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5th dan Aikikai, 1st class trainer

Martin Švihla

I star­ted with mar­tial arts in 1988. It was kara­te at the begin­ning and after 6 years I dis­co­ve­red aiki­do and it gives me joy and inspi­rati­on until today. I’ve been tea­ching adults and kids from 1997, in 1999 I finished my uni­ver­si­ty stu­dy of phy­s­i­cal edu­cati­on and I beca­me a tra­i­ner with a spe­ci­a­li­zati­on in aiki­do. Later I also stu­died Japa­ne­se massage shi­at­su.

Aiki­do attracts me with its infi­ni­te depth, dyna­mics of move­ment and rich con­tact with other peo­ple. It pro­vi­des me a spa­ce whe­re I can stu­dy con­flict, con­tact and com­mu­ni­cati­on, whe­re I can stu­dy myself.

I use my mar­tial arts expe­ri­en­ce in dai­ly life as well as in my pro­jects.

5th dan Aikikai, 1st class trainer

Martin Švihla

I star­ted with mar­tial arts in 1988. It was kara­te at the begin­ning and after 6 years I dis­co­ve­red aiki­do and it gives me joy and inspi­rati­on until today. I’ve been tea­ching adults and kids from 1997, in 1999 I finished my uni­ver­si­ty stu­dy of phy­s­i­cal edu­cati­on and I beca­me a tra­i­ner with a spe­ci­a­li­zati­on in aiki­do. Later I also stu­died Japa­ne­se massage shi­at­su.
Aiki­do attracts me with its infi­ni­te depth, dyna­mics of move­ment and rich con­tact with other peo­ple. It pro­vi­des me a spa­ce whe­re I can stu­dy con­flict, con­tact and com­mu­ni­cati­on, whe­re I can stu­dy myself.
I use my mar­tial arts expe­ri­en­ce in dai­ly life as well as in my pro­jects.

3rd dan Aikikai

Vanda Švihlová

Sin­ce 1997 I practi­se aiki­do for one sin­gle rea­son: I like it. Not only that it is a way to deve­lop more con­t­rol and gra­ce in ones move­ments. For me it is even more impor­tant that it hel­ps me to matu­re and to grow as a who­le being. More­o­ver, it tea­ches me how to meet peo­ple and touch them.
Some time ago I also star­ted to attend con­tact impro­vi­sati­on dan­ce les­sons that ena­ble me to move much more fre­e­ly.
But life holds still more enjoy­ment in sto­re for me. I love good food, wine and old books. And peo­ple. And not to for­get, cats. Cats too.

3rd dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Michal Roder

I’ve practi­ced Aiki­do sin­ce 1997. I like loo­king for effecti­vi­ty of move­ment, dis­co­ve­ring new situati­ons and the­ir solu­ti­ons. Sin­ce 2011 I’ve been tea­ching adult tra­i­nings. It is ano­ther oppor­tu­ni­ty to bet­ter under­stand others and help each other deve­lop.  

3rd dan Aikikai

Vanda Švihlová

Sin­ce 1997 I practi­se aiki­do for one sin­gle rea­son: I like it. Not only that it is a way to deve­lop more con­t­rol and gra­ce in ones move­ments. For me it is even more impor­tant that it hel­ps me to matu­re and to grow as a who­le being. More­o­ver, it tea­ches me how to meet peo­ple and touch them.
Some time ago I also star­ted to attend con­tact impro­vi­sati­on dan­ce les­sons that ena­ble me to move much more fre­e­ly.
But life holds still more enjoy­ment in sto­re for me. I love good food, wine and old books. And peo­ple. And not to for­get, cats. Cats too.

3rd dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Michal Roder

I’ve practi­ced Aiki­do sin­ce 1997. I like loo­king for effecti­vi­ty of move­ment, dis­co­ve­ring new situati­ons and the­ir solu­ti­ons. Sin­ce 2011 I’ve been tea­ching adult tra­i­nings. It is ano­ther oppor­tu­ni­ty to bet­ter under­stand others and help each other deve­lop. 

2nd dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Luboš Šebesta

2nd dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Pavel Linhart

I star­ted to practi­ce aiki­do in 2008. I enjoy con­stant dis­co­ve­ring of new possi­bi­li­ties and directi­ons of deve­lo­p­ment. I gra­dua­ted from the Czech Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­si­ty in Pra­gue (optics and nano­structu­res) and I am still keen on natu­ral science. For me, tea­ching aiki­do is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to get inspi­rati­on from my stu­dents.

