Training classes in Aikido taijutsu (body techniques) are conducted at the Ku-ring-gai Dojo on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Class times are listed below but students should arrive at least 15 minutes before to assist with preparing the Dojo, laying out and cleaning the mats and doing their own warm-up preparation.
On Sunday, a weapons class is conducted outdoors, at the Robert Pymble Park, near the Pymble Railway Station. Bring a wooden jo and bokken for practice and meet near the tennis courts in the park.
For more detailed information on any particular day, see the Aikido Calendar.
Last minute information, news or cancellations can usually be found on the Twitter feed, for #AikidoAustralia.
6:45 pm – 7:45 pm Children’s class (8 – 14 years of age)
6:45 pm – 7:45 pm Senior Tai-jutsu class
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Senior Tai-jutsu class and Aikido Beginners Class
9:30 am – 11:00 am Senior Tai-jutsu class
8:00 am – 10:00 am Weapons practice in open-air at Robert Pymble Park.
A monthly training fee of $120 per month (including GST) is charged for adults to attend all training classes (22 hours of instruction each month).
Adult students have the option of paying yearly fees of $1,200 (including GST) in advance equivalent to 10 months training fees to receive 12 months tuition.
Students under the age 18 years of age and concession holders pay a reduced rate of $60 (half the normal seniors training fee) per month or $600 (including GST) if paid annually.
Casual attendees pay $20 per session.
All students pay an annual Association registration of $30 each year.
TRAINING FEES CAN BE PAID BY DIRECT DEPOSIT to APLUS PTY LIMITED, BSB: 032-007 ACCT NO. 23-8106.
Make sure that you provide information on the electronic transfer about who and what period the payment relates.
The Club has an active and well-attended programme for girls and boys aged from 7 to 13 years of age. The Children's class is held every Monday night, during school term from 6:45 to 7:45 pm.