Welcome Airenjuku Aikido Club - London
 
  WELCOME

Airenjuku is a group of martial artists who practicing the Japanese art of Aikido.  Airenjuku means "small hall of harmonious practitioners".  This reflects the way in which the club is managed and the way we encourage students to practice and live their lives.  Formed over 21 years ago the club now operates over three sites in London and has a Sister Club in Brighton. The club s lead by Sue Smith 4th Dan Shidoin and Andrew Humphreys 5th Dan Shidoin and is supported by thier team of instructors

You can read more about the history of our dojo and its roots in the "Heritage" page.  Additionally you can read more about the art of Aikido in the "About Aikido" page. Airenjuku is directly affiliated the United Kingdom Aikikai (UKA) and the Joint Aikikai Council (JAC). Through it's affiliation to the UKA Airenjuku instructors are registered with the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in Japan. 

We hope that you find the information in this website useful and look forward to meeting you.  

EASTER TRAINING

There will be NO classes over the Easter Weekend at SOAS on Saturday 19th April and at the IoE on Monday 21st April 2014

Until further notice Monday classes at the IOE will be held in Room S16 in the Students Union

 

Airenjuku student Gavin J. Poffley has translated a book "The Spirit of the Sword. For futher information click here

 

We use Peak Performance Mats

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Airenjuku Aikido Club is Affiliated to the United Kingdom Aikikai, Joint Aikikai Council and the Aikido World Headquarters. Tokyo, Japan
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