AIKIDO is a traditional Japanese budo, ie a martial art concerned not only with practical technique, but also with the positive effect that the unity of mind, body and spirit attained through training can have on daily life. The goal of our Aikido is self-development. There are no competitions, and strong emphasis is placed on helping each other in every way.
Aikido is for everyone. We have members aged between 5 and 80. All are welcome.
Training is slow and careful, and gradual development is emphasised. There is no need to be fit or strong to begin. Our instructors are qualified and insured by the Sport England recognised governing body (BAB), and we implement full child protection procedure.
Inagaki Shihan will be teaching in the United Kingdom for the first time in May 2015. Please click HERE for further details
The chief instructor Andrew Hathaway holds a 6th dan rank from the Aikikai Foundation, and all dan ranks are Aikikai registered.
Click here for the Aikikai website.
Click here for the UKTAF page.