changing conditions, protocols may be updated as advised by the CDC. Any changes will be updated on this website and communicated to all registered attendees.
March 11-13, 2022
Spring Seminar in Aikido and Aikido Weapons
Friday, Jan 17: 6-730 pm
Saturday, Jan 18: 10-12 noon | 2-4 pm
Sunday, Jan 19: 10- 12 pm
Full seminar: $120
Saturday only: $80
Sunday only: $50
*Please bring weapons
Downloadable pdf flyer Chris Mulligan Shihan
2502 S. 12th St
Tacoma, WA 98405