Photo by Andrew Joslin


The word dojo means “place of the way” in Japanese. It usually refers to a gathering place for martial arts students. Among the many purposes the Old Oak Dojo serves, it is a practice space for learning how to become more graceful, strong and skilled at movement. It is the home studio of Awareness Incorporated, a holistic and multi-disciplinary approach to embodied living hosted by Aaron Cantor.

Practitioners from many disciplines are invited to use this space to teach such practices as acro-yoga, capoeira, dance, kung fu, qi gong, meditation, yoga and more.