About Greg Tetsuzan Noble Sensei:
Greg Tetsuzan Noble Sensei is the Chief Instructor for Zenshinkai Aikido Association. He began his Aikido training at the early age of fifteen, and is now ranked Rokudan (6th degree black belt) Aikikai. He also holds black belt ranks in Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu Iaido and Shindo Muso-ryu Jodo, and has long-term formal training in Zen. Noble Sensei is a certified Zen Teacher and Roshi under Zen Garland, an international organization for Zen training, and is Dharma Successor of Paul Genki Kahn Roshi.
About The Hosting Dojo:
The word “yanagi” means ‘willow’ in Japanese. The willow is a common icon in Japanese culture; from stories and legends to paintings and poetry. We have adopted the name “Yanagi Aikido Dojo” as a constant reminder of the aim of our training: Grounded, harmonious, sheltering, and graceful.