Hello, my name is Jim Myers, I live in Ventura and I’ve been training under Reynosa Sensei for about 12 years, I hold the rank of Shodan (first dan) and I am one of the assistant instructors here at Makoto dojo.
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Although I have studied other martial arts, the idea of nonresistant self defense based in compassion rather than violence fascinated me. Aikido will give you the possibility of controlling an attacker without injuring them. The other arts I’ve studied controlled the attacker by injuring them.
I first met Reynosa Sensei when I took his Aikido class at Ventura College. I immediately knew that I had found a great teacher and Aikido was something special. I had never seen the level of camaraderie that his students showed in any other martial arts school. But, it was several years before I could join the dojo.
My daughter trained for several years in the kid’s, youth and adult’s classes. The skills she learned at Makoto Dojo saved her several times on the soccer field and contributed to her growing up to be a confident well adjusted young woman who is aware of danger but approaches life without fear.
While she was training I would assist Sensei in the kid’s classes and as time went on I began filling in when he was away.
Today I teach the youth and adult’s classes regularly. I find that I learn almost as much from teaching as from training and I do my best to keep a student’s mindset even when teaching.