April 2024

Aikido, a martial art developed in Japan in the early 20th century by Morihei Ueshiba, is often regarded as a unique form of self-defence due to its emphasis on harmony, redirection of force, and non-violent resolution of conflicts. While some

Aikido offers profound insights into the principles of leadership, emphasizing harmony, empathy, and effective communication. While Aikido is primarily known as a martial art focused on self-defence and personal development, its principles can be applied to leadership roles in various

Aikido, often referred to as the "art of peace," encompasses not only empty-handed techniques but also training with traditional Japanese weapons. Among the most prominent weapons utilized in Aikido are the jo and bokken, each offering unique insights into the

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