We still have a few places open for this Saturday 23 September. SAVE the Day is an evidence-based, experiential program that empowers you with the knowledge and skills you need to survive the most important five seconds of your life. In a single day we will teach you how to save your own life, or the life of someone you… Read more →
Our next ‘SAVE the Day’ Sydney training program is in February. SAVE the Day is the best once-and-done training experience available in Australia. Download pdf: SAVE the Day SYD 16 Feb 2020 (full registration and payment details). Sunday 16 February 2020, 8.30 am to 5.30 pm Aikido in Sydney Bridge Road School 127 Parramatta Road, Camperdown NSW See Location for access… Read more →
We’re running another ‘SAVE the Day’ training program in Brisbane. SAVE the Day is the best once-and-done training experience available in Australia. Download pdf: SAVE the Day BNE 18 Jan 2020 (full registration and payment details). Saturday 18 January 2020, 8.30 am to 5.30 pm Onami DojoCapalaba Scout Hall65 Degen Road, Capalaba QldSee Onami Dojo website for location details Cost $345 Earlybird… Read more →
Congratulations to all Aiki Kids and Aiki Teens who graded at the end of Term 1 2019. Scroll down for pictures! Those promoted are: 10-kyu: Oliver 9-kyu: Harriet, Neave, Amelia, Elsa and Hannah 8-kyu: Jay Other students made very positive progress towards their next grading. Students who joined us late in the term can look forward to their first grading… Read more →
We started a new year of training on Monday with a fresh look at the role of uke. We also worked on tenchinage, sankyō and yonkyō. We are still terrible at taking group photos but the good news is that everyone’s aiki continues to improve. Looking forward to the rest of the dojo coming back from exotic travel and various… Read more →
Last classes for 2018 and first classes back in 2019. Aiki Kids and Teens: classes concluded Mon 17 Dec. Classes recommence for Term 1 2019 on Mon 4 Feb. Aikido adults: last class Thu 20 Dec. Classes restart formally Mon 7 Jan. Get in touch if you are interested in additional informal training in the meantime. Atemi-jutsu: last class Sat… Read more →
Our next aikido grading for adult students is on Thursday 13 December. This is earlier than originally scheduled to accommodate students jetting off to exotic locations like Cuba and Perth Candidates, please work with your sempai over the coming weeks to polish your techniques for examination. Instead of our usual pizza after the grading we’ll be enjoying ‘sake on the… Read more →
Announcing our first Brisbane ‘SAVE the Day’ training. SAVE the Day is the best once-and-done training experience available in Australia. Download pdf: SAVE the Day BNE 8 Dec 2018 (full registration and payment details). Saturday 8 December 2018, 8.30 am to 5.30 pm Onami Dojo Capalaba Scout Hall 65 Degen Road, Capalaba Qld See Onami Dojo website for location details Cost $345… Read more →
Congratulations to everyone who graded at the end of Term 3! Aiki kids and teens classes resume for Term 4 on Monday 15 October. Well done to all our students who worked at improving performance at every repetition. All the hard work is paying off! Many thanks to Mel Lindenthal for her creative training exercises that engage the whole mind… Read more →
Learn to survive your attempted murder: announcing our first Sydney ‘SAVE the Day’ one-day atemi-jutsu foundation training. Download pdf: SAVE the Day, SYD 2 Dec 2018 containing full details including registration, payment and release and indemnity agreement. Sunday 2 December 2018, 8.30 am to 5.30 pm Aikido in Sydney Bridge Road School 127 Parramatta Road, Camperdown NSW See Location for… Read more →
Details of our next atemi-jutsu live training weekend in Sydney. Learn to survive the most critical 5 seconds of your life. Live training weekend Download pdf with full details including payment, registration and release and indemnity agreement 15–16 Sep 2018 (Sat–Sun), 8.30 am to 5.30 pm each day Bridge Road School, 127 Parramatta Road, Camperdown NSW 2050. See Location for… Read more →
There is no such thing as ‘women’s self defence’. There, we’ve said it. But it’s a scary world out there you say? ‘Self defence’ conventionally includes all the things you do to ensure you are not in a situation where you can be assaulted in the first place. You’re probably doing all that already, as the current debate in the… Read more →
Photos from the Australian Jujitsu Federation coaching accreditation weekend in Sydney, 23–24 June. Read more →
All candidates demonstrated a high standard of kata and a good understanding of aiki basics.
Thanks to Mike for his feedback and assessment. Thanks to Mel for the pics.
Thanks also to everyone who came out for dinner afterwards, it was lots of fun.
Farewell Blake and best of luck in Christchurch!
The car park at the dojo will be inaccessible to both cars and pedestrians from Monday 18 to Monday 25 June while the car park is being resurfaced. Please enter the dojo through the pedestrian gate at the end of Pidcock Street, which runs parallel to Victory Lane. Cross the small park to access a second gate at the far… Read more →