What is the WRAS?
The Western Region Aikido Seminar is all about providing excellent training opportunity in an incredible location. As participants utilise your visit to West Australia to participate in training presented by the highest ranked Kokikai Instructors whilst enjoying the opportunity to enjoy the idyllic setting of the Peel Region.
Falcon Kokikai is proud to host a weekend of Aikido. Throughout the weekend you will have the opportunity to train all day, and/or relax, socialize, and enjoy some of Mandurah's best attractions. Family and kids are welcomed in the dojo during the seminar...seating will be available.
Why Western Australia
Mandurah is less than 2 hours from Perth International Airport and is central to Margaret River and Swan Valley wine regions. With beautiful beaches and Rottnest Island on the door step and more sunny days per year than any other Australian capital there is plenty to do right near the Dojo or further a field like the Pinnacles.
Friday February 21st:
"Fight Night" Keiko - 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Saturday February 22nd:
"6th kyu to Black Belt" - 9:00am - 4:30pm
Presentation and Drinks 6:00pm
Dinner party 7:30 till late
Sunday February 23rd:
"Misogi, Weapons" - 8:00am - 9:00am
Price, Schedule and Registration Information
Full weekend for $70 !
Saturday dinner, and Sunday breakfast separate
click the link below to pay and register
Mike Sinagra, 5th Dan
Falcon Kokikai: Mandurah, WA
Mike Sinagra is founder and chief instructor of Falcon Kokikai and Co-founder of Aikido Kokikai Australia. He began his study of aikido in 1990 at the Kokikai Hombu in Nagoya. He trained regularly at Hombu Dojo with Maruyama Sensei. In 1994 he moved to Australia, and in 1994 established Falcon Kokikai. In 1998 he cofounded Aikido Kokikai Australia with Tony Davies, Glen Davidson and Allen Iu. He has regularly demonstrated at the Kokikai Interntational Embukai held in Nagoya, Japan.
Allen Iu, 5th Dan
UNSW Kokikai: Sydney, NSW
Allen Iu is chief instructor of UNSW Kokikai. He began his study of aikido in 1990 at UNSW with Shuji Ozeki. He regularly trains with Maruyama each year in Sydney. He has spent extended periods of time training in both Hong Kong and London. With Tony Davies, Glen Davidson and Mike Sinagra he has provided leadership in establishing Aikido Kokikai Australia. He has regularly demonstrated at the Kokikai International Embukai held in Nagoya, Japan.