Bob Poresky Seminar in Batavia

Mushin Aikido Dojo in Batavia, IL will be hosting a two-day seminar with Bob Poresky Saturday, November 4 and Sunday, November 5.
Bob Poresky is the founder and chief instructor of Capital Aikikai of Syracuse.  Spanning over three and a half decades, he has an extensive and diverse involvement in martial arts.  He currently holds the rank of godan (5th degree blackbelt) and is certified as a shidoin (instructor) by Aikido Hombu (Headquarters) Dojo.  In addition, he holds a nanadan (7th degree black belt) as a shihan (master instructor) in karate, as well as black belt rankings in aikijujutsu and iaido.
Bob Poresky’s practice and teaching focus on traditional martial principles and philosophies, all aspects of self-defense, and self-development.  He sits on the Board of Governors of the Capital Aikikai Federation and is one of Clyde Takeguchi Shihan’s senior students.
Bob Poresky Aikido Seminar
Saturday, November 4 and Sunday, November 5.
Classes starting at 10:00 AM
Directions
River West Family Fitness is at the Southwest corner of Shumway and First St., one block south of Wilson Street and two blocks east of Rt 31 in Batavia.  Parking is available on the north and east sides of the building.  Enter through the front door, north side of the building on First Street under the canopy.
Accommodations
Hotel information below.  Spaces available for sleeping bags on the mat.  Please call in advance if you have any special needs.  Refreshments, snacks and maps to local eateries will be available.  Dinner on Saturday night at the dojo will be a catered meat course with salads, potluck side dishes, desserts and beverages.  Bring your own food and drink of choice.  No donations needed (None refused).
A block of rooms are reserved at the Comfort Inn of Geneva.  Prices are $92/night for a double queen (two queen beds) or a king suite (a king bed and a twin couch).  Please mention“aikido” when booking.  Comfort Inn guarantees these rates until 10/1/2016.  After that date, they will honor the rate as rooms are available.
Comfort Inn & Suites of Geneva
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