Lynn Fabia has 34 years experience in Aikido carrying the rank of 6th degree black belt. With this rank she joined a small and prestigious group of high-ranking Aikido practitioners in the U.S., and established herself as the female Aikido pioneer in the southwest. Since then she has expanded teaching in the areas of personal development and lifestyle.
In 2002 Lynn Fabia became the first female chief instructor of an international Aikido organization in the United States. In 2004 she was given recognition by the Texas Martial Arts Hall of Fame for her dedication and accomplishments as a martial artist.
Ms. Fabia is an author of “The Martial Art of Life, The Art of Intentional Living (2009) and “Spiritual Food for Thought (2016).”
Lynn has been publicized widely in various media: television, radio, newspaper and magazines
(including D Magazine).
Lynn’s Personal Journey
Throughout Lynn’s life she knew something was missing, something that she should be doing and didn’t know what. Through the years, her desire and study for higher understanding became a constant focus. Then one day a door opened and stepping through the door took her to a place in her mind and spirit that changed her life forever. Read about her personal transformation in her publication, “The Martial Art of Life, The Art of Intentional Living”. Ms. Fabia’s wealth of knowledge and expertise makes this a highly and useful publication.
Her teachings view life from a broader perspective through the timeless life concepts of using Aikido as a metaphor. Ms. Fabia illustrates energy aspects, and vibrational analogies, which are the basis of all life.
Lynn realizes that everyone can meet the challenges of everyday life without becoming reactive, as long as they apply the concepts that work. She sees the parallel between her practice and the concepts of Aikido in daily life. Lynn is committed in sharing her experience to help others in the process of achieving their personal self-actualization and goals.
Ms. Fabia currently teaches Aikido classes at MoveStudio on Thursday evenings 6 pm – 7 pm and Sunday mornings 10:15 am – 11:15 am, 17062 Preston Rd. in Dallas, Texas. Private lessons and seminars available upon request. (469) 767-5864.