Bill Dunn 先生

Bill Dunn Sensei

Nidan (2nd degree black belt)

After practicing a number of other martial arts, Bill Dunn Sensei began studying aikido in 2004 under Dan McDougall Sensei (6th dan) at the Princeton YWCA. He has also studied under Kokikai founder Shuji Maruyama at numerous camps and seminars. Before becoming an instructor at the Princeton University dojo, Bill Sensei assisted with the YWCA's kids and teens class, and enjoys teaching as a way to pay forward and honor his own instructors.

Morris Doktor 先生

Morris Doktor Sensei

Yondan (4th degree black belt)

Morris Docktor has been practicing Aikido since 1992 at the Princeton YWCA under the instruction of Dan McDougall Sensei 6th dan, and Warren Good Sensei 4th dan. He also trains with Shuji Maruyama Sensei in seminars and camps several times every year.

Morris is a painter/sculptor/muralist. He has worked in the tri-state area for the past 35 years.

Irwin Cariaga 先生

Irwin Cariaga Sensei

Nidan (2nd degree black belt)

Initially introduced to Kokikai Aikido in Chicago 10 years earlier, Irwin Cariaga Sensei began his dedicated practice of this martial art in 2004 with Dan McDougall Sensei, 6th dan, and Mame Reynolds Sensei, 4th dan, at the Princeton YWCA. Several times each year, he also trains with Kokikai Aikido’s founder, Shuji Maruyama Sensei, in camps and senior seminars.

As an instructor at the Princeton University dojo, Irwin Sensei is committed to helping his students grow in this art and enjoy it as much as he has.

Yu Oen 先生

Yu Oen Sensei

Nidan (2nd degree black belt)

Yu Oen has been practicing Kokikai Aikido since 2004 under Dan McDougall Sensei, 7th dan and Mame Reynolds Sensei, 4th dan in addition to studying a few times a year under Shuji Maruyama Sensei. He has also studied 3 other martial arts prior to Kokikai Aikido.

He believes in the lifelong learning of the martial arts and enjoys sharing the experience with his students and fellow Aikidoka.