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This page shows a selection of testimonials we have received from those that have practised Shintaido. If you would like to add yours, please complete the short form at the bottom of this page.

“Many years later, I vividly recall my first Shintaido class: its extraordinary energy, its dramatic and liberating movements, its supportive partnerwork, and – above all – the sense of meaning, of honesty, of humanity, of being fully and uniquely alive. Was I being naïve, and would I feel let down later? Miraculously, no. Virtually every practice I have ever done has reinforced those wonderful initial impressions.”
Peter Furtado
“It takes a lot for me to feel part of a group and relaxed around people in a social situation, but somehow Shintaido and the people related to it rarely seem to fail on this one. I am often nervous beforehand, the quiet one, but I so want to be part of it, around people who develop my skills and self confidence.”
Charlotte Stace
“The Gentle Shintaido class I have been going to that has been facilitated by Nagako has been very enjoyable. Her fine energy and her commitment and reverence to Shintaido shines through and is transmitted through her pupils. I feel in the process it allows me to make a deeper connection to myself and through this expansion I am transformed and energised. Last year at the venue in Stroud we were able to practice outside in a beautiful field surrounded by trees. The freedom this gave us in the practice added a whole new dimension to the work. It is a great pleasure to be part of the group.”
Cynthia Whelan

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