Free Aikido seminar set for Aug. 10

Sensei James Sterling began his study of Aikido in 1992, and his study in Martial Arts at the age of 13 in judo and jujitsu. He will offer a free seminar on Aikido on Tuesday, Aug. 10 at MCC.

Sensei James Sterling began his study of Aikido in 1992, and his study in Martial Arts at the age of 13 in judo and jujitsu. He will offer a free seminar on Aikido on Tuesday, Aug. 10 at MCC.

KINGMAN - A free martial arts - Aikido - seminar will be presented by Mohave Community College's Community Outreach office as a Coffee at the College event from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 10, in Room 200F of the student center at MCC's Neal Campus-Kingman, 1971 Jagerson Ave.

The seminar will feature James Sterling, who is sensei of Desert Wind Martial Arts in Phoenix. He said that, of the last remaining martial arts disciplines, Aikido is considered to hold closest to the virtues of the samurai. A samurai is "one who serves."

The purpose of Aikido is to train the mind and body and to produce sincere, earnest people.

For more information, contact Jacey at (928) 692-3027.