2nd dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Adam Nohejl

I have practi­ced aiki­do sin­ce 2008. For me, it is a con­stant search for fre­e­dom of body and mind and also for a com­mon logic of move­ment for two part­ners. Sin­ce 2013 I have also been tea­ching chil­dren and enjoy­ing the search for sensi­ble move­ment with them. I have also stu­died Japa­ne­se and practi­ced aiki­do in Japan for one year.

1st dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Milada Bouzidi

I have been practi­cing Aiki­do sin­ce 2003. I have met ama­zing peo­ple from all over the world. I like the aiki­do that the­re is no com­pe­ti­ti­on and it is more about self-deve­lo­p­ment. Sin­ce year 2018 I have been tea­ching aiki­do chil­dren. Chil­dren are imme­di­a­te, pla­y­ful, wild – it is a challen­ge for me to teach them, but I enjoy it very much because it leads me back to basics.

2nd dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Luboš Šebesta

I star­ted with aiki­do in 2007. I enjoy dis­co­ve­ring new possi­bi­li­ties of move­ment and appro­ach to dif­fe­rent situati­ons. Current­ly, I run seve­ral tra­i­ning sessi­ons within a mon­th and orga­ni­ze acti­vi­ties out­si­de exer­ci­se.

2nd dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Pavel Linhart

I star­ted to practi­ce aiki­do in 2008. I enjoy con­stant dis­co­ve­ring of new possi­bi­li­ties and directi­ons of deve­lo­p­ment. I gra­dua­ted from the Czech Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­si­ty in Pra­gue (optics and nano­structu­res) and I am still keen on natu­ral science. For me, tea­ching aiki­do is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to get inspi­rati­on from my stu­dents.

2nd dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Adam Nohejl

I have practi­ced aiki­do sin­ce 2008. For me, it is a con­stant search for fre­e­dom of body and mind and also for a com­mon logic of move­ment for two part­ners. Sin­ce 2013 I have also been tea­ching chil­dren and enjoy­ing the search for sensi­ble move­ment with them. I have also stu­died Japa­ne­se and practi­ced aiki­do in Japan for one year.

1st dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Milada Bouzidi

I have been practi­cing Aiki­do sin­ce 2003. I have met ama­zing peo­ple from all over the world. I like the aiki­do that the­re is no com­pe­ti­ti­on and it is more about self-deve­lo­p­ment. Sin­ce year 2018 I have been tea­ching aiki­do chil­dren. Chil­dren are imme­di­a­te, pla­y­ful, wild – it is a challen­ge for me to teach them, but I enjoy it very much because it leads me back to basics.

1st dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Vít Slaninka

I star­ted with Aiki­do in 2010, when I acci­den­tally sign up for it as PE on colle­ge. That time I thou­ght I was had no talent and inte­rest in sports. Sur­pri­sin­g­ly, after a few tra­i­nings I star­ted to like Aiki­do, most­ly for its sim­ple move­ments. Sin­ce then I’m explo­ring litt­le and big details in move­ments and I find Aiki­do fas­ci­na­ting. 

I also enjoy fri­en­dly atmosphe­re during practi­ce and I try to cre­a­te it on my tra­i­nings, too.

1st dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Jacques Joseph

I star­ted with aiki­do in 2011 and for me, abo­ve all, practi­cing repre­sents joy. The joy of move­ment and phy­s­i­cal deve­lo­p­ment, the joy of being in con­tact with others and sha­ring with them, the joy of being here and now and the joy of being in har­mo­ny with myself and with the world around me. I star­ted tea­ching adults in 2019 I enjoy the new per­specti­ves it opens to me.

1st dan Aikikai, 3rd class trainer

Oldřich Antoš

I used to practi­ce thai and clas­sic boxing. I have been practi­cing Aiki­do sin­ce 2014 and it cau­ght me with its wide ran­ge of cre­a­ti­ve, con­structi­ve and abo­ve all non­vi­o­lent ways of sol­ving con­flict situati­ons. For me, dojo is a labo­ra­to­ry whe­re I can explo­re and deve­lop my move­ment.