Aiki Extension 2017 Conference – Call for Presenters
From: Aviv Goldsmith posted on 22. Mar 2017, 11:41am
The 2017 Aiki Extensions US Conference will take place October 6-8 at Aikido in Fredericksburg, VA. The Conference Committee is seeking dynamic, qualified presenters to organize 60-minute sessions exploring the application of aikido in everyday life. AE is currently inviting presentation proposals through April 21.
The Conference Committee will announce the final schedule in May. Please put thought into your proposal as not all presentations will be accepted. Successful proposals will align closely with one of the Conference tracks: Peacemaking, Education, Business, Body & Mind.
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