Welcome to Bury Aikido Club

The aim of the club is to promote & provide the practise & awareness of Aikido in the area. The “message” of Aikido is not about fighting, but about working together in harmony. Not an easy path, but a noble one. Aikido operates on many different levels; Physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. So there is something for everyone.

Aikido practice can benefit everyone, male or female, young or old, of any ethnic or national origin. All can enjoy and improve their health and fitness by attending regular classes.  It’s full and natural body movement has aerobic benefits for all. When practiced regularly it will assist in developing a fitter, more supple and stronger body with improved flexibility, reflexes and reactions.

Founded in 1992 Bury Aikido Club is a member of the Lancashire Aikikai. At our club you’ll find a warm welcome for both beginners and members
from other clubs and organisations.

What is Aikido?

picture of Morihei UeshibaAikido is a ‘pure’ Japanese martial art. It is a fairly modern art founded by Morihei Ueshiba in the early 20th century, but its roots go back over a thousand years. The emphasis on all practice is always harmonious, blending and controlled, with no competition or aggression. Aikido is performed by blending with the motion of the attacker and redirecting the force of the attack rather than opposing it head-on… [learn more]

Interested?
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