Aikido Journal is back online. After the death of Stanley Pranin, it took an effort on the part of a number of dedicated Aikidoka to revive the site. While they practice a different style of Aikido, I find I enjoy the articles they post and the connection to a larger Aikido community.
Here's a three minute snippet of an interview with Patricia Hendricks where she talks about what she sees as important in Aikido today. It speaks to me because I started late in life, never had the experience of doing Aikido as a young man, and have to accept my physical limitations just to be on this journey.
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