A Japanese martial art developed from jujitsu and making use of holds and throws
The word "aikido" is made up of three Japanese characters: AI - harmony, KI - spirit, mind, or universal energy, DO - the Way Thus aikido is "the Way of Harmony with Universal Energy " However, AIKI may also be interpreted as "accommodation to circumstances " This latter interpretation is somewhat non- standard, but it avoids certain undesirable metaphysical commitments and also epitomizes quite well both the physical and psychological facets of aikido
Martial Art style formed by Morihei Ueshiba taking techniques from many styles, including Daito-Ryu Aiki-Jutsu Literally translated as 'The way of Spiritual Harmony'
(eye-kee-doe) Al - Harmony KI - Spirit DO - The Way or Path
The word aikido is made up of three Japanese characters: ai = combine or harmony, ki = spirit, mind or universal energy and do = the way or path Thus aikido is "the Way of Harmony/Combination with Energy" However, aiki may also be interpreted as "accommodation to circumstances" which, although somewhat non-standard, avoids metaphysical commitments while accurately describing both the physical and psychological facets of aikido
This is a form of martial arts was first practiced in Japan The name means "the way of spiritual harmony " Aikido exercises emphasize harmony and grace of movement, similar to tai chi
The Way of Harmony of the Spirit
the way of harmonizing with the force and principle of the Universe/Nature
a Japanese martial art employing principles similar to judo
the way of spiritual harmony
compound from "ai" (harmony), "ki" (spirit), and "do" (Way): the Way of harmonious spirit
Modern jujitsu system derived from Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu (Japanese)
As with other Japanese Martial Arts, Aikido is both a method of self-defence and a spiritual discipline Its literal translation means, 'road' (do) to 'union' (an), with the 'life force' (ki)
A martial art developed by Uyeshiba Morihei in the 1930's Based on aikijutsu, aikido is considered a non-aggressive art, using the opponents' energy against them
A Japanese martial art, Aikido is both a method of self-defense and a spiritual discipline, Its goal is to harmonize one's chi with that of the opponent, so that the thrust of the opponent's strength is turned back toward him or her
way of aiki; a modern martial art derived from jujutsu
A Japanese martial art
Japanese art of self-defense. It employs locks and holds and utilizes the principle of nonresistance to cause an opponent's own momentum to work against him or her. Aikido emphasizes the importance of achieving complete mental calm and control of one's own body to master an opponent's attack. There are no offensive moves. It traces its origins to Japanese martial (samurai) traditions dating to the 14th century, and it was developed as a modern form in the early 20th century by Ueshiba Morihei. See martial art
The Japanese name of this martial art literally means "the way of spiritual harmony " Like tai chi, Aikido exercises emphasize harmony and grace of movement
"Way of Harmonious Energy " A Japanese internal martial art founded by Morihei Ueshiba that emphasizes the use of internal strength in controlling the opponent's momentum through techniques of locking and throwing Strikes are not emphasized and Aikido movements do not meet force with force
A Japanese martial art More about this subject
Ai- -Ki- -Do- Harmony, union with, oneness The essential Life Force, the fundamental Creative energy The Way or Path
The way of harmony with the forces and energy of nature
(Japanese): Martial art of Japanese origin, developed in the 20th century
'the way of harmony of the spirit'
A martial art developed by Uyeshiba Morihei in the 1930's Based on aikijutsu, aikido is considered a non-agressive art, using the opponents' energy against them
A hybrid, modern and traditional martial art founded by Morihei Ueshiba in the 1920s Transliteration varies; ai roughly means 'harmony', ki means 'power' or 'energy' and do means 'way '
type of Japanese martial art used for self-defense isim
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Etymology [ "I-ki-'dO, I-'kE-(")dO ] (noun.) 1956. From Japanese 合気道 (あいきどう, aikidō), from 合 (“unity”) + 気 (“spirit”) + 道 (“way”).