Iaido practitioners Brian Mauchline and Brenda McLeod move smoothly through the motions of the traditional art of the Japanese sword. The art of drawing and cutting with the sword can be traced back to the Samurai and 16th century Japan. The two belong to the Yamabiko Dojo meaning Mountain Echo and meet at the Trail Memorial Centre to practice. Those interested can sign up for Iaido classes through Trail Parks and Recreation.

Iaido practitioners Brian Mauchline and Brenda McLeod move smoothly through the motions of the traditional art of the Japanese sword. The art of drawing and cutting with the sword can be traced back to the Samurai and 16th century Japan. The two belong to the Yamabiko Dojo meaning Mountain Echo and meet at the Trail Memorial Centre to practice. Those interested can sign up for Iaido classes through Trail Parks and Recreation.

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Iaido practitioners Brian Mauchline and Brenda McLeod move smoothly through the motions of the traditional art of the Japanese sword.