Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 6PM mixed Aikido/Judo
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6PM Kids classes are on hiatus and will re-start shortly
Summer Benefit Clinic @ Windsong (Mix, Pearson, Hussey, Bieler, Parker) - June 12-14
Judo with Justin, Jesse, Andy, and John
groundwork mobility cycle, crawfishing, short sit-in, meatgrinder entry, scraping a guy off your back
ukigoshi - three variations - pulling uke in, stepping through, and turning back in.
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