UPCOMING EVENTS

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Roaring Fork Aikikai 1st Anniversary Seminar with Jaime Kahn, 6th Dan, New York Aikikai

Saturday, June 16, 2018:

  • 10-12 - Aikido

  • 12-2 - Lunch

  • 2-4 - Aikido

 

Sunday, June 17, 2018:

  • 11-2 - Aikido

  • 2:30 - Potluck Celebration at the Dojo

    All active Aikido practitioners of all skill levels are welcome. Cost is $30 for one day, $50 for both days.  Registration is limited to the first 24 people to sign up.  

    Click Here to Register

    Seminar takes place at Roaring Fork Aikikai, 2553 Dolores Way, Carbondale, CO 81623.  Contact us with questions at (970) 340-8178 or mike@rfaikikai.com.


    About Jamie Kahn, 6th Dan, Shidoin, New York Aikikai:

    Jaime Kahn started Aikido in 1990 while enrolled at NYU, joining a class taught by Claire Keller in the school gym. A devoted wrestler and team co-captain in high school, he expected to simply try out something new while preparing to join the university's wrestling team.

    However, it was "love at first fall". “I was in great physical shape, and thought I was tough. Then I felt this small woman effortlessly throw me with such grace and power! I decided that however long it took, I would learn this art."

    Soon after, Jaime began training at the New York Aikikai under Yamada Sensei and the amazing staff of instructors he had assembled there. Jaime lived in the dojo for the summer between his junior and senior year, and after graduating, returned to spend a year as uchideshi.

    Since then, he has continued his Aikido training at the New York Aikikai, as well as traveled extensively for seminars.

     Jaime Kahn started Aikido in 1990 while enrolled at NYU, joining a class taught by  Claire Keller  in the school gym. A devoted wrestler and team co-captain in high school, he expected to simply try out something new while preparing to join the university's wrestling team.  However, it was "love at first fall". “I was in great physical shape, and thought I was tough. Then I felt this small woman effortlessly throw me with such grace and power! I decided that however long it took, I would learn this art."  Soon after, Jaime began training at the  New York Aikikai  under Yamada Sensei and the amazing staff of instructors he had assembled there. Jaime lived in the dojo for the summer between his junior and senior year, and after graduating, returned to spend a year as uchideshi.  Since then, he has continued his Aikido training at the New York Aikikai, as well as traveled extensively for seminars.