DEDICATION. STRENGTH. FOCUS.
Aikido is a unique method of self-defense derived from Japanese Bujutsu (warrior arts). Aikido is a blend of redirecting the energy of an attacker to a different direction of the force of the attack rather than physically opposing it head-on, thereby protecting yourself and the attacker from injury. This requires very little strength, as the aikido practitioner leads the attacker’s momentum using entering and turning movements. The techniques are completed with various throws or joint locks.
AIKIDO (12 & UP)
- Thursday 7:30-8:15 pm
- Fee: $40/month
For additional information contact Amy Yenzer, our Sports Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785.404.4025.
Shorts, sweats, and t-shirts are acceptable for the first few classes. You will need to purchase a traditional Gi from Sensei before your child takes their first test.
SENSEI ROY MILLER
Sensei Miller holds the rank of Hachidan 8th Dan, 8th Degree Black Belt, and Weapons Instructor. He also holds the rank of Shodan 1st Dan in Jujitsu. He has a Master's Shidoshi Sho Belt in Shin Nagare Karate. May of 2005, he was acknowledged for his outstanding contribution to the martial arts and was inducted into the Musahdo Warriors of the Truth Martial Arts Hall of Fame. June of 2015, he was inducted into the U.S.A. Martial Arts “Hall of Fame” in the category of “Shotokan Master of the Year”.