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Seminar Martin Frankovič, Prague, May 2013

11. May 2013 - 12. May 2013

Seminar Martin Frankovič, Prague, May 2013

11. May 2013 - 12. May 2013
Místo: TJ Sokol Praha Vinohrady

Aikido Vinohrady Prague

Invi­tes you to the semi­nar of

Martin Frankovič (3rd Dan aikido, Slovakia)

11 – 12 May 2013, Prague, CZ


TJ Sokol Krá­lov­ské Vino­hra­dy Pra­gue, Pol­ská 1 (Rie­gro­vy sady), Pra­gue 2, Czech Republic
Map and tra­vel details


Satur­day: 10,00–12,30 / 15,00–17,30
Sun­day: 10,00–12,30
The­re will be kyu gra­de exams and par­ty after the satur­day after­no­on lesson.


Stu­dents, mothers and fathers on mater­nal leave:
Who­le semi­nar 300 Kč / Two tra­i­nings 250 Kč / One tra­i­ning 150 Kč

Eve­ry­o­ne else:
Who­le semi­nar 400 Kč / Two tra­i­nings 300 Kč / One tra­i­ning 200 Kč


Not nee­ded.


From satur­day to sun­day in dojo in your own sle­e­ping bag for 100 Kč.
Or in near­by hotels and hostels.


Mar­tin Fran­ko­vič is slo­va­ki­an aiki­do tea­cher, pro­fes­si­o­nal sol­dier and of the hear­tiest peo­ple I know. With Mar­tin we co-foun­ded a colle­ge dojo in Žili­na (Slo­va­kia) in 2001, but we know each other way lon­ger than that. One of the tea­chers who inspi­red him the most is Tamu­ra sen­sei (direct stu­dent of Mori­hei Ueshi­ba) and he also lear­ned a lot from Ste­fan Ste­nudd. He is also the per­son who invi­ted Suga­no sen­sei to Pra­gue in 2009 for a semi­nar orga­ni­zed by our dojo (pho­tos here). Current­ly he is part­ly respon­si­ble for live­ly aiki­do sce­ne in eas­tern Slo­va­kia and he often leads semi­nars in Ukra­i­ne. It will be his first time lea­ding a semi­nar in Czech Repub­lic and it will for sure be a ple­a­su­re. (Writ­ten by Mar­tin Švih­la, transla­ted by Jaro­slav Hejlek)


Mar­tin Švih­la, , +420 737 848627


Aikido Praha Vinohrady


+420 603 752 468


TJ Sokol Praha Vinohrady
Polská 1a
Praha 2, 120 00 Česká republika
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