Our Aikido lessons in North Dallas, TX, help people of all ages develop balance, flexibility, mental focus, and coordination. Get in touch to enroll in our classes. Aikido is also known as a moving meditation.
Aikido is a Japanese martial art created by Morihei Ueshiba in the mid-1920s. It teaches the path of least resistance, to allow rather than control. It is more than self-defense, it is a way to advance yourself, a way to connect with life and energy. The idea is to apply that energy to move harmoniously within the world. The intent behind Aikido is to intuitively direct the energetic flow of the situation at hand.
Aikido means “the way of harmony,” also referred to as the “path of least resistance.”
Resistance never works, redirection works 100% of the time.
Adapt to whatever comes your way, detach yourself from technique, and stay in the present moment through the method of soft gaze.
The mind leads the body. Training your posture improves your balance and incorporates movements of ease for elegant movement.
The practice of Aikido training is to inititate through intent. The idea is to blend and relax; rather then react.
Books by Lynn Fabia
The Martial Art of Life
The Art of Intentional Living
The Martial Art of Life, The Art of Intentional Living is a groundbreaking book that reveals that life is an energetic flow and a process that needs to be understood.
Spiritual Food for Thought contains spiritual quotes which go beyond the norm, expanding and connecting to ultimate consciousness.
“Lynn Fabia’s view of both life and Aikido is profound, eye-opening and unique. Ms. Fabia’s second book is not only spiritual food for thought, it is food for life, especially if you want that life to be more spiritual, rewarding, centered, and more focused than you ever thought possible.”