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Events and Seminars at Two Rivers Aikikai
Two or three times a year, members of Two Rivers Aikikai plan a day of service at local non profits to support our community.
We suspend classes for the Service Day in order to devote our energy to helping our sister non profit organizations.
On Saturday January 18, 2020 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. we volunteerd at the Oregon Food Bank This was our third time volunteering at OFB. As you can see in the accompanying photo, we bagged red onions into small family size bags. Twenty two members of the dojo participated this time. There were 89 total volunteers at OFB that morning and we repackaged 14,265 lbs of onions. It was a fun and worthwhile endeavor for the MLK Holiday weekend.
On previous service days, we have volunteered at Zenger Farm to remove weeds and invasive plants. Zenger Farm is a non-profit, working urban farm that models, promotes and educates about sustainable food systems, environmenal stewardship, community development and access to good food for all. Click here to visit their website.
Seminars are intensive training workshops that are one, two or three days long and usually take place over a weekend. Two Rivers Aikikai hosts Aikido and Iaido Seminars twice a year in the Spring and Fall. We will choose instructors who have had an impact on our training over the years, from near and far. We encourage our students to participate in seminars at Two Rivers Aikikai and at other dojos where they can practice a variety of styles and strengthen their foundations. Seminars offer all of us a way to keep up to date with the changes taking place in Aikido and Iaido as they evolve.
none scheduled at this time.
The 2023 Aikido Friendship Seminar for Portland area dojos was hosted by Portland Aikikai on Sunday, April 23, 2023. The seminar was a fundraiser for APANO, a Portland Based non-profit providing resources and programs for the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon.
On March 18, 2006, Two Rivers Aikikai hosted the First Annual Portland Friendship Seminar and donated 398 pounds of food for the Oregon Food Bank! Close to 80 members of Aikido dojos in the Portland area practiced together at Two Rivers Aikikai on that Saturday afternoon as a benefit for the
Oregon Food Bank. Seven different instructors taught 30 minute segments over the course of the afternoon. In lieu of seminar fees, participants brought 398 pounds of food and $301 in cash donations for OFB. The wonderful atmosphere and enthusiastic energy on the mat all afternoon attested to the spirit of Aikido in Portland dojos. The members of Two Rivers Aikikai appreciate the contributions everyone brought to our dojo. We look forward to seeing you on the mat again soon!
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Two Rivers Aikikai is a 501(c)(3) federal non-profit organization with a vision for equity, justice and non-violence on and off the mat. Our mission is to help individuals on their path of well-being of mind, body and spirit through the practice of the Japanese martial arts of Aikido, Iaido and Karatedo to peacefully engage conflict.