On-Going Classes for Youths
The Cobalt Activity Center, Creswell, Oregon
Creswell Resident Sensei R.Vicente Rubio instructs all classes
Aikido –A Martial Art of non-violence
CHILDREN : Ages 5 - 8 years OLD 4-5pm
PRE-TEEN: Ages 9-12 years old 5-6pm
TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
TEEN: AGES 13-18 YEARS OLD 5-6PM
Aikido, which translates to- 'Way of harmony' -is a Japanese martial of non-violence. A aikido practitioner learns to move and blend with aggression and stress. Not standing in one place one avoids getting hit. Sensei Rubio focuses on body conditioning, posture and alignment, extending and projecting energy and presence, and learning how to fall and recover. The student develops self-control, discipline and respectful behavior.
$15/ single class
$100/one unlimited monthly classes
$150/ for one and one sibling- unlimited monthly classes
Full scholarships are available for all youth classes. A full-scholarship includes access to all aikido classes all levels for a three-month scholarship award cycle that is reevaluated at the end of cycle. A free gi - uniform , is provided. Sensei encourages all to inquire about scholarship availability and guidelines.
Sensei Rubio - A 5th Dan aikidoka under Sensei Yoshimitsu Yamada, 8th Dan, New York Aikikai, N.Y, and a disciple of the martial arts since 1985 which included capoeira, aikido, and mixed close-combat martial training.
Also, a former professional dancer/choreographer and teacher for 30 years, Sensei Rubio is a compassionate, clear communicator and master teacher on Mind/Body Health, Fitness and Well-being training. He has been in private practice since 1990 as a Life/social skills mentor to young people, ages 11-28 years old, on the Autism Spectrum (AS) in New York, Oregon, California, and most recently Hawai’i. He also worked extensively with adults with special needs, and individuals who suffered from PTSD and TBI.
For more information
Sensei R.Vicente Rubio 541 658-5354 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The purpose of training is to tighten up the slack, toughen the body, and polish the spirit” – Aikido Founder -Morihei Ueshiba