Blue Heron Aikido

Middlebury, Vermont

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Next Beginner Series: September 23 – October 16

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

We welcome all newcomers to join us for for a one-month Aikido introduction series. This series will focus on the fundamental teachings and techniques of Aikido to ensure that all participants start their journey with a solid footing. Classes are mixed youth and adults providing a unique opportunity for adults and youth to train together. […]

Kimberly Richardson Seminar March 14th-16th

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

Blue Heron Aikido Welcomes Kimberly Richardson Sensei, 6th Dan, and Dan McAbee Sensei, 5th Dan, to Vermont for a weekend Aikido seminar. Class Schedule: Friday, March 14th: 6:30-8:00pm — Class with Richardson Sensei at Vermont Aikido in Burlington. Saturday, March 15th: 10:30am-12:30pm– Class with Richardson Sensei at Blue Heron Aikido in Middlebury. Saturday, March 15th: […]

Next Beginner Series: February 18 – March 13

Friday, January 17th, 2014

We welcome all newcomers to join us for for a one-month Aikido introduction series. This series will focus on the fundamental teachings and techniques of Aikido to ensure that all participants start their journey with a solid footing. Classes are mixed youth and adults providing a unique opportunity for adults and youth to train together. […]

Schedule Change: Monday January 20th

Friday, January 17th, 2014

On Monday, January 20, 2014 class will be held at 5:30pm rather than 7pm.

Seminar Nov. 9-10th – Tom Read Sensei: Founder of Aikibojitsu — The Art of the Staff

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

John Thomas Read is widely recognized for his ability to teach the full variety of Aikido technique. Read Sensei has spent the past thirty years teaching both practical technique, and a complete philosophical basis for power through non-resistance. Read Sensei began Aikido in 1969 after a concentrated period of study in traditional karate. Drawn to […]

Next Beginner Series: September 24 – October 17

Monday, September 9th, 2013

We welcome all newcomers to join us for for a one-month Aikido introduction series. This series will focus on the fundamental teachings and techniques of Aikido to ensure that all participants start their journey with a solid footing. Classes are mixed youth and adults providing a unique opportunity for adults and youth to train together. […]

Next Beginner Series: July 9 – August 1

Friday, June 28th, 2013

We welcome all newcomers to join us for for a one-month Aikido introduction series. This series will focus on the fundamental teachings and techniques of Aikido to ensure that all participants start their journey with a solid footing. Classes are mixed youth and adults providing a unique opportunity for adults and youth to train together. […]

Charles Colten Seminar March 2-3, 2013

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Blue Heron Aikido welcomes Charles Colten Sensei (4th Dan) to Middlebury Vermont for a weekend seminar. Charles Colten is the director and chief instructor of Aikido in the Schools, which is committed to bringing the benefits of Aikido to youth in public and private schools. He also teaches privately to adults in New York City […]

Next Beginner Series: February 19 – March 14

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

We welcome all newcomers to join us for for a one-month Aikido introduction series. This series will focus on the fundamental teachings and techniques of Aikido to ensure that all participants start their journey with a solid footing. Classes are mixed youth and adults providing a unique opportunity for adults and youth to train together. […]

New Children’s Program beginning October 9th

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Blue Heron Aikido is happy to announce a new children’s program! We welcome all children from ages 7-11 to train with us and explore what it means to be powerful yet nonviolent. Taught by Jeff Stauch and Greg Selover, the program focuses on instilling respect for ourselves and for others, discipline, and a dedication toward […]

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