Brighton Ki Centre, 12 Queen Square, BN1 3FD
email: brighton@kisociety.org.uk
telephone: (01273) 323315
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Louis Sloss Sensei 7th Dan will be conducting a number of Ki classes that are open for All at the Brighton Ki Centre

Louis Sloss Sensei 7th Dan will be conducting a number of Ki classes that are open for All at the Brighton Ki Centre from 7pm to 9:30 pm, Tues 23rd, Wed 24th & Thursday 25th September

This is a great chance for family and friends that are not interested training Aikido and just want to learn how to apply Ki in their Daily Life from a Senior Dan Grade instructor so grab this great chance whilst you are able to bookings are necessary to attend for further details:-
http://shinshintoitsuaikido.org.uk/23-26-sept-ki-training-workshops-with-louis-sloss-sensei/
Note for those of you visiting all the Ki classes and staying over that Brighton is also a tourist town so do make sure that you make your bookings as soon as possible!

 
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Welcome to the Brighton Ki Society

UK Ki FederationBrighton Ki Society is part of the UK Ki Federation, a non-profit organization established to spread Ki Principles and Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido as taught by Master Koichi Tohei.

The UK Ki Federation provides traditional Japanese dojo training environments for students of all ages and abilities. The dojos are led by highly skilled instructors who are certified by the Ki Society in Japan, and receive ongoing instruction to stay current and maintain certification.

The UK Ki Federation is affiliated with Ki Society H.Q. in Japan through our relationship with the Northwest Ki Federation.

 
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Keep one point

This is a natural place of physical, mental and spiritual balance. By concentrating on our one point and keeping correct posture we naturally coordinate mind and body.

 
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Relax completely

When mind actively calms, body naturally releases all stress and tension. In keeping one point, mind and body relax completely.

 
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Keep weight underside

The weight of all objects naturally settles at the lowest place. When we relax completely, our weight also naturally settles underside. We call it living calmness.