Our aikido club is located in North Hertfordshire, serving the towns of Stevenage, Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock, Welwyn, Hertford and Royston. We are affilliated to the Aikido Research Federation and the club teachers are accredited by the British Aikido Board.
Beginners are always welcome.
Aikido - Wednesday at 8.00pm, here, at the Marriotts Sports Centre, Telford Avenue, Stevenage, SG2 0AN
Aikido Weapons - Tuesday at 8.00pm, here, at the Marriotts Sports Centre, Telford Avenue, Stevenage, SG2 0AN .
Aikido is a powerful martial art that can only be used for self-defence. Aikido uses angles and balance to over-power larger or stronger opponents. Since aikido does not rely on strength to be effective, it is suitable for men and women of differing ages and abilities.
We study a traditional style of aikido called Iwama Style. This is a style of aikido developed by the late Morihiro Saito Sensei 9th Dan, a long-term student of O'Sensei, the founder of aikido. It concentrates on the study of basic but powerful aikido techniques and emphasises the use of aiki weapons (ken and jo).
Details of Sensei Toutain's visit to Stevenage in April are now available here.
Beginners are welcome to start training at any time.
We have completed our move to the Marriotts Sports Centre. Both Taijutsu and weapons classes are held in the Dance Studio and start at 8pm.
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Please look here for information about how to renew your ARF membership.