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Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: With Sensei Jamie Zimron, Aikido

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Join us Sunday March 8, 2015 as Restita and Robert welcome Sensei Jamie Zimron to the show! Give us a call to speak to her about Aikido, the "Middle East Aikido Project", the International event "Training Across Borders", and.....Golf!

A combination of an athletic body, studious mind and curious spirit has taken me on a rich lifetime journey of exploring our multi-faceted human beingness, and how to best express our full capabilities in every aspect of daily living. I started golfing at age 7, became a state and national junior golf champion, and have loved sports all my life. At age 21, as a Stanford University undergrad, I first discovered Aikido. 

After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford, with studies across a broad range of Social Sciences, I immersed in learning bodywork and somatic healing. I earned my Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at Antioch West University in San Francisco, then worked in private practice and on staff at the Institute for Personal Change.

During that time I established and was Chief Instructor of the Women’s Aikido School / Aikido Arts Center of SF (1980-1994), and began teaching nationally, in the ex-Soviet Union, Canada and Israel.

In the mid-1990s I lived in Jerusalem, taught Aikido and mind-body healing work, and became involved in Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts. Upon returning to the US and San Diego, I learned further modalities to recover from long-standing sports injuries and adrenal exhaustion.  In 2000 I created KiAi Golf, joined the LPGA, and founded The KiAi Way Inc. to bring innovative high performance principles and practices to golf and sports, leadership, workplace wellness, communication and conflict resolution, to individuals and in the corporate and non-profit business arenas. 

 

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