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NORFOLK AND NORWICH SHIN-GI-TAI YODOKAN DOJO
Aikido and Budo Japanese Martial Arts School in the Norwich and East Anglia area Member of Aikido for Dailly Life (ADL) Affiliated to the British Aikido Board (BAB
DOJO INFORMATION
General Dojo Information
CONTACT DETAILS
Contact details for our Dojo
LATEST INFO & EVENTS
Class Schedule / Events / Courses
DOJO INSTRUCTORS
Who's Who
BEHAVIOUR IN THE DOJO
All you need to know about the Aikido dojo and Etiquette etc.
WHAT IS AIKIDO?
A Description of Aikido
GRADING SYLLABUS
Aikido and Iaido grading syllabus
GRADING RESULTS
Place to find out results of gradings in the dojo
PICTURE GALLERY
Assorted photographs of places traveled to, events and the funny side of life.
VIDEO GALLERY
Aikido Videos that have been kindly donated to the website, also, videos that have been added by web Master.
WEB LINKS PAGE
Other website links for your interest....!
WEBSITE NEWS
Whats new to the website
YODOKAN History
History of YODOKAN
KOBUDO - Weapons in Martial Arts training
Description of Japanese weapons system taught in budo dojo
YODOKAN (Kyushindo) Philosophy
Origin and precepts of Kyushindo
YODOKAN Teachings
Foundations of Yodokan teachings
JAPANESE SWORD DOJO - Ten Shin Ryu
Iai and Iai Jutsu - A real Japanese Sword Dojo.There are plenty of very good pictures here.....
Sensei Steve and Tsunami Yodokan pictures
pictures from Sensei's visits to our club
NORWICH Info Page
This page is for people who are visiting Norwich and the surrounding area of Norfolk
A Tribute to One of My Early Sensei
A short tribute to Sensei John Tidder 1937 - 2007.
Tribute to Terry Taylor Sensei
A tribute to Terry Taylor Sensei who was a gentleman who did so much for the Disabled and the Martial Arts
Aiki Extensions
Aikido - A way of life
BRITISH BLIND SPORTS (BBS)
Click here! to find out more about this charity and how they help blind (Visually Impaired) do exactly what they want to do.
THE GO (IGO) PROJECT
This page is for the promotion of the Japanese board game GO known as the "Mental Martial Art" bringing it to the whole world including the visually impaired and the totally Blind CLICK HERE for information

BRITISH BLIND SPORTS (BBS)

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British Blind Sport is a registered charity (No 271500) and the co-ordinating body of sport for the blind and partially sighted in the UK. BBS is affiliated to the World Governing Body, IBSA (International Blind Sport Federation) and represent them in the UK. We are the VI member organisation of the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) and administer competitors sight classifications to most of the visually impaired sports and VI paralympians.

The charity was set up in 1975 by visually impaired people, to enable them to have a controlling interest in their various sports.

Our sports are run by committees of visually impaired and sighted volunteers. We have committees for archery, athletics, cricket, football, tenpin bowling and rifle shooting. In addition there is considerable interest in chess, golf, riding, sailing & skiing, Goalball and Judo. We also encourage visually impaired people to pursue their chosen sports through membership of their local sighted sports clubs and aim to provide, where necessary, advice to achieve such integration.

BBS - Archery and Five a side football

We raise funds and organise National Championships for all our sports, such as Schools and Adult Championships in athletics, swimming and five-a-side football. A knockout cricket competition is held during the summer and the final staged at

We believe in the many benefits that sport can offer visually impaired people, including improved health and mobility, broadening horizons, making new friends, and becoming more independent. We try to encourage as many blind and partially sighted children and adults as possible to participate in sport at all levels, from 'grassroots' to Paralympic representation.

If you are interested in learning more about the work of British Blind Sport, would like to make a donation or support the charity with a fundraising event, run in the London Marathon for us, or become a volunteer please contact us at:

 

British Blind Sport

Pure Offices, Plato Close, Tacbhrook Park, Warwick, CV34 6WE

Telephone: 01926 424247

e-mail: [email protected] org.uk

www.britishblindsport.org.uk

Registered Charity No 271500

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