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May 07, 2014
Monday, May 26, 2014
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Peaceful Samurai™ Ki Aikido Kids’ Summer Camps:
Boulder Ki Aikido is excited to offer Peaceful Samurai™ Camps for children this summer. Drop off the kids for a safe, fun-filled and constructive week of ki games, ki aikido drills, taigi arts, Samurai weapons arts, ki principles, story time and more. Classes will be taught by Villacorta Sensei, 3rd dan.
Session I – June 9-13   *   Session II – June 16-20   *   Session III – July 7-11
Each camp session will meet M, W, F, from 9am-2pm. Open to children with or without any prior ki aikido experience, ages 6-12.
Register your child by May 15th and SAVE $35 on individual camps.
For more information and to register, please click here.

First Mondays,
third Wednesdays:

Last summer, we kicked off a new tradition to give all BKA members an opportunity to catch up with one another on a non-aikido, social level after class:
Every first Monday and every third Wednesday of each month, our All-Levels Class will be extended an extra 30 minutes and meet from 6:00 to 8:00pm. We'll be going out to a restaurant somewhere close to the dojo after class. Make a note of it so you remember!

More seminars with Kashiwaya Sensei and Ki Aikido USA events at

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Our Ki-Store features some convenient merchandise:  You can order the uniform and wooden weapons you need for your training right here at our dojo.

DOJO PHONE NUMBER:  720.288.0233


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Recurring Events at Rocky Mountain Ki Society:

SOKU SHIN NO GYO, aka Bell Misogi, usually on the 1st Saturday of each month at 7:00am in the Westminster Dojo: Sokushin No Gyo is an intense breath training that involves ringing a bell along with vigorous kiai. This practice helps you to develop plus ki and learn more about breathing. Lead by an instructor, you'll train to coordinate mind and body by chanting while swinging a bell, and harmonizing with a group of ki-aikidoka. This is one of the most powerful ways to do ki training, an experience not to be missed; you have to feel it to know what it is like. -- If you want to attend Sokushin No Gyo, but have never come before, you'd need to ask your instructor about the basics first. Please contact Derek Nabel Sensei for date and time confirmation!



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