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Aikido techniques include joint locks, pins, controls and throws, which use the attacker's strength and weight against them. Therefore Aikido can be practiced by anyone regardless of size or strength. We practice in a relaxed, but serious manner and always welcome beginners. So if you want to gain self-confidence and learn self-defence then please come along to find out more.
Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art that was developed early last century by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969). In Japanese, Aikido means "the way of harmony with the force and principle of nature." Master Ueshiba sought to develop a martial art which was more in harmony with his philosophical and spiritual beliefs. Aikido is distinctly non-competitive and does not hold contests.
* Teaches you self-defence
* Promotes general good health and well-being
* Helps develop self-esteem
* Promotes self-confidence
* Seeks to integrate body and mind
* Is non-competitive
* Doesn't require great strength
All ages can take part in the same practice.
WEDNESDAY 7.30pm to 9.30pm
FRIDAY 5pm to 7pm
ONLY £3 per class
Other weeknights Regular trips to our sensei's Birmingham dojo
To find out more about us, visit our website at http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/aikido
You can contact the committee by emailing email@example.com - we check our email regularly
Aikido Constitution 2010-11