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Senshinkan is a Jiyushinkai Aikido dojo located in Tempe Arizona, serving the East Valley (Tempe, Mesa, Chandler and Phoenix).Senshinkan offers instruction in Aikido and Judo based on the Jiyushinkai teaching methodology.

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Many other buildings that have been converted to boutiques, art galleries, bookstores, and restaurants.The Jiyushinkai Aikido curriculum of study has retained many components from its Judo background.This includes studies of Kodokan based ukemi (falling), Judo throws (nage waza), locks (kansetsu waza), chokes (shime waza), ground work (newaza) and striking (atemi waza).Special studies are also offered in the Filipino martial art of Babao Arnis (Escrima/Kali).Aikido was founded in 1942 by Morihei Ueshiba (often referred to as O Sensei).Using this background, along with being a professional educator, Tomiki created his own way unique of categorizing and teaching Aikido with an emphasis on self defense.

Jiyushinkai Aikido is based on the Tomiki ryu tradition, which is defined from elements of Aikido and Judo together focusing on systematic explanation.

After several major fires in the early part of the century, downtown Prescott was rebuilt with brick.

The central courthouse plaza, a lawn under huge old elm trees, is a gathering and meeting place.

Established in 1882, Judo has transformed from a comprehensive martial art into a modern Olympic sport.

As a martial art, Judo incorporated the effectiveness of Japanese Jujutsu systems while emphasizing scientific ways to practice.

Babao Arnis is a Filipino martial art founded by the late Grand Master Narrie Babao (10th dan) based on Batangas Baston Arnis taught to him by his father, Cacoy Doce Pares Eskrido via Cacoy Canette, and Villabrille Largusa Kali by Ben Largusa. known as Escrima or Kali) is a Filipino martial art (FMA) which emphasises practical skills for self defense. Babao Arnis is weapons based, focusing on stick (baston), knife (daga), sword (bolo), and spear (bangkaw).