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Prairie Aikikai student earns promotion

Phat Vu, a student of the Prairie Aikikai Aikido dojo in Sycamore, was recently recognized for his skills in attaining the rank of Yonkyu (purple belt) in his studies of Aikido. Vu began studying Aikido years ago, while in college, but got away from the martial art due to family and work responsibilities. He restarted his studies at the Prairie Aikido dojo under the direction of Sensei’s Jeff and Les Hecht and has been making steady progress ever since. Pictured (from left) are Jeffrey Hecht (Yondan), Phat Vu and Leslie Hecht (Yondan).
Phat Vu, a student of the Prairie Aikikai Aikido dojo in Sycamore, was recently recognized for his skills in attaining the rank of Yonkyu (purple belt) in his studies of Aikido. Vu began studying Aikido years ago, while in college, but got away from the martial art due to family and work responsibilities. He restarted his studies at the Prairie Aikido dojo under the direction of Sensei’s Jeff and Les Hecht and has been making steady progress ever since. Pictured (from left) are Jeffrey Hecht (Yondan), Phat Vu and Leslie Hecht (Yondan).

Phat Vu, a student of the Prairie Aikikai Aikido dojo in Sycamore was recently recognized for his skills in attaining the rank of Yonkyu (purple belt) in his studies of Aikido. Vu began studying Aikido years ago while in college, but got away from the martial art due to family and work responsibilities. He restarted his studies at the Prairie Aikido dojo under the direction of Sensei’s Jeff and Les Hecht, and has been making steady progress ever since. Pictured (from left) are Jeffrey Hecht (Yondan), Phat Vu and Leslie Hecht (Yondan).

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