A non-competitive Japanese martial art of self-defense. Aikido was created by, Morihei Ueshiba, out of a desire to see people develop their full potential as individuals, both physically and mentally. The word Aikido roughly translates to “the way (do) to harmonise (ai) one's inner energy (ki)”.
Aikido movements are usually spherical rotations, characterised by flowing, almost dance-like, circular motions that are used to overcome and control the strength of the opponent. This principle makes it possible to defend one's self from anopponent of superior size, strength, and experience.
Our classes are designed to improve one's fitness, health and flexibility while developing awareness and self-defence skills. At the same time, it will also help our students build confidence.