Coach of French commandos will visit Uzhgorod

18 February 2015 12:06  5591991 092967
Coach of French commandos will visit Uzhgorod

Next weekend, 21 and 22 of February, all comers will be able to take part in aikido seminars and workshops. Those who are not familiar with this sport are invited to plunge into the world of Aikido as spectators. They promise that it will be interesting, because the event will be attended by legendary Sensei Nebi Vural, a disciple of the famous master of Aikido Nobueshi Tamura, who, in turn, was trained by the aikido founder Morihei Ueshiba and was one of his best students.

"Nebi Vural is a man of incredible energy, who, being 62 years old, is incredibly fit. He has been practicing Aikido for over 40 years. For students, this sensei is a real example and source of knowledge, because he tells about the important things and gives answers to difficult questions.   For Uzhgorod, his visit is a very significant events that occur once a year. During these days, we are holding not only seminars and workshops, but also examine our students competing for color and black belts. This applies to both children and adults," - the organizer of the event, the president of the Transcarpathian Regional Federation of Aikido "Sinadjo", 4th dan of Aikido, Yuriy Kedyk said. According to him, Nebi Vural is also known for having coached French commandos.

According to Yuriy Kedyk, the event will last three days in the PADIYUN (Uzhgorod, Studentska embankment, 8), but the most interesting days will be 20 and 21 of February. For the first time, the Sensei will hold classes for children and adults separately and not in mixed group, as before.

Those who want to apply for participation in seminars and workshops can receive more information by phone 050-673-44-23. 

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