Aikido Yoshinkan Brisbane Dojo

West End

Aikido Yoshinkan Brisbane Dojo in West End offers basic and advanced Aikido and self-defence classes for adults, teens and children from 6 years old. 

Aikido Yoshinkan Brisbane Dojo, West End

Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art and Yoshinkan Aikido is one of the best martial arts to gain the skills of self defence. This style of Aikido is well known for its efficient, effective and realistic techniques, trained by male and female officers of the Metropolitan Police and Riot Police in Japan.

Aikido Yoshinkan Brisbane Dojo, West End

Yoshinkan Aikido is strong in basics having developed six basic movements which train your body to apply techniques in the fastest way, with maximum efficiency and with minimum risk of injury. 

Aikido Yoshinkan Brisbane Dojo, West End

This practical style of Aikido is suitable for all ages. Children's classes (6-11 years old) combine traditional Aikido discipline with old-fashioned fun. Instruction is broken into basic movements (learning your balance and centre), break-fall practice both forwards and backwards, self-defence techniques and as a treat for hard training, dodge ball and other fun games.

Aikido Yoshinkan Brisbane Dojo, West End

In addition, Aikido training helps kids and teens develop co-ordination, self-control, self-respect, respect for others, general fitness and social skills.

Nice to know - Mori Shihan 8th-Dan is highly qualified. He has taught Queensland and Victoria police, as well as Special Forces in Australia, India and Japan.

 Aikido Yoshinkan Brisbane Dojo is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Aikido Yoshinkan

Brisbane Dojo

10 Ferry Rd

West End

3255 0155

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