by Connie Borden I was extremely fortunate to teach Shintaido exercises during the week-long calligraphy course presented by Zenbrush at the Mercy Center in Burlingame, CA from March 8th through…Read more
by H. F. Ito Previously I sent a post about “Good is bad, bad is good.” This is my most recent follow-up (February 2022). Unfortunately, the legal non-profit entity based…Read more
by David Franklin Shintaido of America’s new podcast has recently launched (find it at http://www.shintaido.org/podcast/), and as readers may know, the first season is an audio book: a reading of…Read more
Releasing on January 5, 2022 – join our release party on January 4, 2022! Our motivation to start a podcast When Shintaido of America was founded in 1976, we set…Read more
Over the past year I helped plan and organize – with a team of three others – a virtual international workshop marking the 20th anniversary of H.F. Ito’s founding of…Read more
From September, 2021 A few words from Sarah Covid-19 made its effects felt around the world in 2020 with most gatherings being cancelled, including Shintaido events. As vaccines became available…Read more
by Tomi Nagai-Rothe “Wonderful information, wonderful video.”“I was deeply touched.”“Moving, beautiful presentation.”“So much power in the desire to heal – almost as much as the healing itself.” “Deeply moved . .…Read more
by Lee Ordeman When the idea of dissolving the International Shintaido NPO was first proposed, I was strongly against it. For 13 years as a board member of ISC and…Read more
Take a look at the first of what I hope will be a series of conversations with Shintaido instructors and practitioners.
We want to learn more about each other’s Shintaido experience, as well as get know a bit about the personal and professional life of our community members.
by Connie Borden, Shin Aoki and Derk Richardson New for Shintaido in 2021 was PacShin Kangeiko via Zoom. PacShin offered three keiko on three separate days via Zoom so that…Read more