Saturday, May 1, 2021

Self-Improvement with Iaido

Do you want to grow as a person?

Do you like a challenge?

Practicing iaido at JMAC can help you!

Iaido is the practice of wielding a katana in a controlled, efficient way. The main actions include drawing the katana, using it for defense, then re-sheathing it. When iaido was invented in the 15th century in Japan, the idea was to slay an opponent with one slash of the sword and to use the sword effectively to adapt to any situation.

Begin a spiritual journey with Iaido

Through iaido, you’ll learn principles like honor and integrity. You’ll use self-discipline to perfect your footwork, posture and etiquette to become the best version of yourself. Iaido’s slow, precise movements take a lot of mental focus. Many say that the constant engagement creates a centering or enlightening sensation that’s very rewarding.

Learn the art of Iaido in Ann Arbor

At the Japanese Martial Arts Center, our ideal students set high standards for themselves, are loyal, respectful, and courageous. Our professional instructors won’t just train you physically, they will train your mind, body, and spirit to become strong martial artists. If this appeals to you, you might be a perfect fit for iaido.

Don’t be afraid to join! Iaido has no age limit. It’s good for people who want to train their body at their own pace or grow in a personal, non-competitive way.

Call us today at 734-720-0330 or contact us via our website to begin practicing Iaido in Ann Arbor.

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