Welcome picture (it only looks dangerous, that was an easy technic)

Sensei Jason is showing off while in a motion

Covid19 News:

As our country is slowly opening after Covid19 outbreak, we are coming back to dojo at Sunday, 26th of July.
To maintain social distancing, we will be focusing on the weapon work, so please bring your Jo and Bokken (if you have one).
We would like to kindly remain to all our members (and beginners) to bring their own facemask and antibacterial gel.
Also washing your hands before and after training is compulsory.

What does Aikido mean?


Aikido is a Japanese Martial Art, that can help with fitness level, confidence and mobility. The physical training in aikido is diverse, covering both general physical fitness and conditioning, as well as specific techniques. Because a substantial portion of any aikido curriculum consists of throws, beginners learn how to safely fall and roll. The specific techniques for attack include both strikes and grabs; the techniques for defense consist of throws and pins. After basic techniques are learned, students study freestyle defense against multiple opponents, and techniques with weapons.

Aikido is suitable for people of all gender and age, beginning from 6 years old, with no upper limit.

Our classes are every Sunday at 6 PM, it costs £6 per adult and it lasts for about 2 hours.