Do you want to learn how to
You feel stressed and want to relax and be happy.
You want an intense workout that builds muscle and increases dexterity.
You want the self-esteem boost that comes with knowing you can fight.
RELIEVE STRESS AND ANXIETY
We all have to deal with stress and anxiety in our lives – from work, family, and everything else. You need to have a healthy outlet for it to stay healthy.
Aikido banishes stress by burning it off. When you’re working out, you need to give over your body and mind to the process. There’s no room for worrying.
By the time you’re done working out, you’ll be flooded with endorphins and feeling a serious sense of accomplishment – and your stress will be under control.
you will grow with every class!
Aikido training will show you the path to change in you the negative to more positive, apathy to empathy, and despair to optimistic.
Improve your Fitness & Flexibility
Aikido will give you a total body workout that will help you burn more calories in less time, build more muscle, and increase strength. Aikido is also highly aerobic so you’ll increase your flexibility and balance while burning calories.
What Will I Learn In Aikido Class?
• How to use the "moving zen" of Aikido practice to calm your mind and focus your energy (this is great for stressed out professionals, execs, and parents!)
• How to off-balance and throw a person using just the energy of their inertia and circular, flowing movements
You will achieve additional Health benefits
The health benefits of Aikido are numerous. Aikido's emphasis on proper breathing, balance, and posture results in the steady improvement of physical and mental conditioning in one's daily life, and provides a sense of being energized and centered.
Aikido will Improve your confidence and self-esteem
* It will give you the confidence to achieve anything you set your mind to.
* It will give you the confidence to know you look great.
* It will give you the confidence to perform under pressure.
This is a fantastic place to learn aikido or BJJ. Sensei Alex is very thorough, patient, and encouraging, and you never feel dumb or intimidated while training. It's a very relaxed environment for students of any skill level.
I've been training in aikido for around 6 months, and I absolutely love it. I started training to help ease PTSD symptoms (severe anxiety and depression), as well as to help improve my self-confidence. It's been slow, but I'm definitely noticing a change in myself. I'm more confident and dedicated, and am able to better manage my anxiety and depression. And better yet, it keeps improving the longer I'm attending class.
The aikido we learn is a good balance between tradition and practicality. We learn some traditional techniques and some practical techniques geared toward real-life scenarios. Aikido is not an "aggressive" martial art - it's defensive. We learn a lot of pins and joint locks - ways of escaping an assault or incapacitating an attacker. This makes it ideal for smaller students or those without a lot of muscle - you don't have to be big or strong to effectively use the techniques.
I'd also like to comment that the dojo is always clean (students help with the cleaning) and it doesn't have a "foot" smell like some dojos.
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Yes. Aikido teaches you to use your body and its capabilities to ward off attacks and stay cool in tense situations. You’ll feel prepared to handle anything that comes your way.
Absolutely. Aikido is a high-intensity workout that pushes students to their physical limits. You’ll learn just how strong and powerful your body can be.
Yes. In fact, the reason that Aikido was developed in the first place is that its first practitioner, a young Czechoslovakian man, recognized the need for a self-defense method that went beyond sparring in a gym to incorporate street fighting and practical self-defense. Aikido teaches students how to use their bodies effectively to defend themselves.
Absolutely! Aikido is designed to help people who might be smaller than their attackers to defend themselves, so it’s an ideal self-defense method for women to learn.
Yes, you don’t need experience to take Aikido classes. There are levels of Aikido just as there are in any martial arts discipline, so you’ll start at the bottom and work your way up.
Yes, there are six levels: Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Brown and Black. You’ll have to test at each level before advancing to the next.
Aikido builds core strength and flexibility.
Studying Aikido increases self-confidence and self-esteem.
People who learn Aikido carry themselves with pride.
Aikido emphasizes the mind-body connection and helps students learn self-control.
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