What is Aikido?

Aikido is a purely defensive Japanese martial art. One does not attack or counter attack; one blends with the attacker in order to make one fluid motion. This allows the defender firstly to control the attacker and secondly to apply an Aikido technique: either a projection (throw) or immobilisation (locking/pinning move). 

As one studies Aikido, one understands that Aikido is not purely a form of self defence; it is about self discipline and self control.

Aikido is a true skill and takes a lifetime to master. 

The translation of Aikido out of the Japanese is confusing. Ai-Ki-Do equates to Harmony-Spirit-Way or Path. A simple definition would be The Way of Spirit through Harmony.

Centre of Excellence - Fleet Aikido Club

Fleet Aikido Club

Mondays - 20:00 - 22:00* - General Class
(visitors welcome)

Tuesdays - 20:00 - 22:00 - Advanced Class

(visitors welcome)

Fridays - 19:00 - 21:00* - General Class 
(visitors welcome)

Fridays - 21:00 - 22:00* - Weapons / Kata Class

 

Final Class of 2017 - Tuesday 19th December

(All grades welcome)

Practice Times

Class Ammendments

Please note there will be no Aikido Classes on the Following Dates:

 

Monday September 11th 2017

Monday October 9th 2017

Monday November 13th 2017

Friday 1st December 2017

Monday December 4th 2017

Monday January 15th 2018

Monday February 19th 2018

Monday March 12th 2018

Monday April 16th 2018