Information in English

 

Aikido

Aikido is a modern and peaceful martial art, developed from the techniques of the Japanese samurai. Fundamental in Aikido is, that aggression directed to yourself can be guided/controlled instead of using lethal force. This principle is found in the techniques to end the attack by using the attackers own energy and momentum.

Aikido techniques can be recognized by their harmonious, often circular or spiraled movements. The right timing and correct body movement provides the opportunity to take over your opponent’s attack, taking his balance, and immobilizing your opponent.

 

Our dojo

Aikido Centrum Rotterdam is based at the Japanese School of Rotterdam; the address is:

Verhulstlaan 19
3055 WJ Rotterdam (Hillegersberg)

For more information please do not hesistate to contact us. The details can be found on the Contact page.

 

 

 

Class schedule

Tuesday – address: Verhulstlaan 19, Rotterdam

19.30 – 20.30 Beginners Sachien Raghoe
20.30 – 22.00 Advanced (yudansha) Sachien Raghoe

 

Thursday – address: Verhulstlaan 19, Rotterdam

19.30 – 20.30 Beginners Sachien Raghoe
20.30 – 22.00 Advanced (yudansha) Sachien Raghoe

 

Friday – address: DJOJ, Antony Duyklaan 5, Rotterdam

19.00 – 20.00 Children and youth up to and including 14 years Peter Buijsman

 

Fees

Adults and youth starting from 15 years of age

▪ € 37,50 per month (automatic deposit)

▪ € 40,00 per month (manual deposit)

▪ € 350,00 per year (automatic deposit)

 

Students after showing their student card

▪ € 30,00 per month (automatic deposit)

 

Children and youth up to and incl 14 years of age

▪ € 20,00 per month (automatic deposit)

▪ € 21,50 per month (manual deposit)

 

 

Please join a trial lesson without any further obligations.

For holidays, special classes (stages), and generic dojo information view our Nieuws and Calendar pages frequently.

All dojo members pay an annual fee for the Dutch Aikikai Foundation membership which provides amongst other things an accident insurance, official kyu- and dangrade recognition by the Hombu dojo in Japan, and a discount for national special classes (stages) and events.