In this episode I have the delight of once again connecting with dharma teacher and aikido instructor Miles Kessler. He is originally from the US, but is currently living in Tel aviv, Israel. In our first dialogue we explored the idea of “integral aikido” and how aikido can […]
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In this episode I have the great pleasure if connecting with Larry Korn from Oregon, USA. In addition to being a student of the late Masanobu Fukuoka (1913-2008) he’s and educator, consultant, editor and author in the fields of permaculture, natural farming, sustainable landscaping and local food production. […]
In this episode I have the delight of once again engaging my Swedish aikido teacher Jan Nevelius Shihan, who is the chief instructor at Vanadis Aikido Club in Stockholm. Recently he held a seminar in my hometown of Trondheim, Norway and our conversation echoes some of the themes that […]
Episode 103: Aikido as a catalyst for bringing physical, emotional and social wellbeing into the core of education
In this episode I have the delight of spending some time in face to face dialogue with Charles Colten from New York, USA. Charles is a 4. dan aikido instructor and founder of the organization Aikido in the Schools. He also holds a Masters Degree in Educational/Organizational Leadership […]
In this episode I have the great fortune of connecting with aikido instructor and dharma teacher Miles Kessler. He is originally from the US but is now living in Tel Aviv, Israel. In our conversation we explore our shared passion for the Japanese martial art aikido and we do this in relation to one of our other passions, namely the integral discourse.
I denne episoden har jeg gleden av å nok en gang samtale med Jan Nevelius fra Sverige. Han er en internasjonalt høyt ettertraktet aikidolærer og jobber ellers med forskjellige former for behandling. Han underviser også ved Stockholms universitet, Karolinskas komplementärmedicinska utbildning, og holder […]
Editorial note: A short while ago I had an inspiring conversation with Chris Mc Cormac from Ireland. The podcast episode was about our common interest in how the practice of Aikido can support healing and growth. Together with Mary Hoban, Chris Mc Cormac has developed a therapeutic approach that is based on the principles and practices of Aikido (Aikido Therapy). […]
In this episode I have the delight of connecting with Chris Mc Cormac from Ireland. He is the co-founder of Aikido Therapy, a therapeutic approach designed as a complimentary health therapy response to addictions, relationship difficulties, stress management, anxiety, bereavement, conflict resolution and more. In our dialogue Chris tells […]
In this episode I´m delighted to be joined by Jan Nevelius from Sweden who is one of my favorite teachers in aikido. Nevelius started practicing martial arts when he was 11 and since then he has pursued a whole range of asian healing arts, such as reiki, qi gong, shiatsu and acupuncture. He is now a 6th dan instructor in Aikikai and trains under both Endo sensei and Christian Tissier sensei […]
I denne episoden snakker jeg med sosialantropolog Håkon Fyhn. Han har i flere år fundert på fenomenet tilstedeværelse og utforsket betydningen av dette gjennom trening i kampkunsten aikido. Han har også utforsket temaet fra et akademisk perspektiv, noe som har resultert i en doktoravhandling som han skal disputere […]
In this seventh episode I speak to Mouliko Halen, a 6th Dan instructor in Aikido. He reveals how he came across the martial arts and further explains how Aikido is a system of self defense, but at the same time, a highly advanced approach to personal and relational […]