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Allegheny Aikikai

  • Takeguchi Seminar November 2004
  • Takeguchi Seminar November 2004
  • Takeguchi Seminar April 2007
  • Simpson Vodovtz Seminar May 2008
  • Takeguchi Seminar June 2009
  • Takeguchi Seminar July 2010
  • Takeguchi Seminar July 2010
  • Takeguchi Seminar August 2011
  • Takeguchi Seminar August 2011
  • Takeguchi Seminar August 2011
  • Takeguchi Seminar August 2011
  • Takeguchi Seminar March 2013
  • Takeguchi Seminar June 2014
  • Takeguchi Seminar June 2014
  • Bower Seminar November 2014
  • Bower Seminar November 2014
  • Bower Seminar November 2014
  • Bower Seminar November 2014
  • Takeguchi Seminar June 2015
  • Takeguchi Seminar July 2017
  • Takeguchi Seminar July 2017
  • Takeguchi Seminar June 2018
  • Takeguchi Seminar June 2018
  • Takeguchi Seminar June 2018
  • Takeguchi Seminar June 2018
  • Takeguchi Seminar November 2004

Allegheny Aikikai was founded in 1995 as an independent member dojo of the United States Aikido Federation and is now part of the Capital Aikido Federation. The dojo is currently part of Allegheny Aikikai Aikido and Joseki Judo and Ju-Jitsu, Inc., formed by Jan Finkbeiner and David Hurtubise

AAA and JJJ, Inc. was created in 2004 as a not-for-profit enterprise to promote aikido, judo, and ju-jitsu in central Pennsylvania.  Instructors at AAA and JJJ are not paid a salary; they contribute their time and their expertise because of their dedication to the martial arts and their desire to pass on a tradition of high quality martial arts practice.