The World of Aikido

For more information about Aikido and our Aikido Friends around the world (or Yorkshire!!)

The British Aikido Association was founded in 1966 in order to promote and maintain the ethical and technical standards of Tomiki Aikido in the United Kingdom. There are BAA approved Clubs & Dojo in all parts of Britain. On an international basis the BAA is affiliated to the Japan Aikido Association. Under the auspices of the BAA, international instructors are brought to Britain at regular intervals to further promote and develop Aikido in this country.

The BAA has a formal grading syllabus and promotion structure. It’s gradings are recognised by the JAA and are equal to their standards. The BAA sets qualification requirements for examiners, judges and referees and maintains a register of all such officials and the standards they have attained.

www.aikido-baa.org.uk

YOKOHAMA SPORTS AIKIDO CLUB

 

Sensei Yoshiomi Inoue (7th Dan)

 

Sensei Inoue is one of the leading Japan Aikido Association (JAA) Senior instructors

You will get very personal training sessions in his Yokohama dojo.

Forget everything you have learned... (or not learned)... for this will be an experience never to be forgotten.

Simply a wonderful Sensei to learn Aikido from.

If you are ever in the Tokyo, Kawasaki, Yokohama area... definitely worth a visit.

SCOTTHALL TRIED AND TESTED... AUGUST 2017

 

iyoshiomijaa@gmail.com

 

https://yokohamasac.wordpress.com/greeting

 

TOSHINKAI AIKIDO

 

Sensei Junji Konaka (5th Dan)

 

Sensei Konaka's reputation in the world of competitive Aikido is legendary.

An Embu and Randori World Champion, getting on the mat with Sensei Konaka is an eye opening experience.

The speed, balance and execution of techniques turns Aikido into an art form.

A truly great experience and lovely Sensei to train with at their Tokyo dojo.

If you are ever in the Tokyo, Kawasaki, Yokohama area... definitely worth a visit.

SCOTTHALL TRIED AND TESTED... AUGUST 2017

 

toshinkai@toshinkai-aikido.undo.jp

 

http://paddy8.sakura.ne.jp/wpdb

DUBLIN TOMIKI AIKIDO

 

Sensei Keith McClean (4th Dan), Sensei Pam Dempsey (2nd Dan), Sensei Jerry Ryan (1st Dan)

 

Our friendly (and very funny) Irish Aikidoka founded this club in 2013.

DTA is Ireland's youngest Tomiki Aikido Club and is the home of the Irish Junior National and Senior competitive squads.

 

www.tomikiaikido.ie

Ichiban Leeds - Meanwood

 

Sensei Bob Jones (7th Dan), Sensei Mark Aldridge (5th Dan), Sensei Tony Cox (1st Dan)

 

www.ichibanleeds.co.uk 

Bradford Tomiki Aikido Club

 

Sensei Garrett Baxter (5th Dan), Sensei Phil Hargreaves (2nd Dan)

 

www.bradfordaikido.co.uk

Yon Ju Hachi Aikido - Wetherby, Garforth & Harrogate

 

Sensei Rob Hartshorn (4th Dan)

 

https://en-gb.facebook.com/YonJuHachi

Renshinkan Aikido - Manchester & Sale

 

Sensei Steve Evans (4th Dan), Sensei Abi Brown (2nd Dan), Sensei Chris Kirkham (1st Dan)

 

https://renshinkanaikidoclub.wordpress.com/

 

https://www.facebook.com/renshinkanaikidomcr/

 

Tanseikan Aikido Club - London

 

Sensei David Fielding (6th Dan), Sensei Vanda Fairchild (5th Dan),

 

https://en-gb.facebook.com/tanseikan/

 

 

THE KEPPLEWRAY CENTRE

 

Kepplewray is a well established residential Outdoor Activity Centre within the Lake District National Park.

 

And is host to the SCOTTHALL KEPPLEWRAY EXPERIENCE

 

www.kepplewray.org.uk

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