Better Yourself With Japanese Iaido

Practicing iaido can improve the user's mindset and attitude.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Michimich -- Did you know that martial arts are more than just a physical activity?

Practicing martial arts such as iaido, or the art of Japanese swordsmanship, can provide you with a unique experience that improves your body, mind, and spirit.

Iaido is the practice of wielding a katana in a controlled, efficient way. The main actions include drawing the katana, using it for defense, then re-sheathing it.

Through iaido, you'll learn principles like honor and integrity. You'll use self-discipline to perfect your footwork, posture and etiquette to become the best version of yourself. Iaido's slow, precise movements take a lot of mental focus. Many say that the constant engagement creates a centering or enlightening sensation that's very rewarding. Iaido is for all ages. It's good for people who want to train their body at their own pace or grow in a personal, non-competitive way.

At the Japanese Martial Arts Center, we start where you are and welcome everyone to our clean, positive, and respectful dojo. If you're curious about iaido in Ann Arbor, we invite you to come observe a class or take your free intro lessons. We have options to suit almost everyone. Our team of instructors have experience teaching men and women of virtually all ages and fitness levels.

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To start learning the art of iaido and getting its benefits, call us today at 734-720-0330 or visit our website. Contact the Japanese Martial Arts Center - Martial Arts Ann Arbor, Michigan - Jiu-jitsu, Judo, Iaido, Karate (

About Japanese Martial Arts Center: Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, JMAC is an authentic Japanese martial arts facility that focuses on karate, judo, Nihon jujutsu, and iaido that serves the Ann Arbor, Dexter, Chelsea, Pinckney, and Canton areas as well as all of Southeast Michigan. The experienced instructors train the mind, body, and spirit of members at an individualized pace, offering martial arts to experienced and inexperienced students.

Source: Japanese Martial Arts Center

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