Aikido Vilassar

Make and receive visits

Foto de grup al Ateneu de Vilassar de Mar: Kihon Pineda +Aikido Vilassar 18/02/2015 Foto de grup al Ateneu de Vilassar de Mar: Kihon Pineda +Aikido Vilassar 18/02/2015 Foto de grup al Kihon Hospitalet de Llobregat: Kihon Pineda+ Aikido Vilassaar +amfitrions 26/02/2015 Foto de grup al Kihon Hospitalet de Llobregat: Kihon Pineda+ Aikido Vilassaar +amfitrions 26/02/2015
Author: Euclides Bedia
Notice: this text has been translated automatically.

These last weeks of February the club could implement something very beneficial for practitioners and the club itself and is inherent to the philosophy of aikido as the practice has spread and sympathize with generosity and spirit open.

On February 18, we received the pleasant visit of fellow Kihon Pineda. "Headed" by his teacher David Caballero we shared a very fruitful meeting of aikido. On some of his students was their first time away from home came to aikido, lost their "virginity". Two groups of practitioners who already knew some of the courses Weekend enjoyed two great masters where everyone could teach his way of Aikido. Enrichment for all, apart from simply having new people with whom and unpacking techniques.

In the next week and thanks to Master David Caballero, a couple of students of Aikido Vilassar could go for a visit, also coaching the club Kihon of Hospitalet de Llobregat, directed by maestro Antonio Martín. The teacher greeted us as a good host and welcomed us to their regular classroom. And so a new session on diversity and change were an appropriate complement rather than as ordinary practice in the club itself.

These two events led to the following reflection on writing this article; the world is too big and interesting for us that we were looking at the navel. One good move, good to share openly and without prejudice, without losing the origins and roots. The exclusive and exclusionary groups lead to the stagnation of technology and progress as aikidoques. The fact of going to classes, can go to other dojos, receive other dojos as hosts is something that should be promoted as beneficial to everyone individually as collectively.

This shows the importance of courtesy, one of the values ​​that make up the "bushido" as being good hosts to those who sell us, make them feel at home, while being humble and grateful when we "home" and another will open the doors of their knowledge and their world.

I do not want to finish the review without a repeat again my gratitude on behalf of the whole group to David Caballero possible to visit both of our group home, and after the visit to help us master Antonio Hospitalet .

Publish date: March 10, 2015, 6:30 a.m.