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Jeff Hadley Sensei began his Martial Arts study in Judo and Aikido with Shuji Maruyama Sensei at the Ohio Judo and Karate school while attending high school. He continued his martial arts training in Shito-ryu and Isshin-ryu Karate-do as well as Taekwon-do during and after college. Hadley Sensei is ranked Shodan in Shito-ryu and Isshin-ryu Karate-do. Hadley Sensei continued his Aikido training in 1988 and was promoted to Godan (5th Degree ) in 2019.
Andrzej Siwkiewicz, 5th Degree Black Belt
Andrzej Siwkiewicz Sensei began his martial arts training in 1982 in Poland studying Tai Chi Chuan and Kung Fu Hung Gar style. He joined Warsaw University Aikido Club in 1983 where he trained with Roman Hoffman Sensei. In 1989 he moved to West Berlin where he trained in the Aikido-Zen Institute under Gerhard Walter Shihan.
Tomek Wardega, 4th Degree Black Belt
Tomek Wardega Sensei began practicing Aikido at the Technical University of Gdansk, Poland in 1989. In 1990 he traveled to Sheffield, England and practiced Jujitsu. In 1991 he returned to Poland and, unable to find an Aikido dojo, he practiced Karate.
Vladimir Soroka, Aiki-jutsu Instructor, 6th Degree Black Belt
Vladimir Soroka Sensei started in Martial Arts in 1968. Serious regular training in Aiki Ju-Jutsu since 1970, and in Aikido since 1985. He has been teaching adults and children for more than 35 years.
Orsolya Kiss Sensei began studying Iaido in August of 2007 under Matthew Swisher Sensei (4th dan ZNKR and Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu) in Cleveland, OH. She earned her shodan (first degree black belt) in the spring of 2010 under the Canadian Kendo Federation (CKF). She continued her training under Swisher Sensei earning her 2nd dan in summer of 2011 under All United States Kendo Federation (AUSKF) and her 3rd dan in the spring of 2013 under the CKF.