Class Schedule & Course Info

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Open House

Tuesday 5 Sept, 2017 at 7pm

New beginner session starting

Come and try this non-aggressive, family-friendly martial art, or just come to watch and find out more. Our classes offer fitness, fun and self-defence for teens and adults.

We offer our beginner's course through Panorama Recreation Centre at our normal location. Find us in the Active Living Brochure - page 99. Adults and youth welcome.

Class Schedule

Tuesday
7.00 - 8.30pm

Thursday
7.00 - 8.30pm

Sunday (Sept - June)
10.30am - 12.00pm

Regular Training Fees

  • Adults: $50 per month
  • Students: $40 per month
  • Family Discounts: 2nd person 50%, 3rd is 25%, 4th is free!

Students may attend any of the classes during the week.

Drop-in fees are also available.

NOTE: Our club operates as a non-profit society. Fees go only to the overhead of running our club: rent, insurance, etc. Our instructors give freely of their time as volunteers.

Introductory Course

  • Adults: $80 for 7 week course
  • Students: $50 for 7 week course
  • Family Discounts: 2nd person 50%, 3rd is 25%, 4th is free!

Introductory fee includes annual membership and first grading.

Please sign up through Panorama Recreation for the beginner courses listed in the brochure, or directly with our club at other times of the year. Family discounts are available only directly from our club.

Children and Youth

Teenagers are welcome at all classes.

Pre-teen children (9-12) are welcome to train with their parents at regular classes.

We do not currently offer children-only classes.

Notes for Beginners

To try a class for beginners - Wear loose clothing / sweat pants and top, or any martial art uniform you have on hand. Traditional Aikido uniform is a light weight judo 'gi'.

A typical class has a warm up, technical teaching and group practice. Training includes open hand techniques and use of Japanese weapons (wooden sword, short staff and knife). Training provides an individualized aerobic and muscular work out, in a safe, co-operative, non-competitive environment.

During classes you will often hear a few words of Japanese associated with techniques, basic movements and the organization of the practice session. The most common Japanese terms can be found here: Basic Movements and Terminology