Video: Harvey Konigsberg talks about the importance of using your center while executing aikido techniques

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This video of Harvey Konigsberg Sensei was filmed during a seminar he conducted in October, 2011 at Aikido of Central New York. Konigsberg Shihan focuses on the importance of using your center while demonstrating techniques. From Wikipedia: “Harvey Konigsberg (b.1940) is an artist and aikido teacher. He holds the rank of 7th dan and is […]

This video of Harvey Konigsberg Sensei was filmed during a seminar he conducted in October, 2011 at Aikido of Central New York. Konigsberg Shihan focuses on the importance of using your center while demonstrating techniques.

From Wikipedia: “Harvey Konigsberg (b.1940) is an artist and aikido teacher. He holds the rank of 7th dan and is one of about 20 non-Japanese Aikido instructors worldwide to hold this rank within the Aikikai… Konigsberg began studying aikido in 1965, shortly after his arrival back in New York City at the finish of his University studies. In 1972 Konigsberg began training in iaido.

In the mid-1980s Konigsberg established a studio in Woodstock, New York. Since then he has maintained a presence in Woodstock as an artist and as an Aikido instructor. One of the original students of Yoshimitsu Yamada, Konigsberg has now been practicing aikido for over 35 years. He currently holds 7th dan rank in Aikikai Aikido, holds the title of Shihan (master instructor), and has a dan ranking in iaido. In addition to his instructing practice in Woodstock, Konigsberg also instructs at the New York Aikikai in Manhattan and teaches seminars across the U.S. and abroad.”

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