The event will be hosted by Two Rivers Aikido in Kalispell MT on Saturday, January 15 and Sunday January 16, 2022.   Last year’s seminar was a rousing success and broke the ice for “in person” training after the initial COVID lock downs. This is certainly going to be another outstanding learning opportunity for everyone.
There can be a maximum number of 20 people, including instructors, for this event.  Cost is $45 cash/check at the door. Given that there are a limited number of Student spots available, please let Sensei Blomert or Brady know your plans to attend.  MWA will submit your information to secure your attendance confirmation.  You can also use this link will present in round robin format. Presenters will be Mark Leitzel and Leigh Schickendantz head instructors of Two Rivers Aikido.

Two Rivers Aikido Co-dojo cho

Tony Blomert and Scott Brady head instructors of Mountain West Aikido.

MWA Co-dojo Cho

This 2-Day training schedule is:
Saturday Morning
Lunch Break
Saturday Afternoon
Kagami Biraki Celebration
Sunday Morning
Two Rivers Aikido is located at:
220 1st Avenue East
Historic KM Building
Kalispell, Montana 59904
All 4 instructors have differing and unique backgrounds that they bring to aikido training. Together they have decades of experience in their respective professional careers working in the mental health, medical trauma and conflict resolution fields, applying “aiki principles”.  Not only will event attendees receive solid technical instruction but they will also receive teachings of how aiki applies to one’s everyday life.
Each event host dojo has had COVID prevention policies that are deemed necessary based on the most current times and location circumstances. COVID VACCINATION AND TESTING REQUIREMENTS for this event all attendees must be vaccinated and have proof of vaccination.  Alternatively proof of a negative Covid test taken within 24 hours before will be accepted.  Masks are recommended for participants and guest; however, not specifically required.
Note that the Park County Health Department does FREE Covid 19 antigen testing Monday – Friday (9 – 1) at the County Fair Grounds.  Contact the Department at (406) 222-4145 for more information.
For those students in Yellowstone County click on this link for locations and contact information
If you are located in a different county, please check with your local health district as most provide no cost testing; as well as, free testing is available at selected pharmacies.