Aikido Training Schedule & Fees

Here are our training times and days.

Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri

Regular
Classes



Adults:
7 – 8:30 pm
Children*:
5:45 – 6:45 pm

Adults:
7 – 8:30 pm



Adults:
7 – 8:30 pm

Training Fees

Monthly – $120

Bi-annually (6 months) – $620

Yearly (12 months) – $1000

Drop-in (yudansha only) – $15

Note: Children’s fees vary from private classes to groups of 2 or more, so please contact Ben Sensei directly. Children’s classes are for those aged 10 to 15 only. Fees include all applicable taxes.

Registration – Call or email Ben Lim at:

info [at] masakokoro [dot] com

403-815-0860

Schedule Update: Masakokoro training schedule updated

Effective October 1st, 2014, Masakokoro Aikido will begin a Monday, Wednesday, Friday practice schedule.

  • Shikko


    The practice of Shikko (or “knee-walking”), which has become an integral part of Aikido training, was originally developed when Japanese feudal lords required that all their followers remain on their knees while in the lord’s presence. It later developed into a formal movement in many Samurai ceremonies.

  • Aikido World Headquarters


    AIKIKAI FOUNDATION Aikido World Headquarters
    17-18 Wakamatsu Cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 162-0056 Japan
    Phone: (+81) 3-3203-9236, Fax: (+81) 3-3204-8145
    Site: http://www.aikikai.or.jp/

  • Aikido Competitions


    We say that Aikido has no competition as this martial art has many dangerous techniques, perhaps more so than any other martial art. Be it the joint or Kansetsu movement or striking or Ate movement, Aikido is exceptional for self-defense and hence has no competition. Due to so many dangerous techniques, no competitions are organized in Aikido as the results could be really dangerous and even result in death.

  • What is Aikido?


    This noncompetitive Japanese martial art aims to harmonize energy with that of a partner or opponent in order to achieve both physical and emotional mastery through peaceful resolution. Aikido literally means the path to the coordination of body, mind, and spirit. Aikido is a defensive system of continuous, circular motions, combining many of the fluid, dance-like movements of t’ai chi along with more subtle, stylized techniques. When practiced properly, successful defense is achieved through minimal action. Originally seen as a combination of religion and martial arts, aikido was created by Morehei Ueshiba in the early twentieth century.

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