Aikido literally means "The Way of Harmony"   


Aikido is a traditional Japanese System of self-defence involving throws and joint locks techniques.

It is essentially non-competitive and non-violent. It is regarded as a subtle and graceful martial art, effective but also suited for gentle people. It addresses moral values and offers a practical way of life. 

It is the objective of Aikido to contribute to the quality of our society by encouraging a chivalric and moral code of behaviour.   Students of Aikido train both body and spirit with the intention of becoming sincere and more rounded individuals.





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