Aikido BangaloreTraining in the traditional Aikido Takemusu methods employed by the founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba.
Training in the traditional Aikido Takemusu methods employed by the founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba.
Aikido Bangalore training integrates several martial systems, including empty-hand (tai-jutsu), wooden sword (aiki-ken), wooden staff (aiki-jo) and knife (tanto).
Instead of clashing with an attacker’s physical strength, the self-defence techniques of Aikido blend with the attacker’s movements using the dynamic engagement strategies and spherical motion evolved from techniques of Japanese Swordsmanship, thus enabling both men and women to effectively defend themselves against multiple armed or unarmed attackers without the need to employ the destructive punching and kicking techniques that can often be associated with other combat arts.
Alliance Francaise De Bangalore,
P.B. 108, Thimmaiah Road
Vasanthanagar, Bangalore-560 052
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‘Smriti Nandan’, 15/3, Palace Road
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Aikido in Bangalore
The Bangalore based Aikido training centres are located at Vasanthanagar and Palace Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Please call M.C Thimmaiah on 98441 06903 for more information and follow the links in the tabs above for exact class location and times for adult Aikido classes held in Bangalore.
Aikido in Perth
The Perth based Aikido training centre is located in Willagee, Perth, Western Australia. Please call James Irving on 0449865807 for more information and follow the links in the tabs above for class location and times for adult Aikido classes held in Perth.
Aikido in Melbourne
The Melbourne based Aikido Bayside training centres are located in Cheltenham and Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Please call Jules Aib on 0418 568 638 for more information and follow the links in the tabs above for exact class location and times for both adult and kids Aikido classes held in Melbourne.
- Aikido is one of the most popular martial arts practiced worldwide. What differentiates Aikido from other traditional martial arts is that it’s empty-hand techniques are derived from the body movements, martial strategy and mental focus of Japanese swordsmanship.
- Aikido’s free flowing circular movements enable you to redirect the energy from an opponent without having to clash with the force of the attack. This non-aggressive strategy allows you to effectively defend yourself without the need to employ the destructive punching and kicking techniques that characterise other combat arts.
- The training takes place in a safe, friendly, non-competitive group environment, at a pace that is tailored to your ability. This ensures an injury-free training session that is most suitable for men, women and children of all ages.
- The training promotes a healthy lifestyle and teaches discipline, etiquette and respect for all life.
- We are strongly committed to maintaining the authentic, traditional ideals of the unique martial-art of Aikido as originally taught by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969).
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