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Aikido is a traditional Martial art that teaches how to subdue even a much larger aggressor using minimum effort. Aikido practice promotes self-discipline, confidence, awareness, compassion and fitness in a structured, safe and fun environment.
As a non-violent Japanese Martial Art; Aikido is a great way to help children learn to defend themselves, learn about cooperation and foster great social skills.
Our program focuses on helping practitioners to use their minds and bodies to neutralize conflict by developing awareness of how humans think and move and by maintaining a balanced and centered position.
There are no competitions in Aikido: all practice is cooperative, with each participant working on the development of their skills while helping their partner do the same.
Meet the Directors
We are a husband and wife team who have studied with Sensei Halprin for over a decade. (Elisa has actually been his student for 18 years)
Elisa Beebe cccslp (3rd Degree Black Belt)
Elisa has been a speech and language pathologist in the Wellesley School district for 15 years. She took a one year sabbatical to get a second masters from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2010.
David Beebe (2nd Degree Black Belt)
David Beebe is a middle school teacher in Belmont. He is licensed to teach P.E. Health and wellness and Engineering.
Our Dojo is located at 26 Summer Street, Natick, MA:
Four-class martial art course for $50, 6 person limit, offered monthly!