UniSA Shodokan Aikido Club

The UniSA Shodokan Aikido club offers practice of a Japanese Martial Art in self-defense, fitness and the opportunity to meet new people in a safe environment.

Description

About Us
Aikido is a Japanese martial art developed by Kenji Tomiki. It is a predominantly defensive discipline which involves blending and taking your attackers balance and using their momentum against them.

The UniSA Shodokan Aikido club offers practice in self-defense, fitness and competitions with the opportunity to meet new people in a safe environment. The club is open to all members of all abilities and fitness levels. Additionally, the club is associated with Sport Aikido Australia (formerly Oceania Aikido Kyougi Renmai) and ofcourse Japan for training workshops and competition events. We are a founding member of World Sport Aikido Federation (WSAF).

This club was founded in 1995 by Sensei Andrew Bereny, Rokudan (6th dan). He has more than 35 years experience in Shodokan (Tomiki) Aikido and is supported by a dedicated team of Black Belts (Yudansha) here in Adelaide and Australia.

We welcome you to attend our club for a free introductory lesson.

Training
Pridham Hall, UniSA City West Campus
Monday 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Thursday 6:30pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday 8:45am -11:00am

On Saturday, Pridham Hall door is locked. Please call Andrew (0409 927 0024) to be let in.

Membership Fees
Prior to joining this club you must be a member of UniSA Sport, membership for UniSA students is free and $25 for UniSA staff, alumni and community members.

Club fees are:
Casual training fees
$5 UniSA Student
$10 UniSA staff, alumni and community

Semester training fees
$80 UniSA Student
$140 UniSA staff, alumni and community

Contact Us

Shodokan Aikido Club:

shodokan.unisa@gmail.com

Or message our Facebook page above!

Principal Instructor:

Andrew Bereny
Principal instructor
Ph: 0409 927 024
E: shodokan_sa@bigpond.com

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