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This spawns from On contemporization and Aikido, because I was daydreaming about interviewing one of the founders of a branch of Aikido and how they might react.
Q: Could you describe a little of your background?
A: I have an extensive martial background before I found Aikido. I began to study Aikido only for a few months at a time until I was able to relocate to study full-time. I was not one of O-Sensei's original students, but I took a liking to it and studied very hard.
Q: Could you tell us a bit about your ideals for your Aikido teaching?
A: My goal is to teach the way O-Sensei originally taught me, and to express Aikido in it's true spirit. I believe very strongly in keeping true to the original spirit.
Q: Why do you feel strongly about keeping true to those original methods?
A: I believe that to learn Aikido as O-Sensei intended one must be taught with the same style and quality as he originally did.
Q: What are your goals as a teacher?
A: This is a difficult thing to answer. Every teacher's goal should be to help each student realise their potential. I think that by imparting
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