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Daily Schedule

The following is the daily schedule for Aikido at our dojo (practice hall). Each class has a primary instructor that teaches the classes although substitutions obviously occur when an instructor has other commitments. During seminars, the regular class schedule is superceded by the seminar schedule, which is generally published on the special events page.

Visitors are welcome at any time to observe a class and ask questions.

  WEEK DAY CLASS SCHEDULE     WEEKEND
TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY   TIME SATURDAY SUNDAY
6:30AM-7:30AM REGULAR
Eric E.
REGULAR
Wayne B.
REGULAR
Steve K.
REGULAR
Joe A.
REGULAR
Kathy A.
  7:30AM-8:30AM REGULAR
Wayne B.
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  8:45AM-9:45AM NEW CLASS
Test Prep
TBD.
 
10:00AM-11:00AM YOUTH
(7 and up)
Kathy A
ADVANCED (Gokyu & up)
Cal B.
11:00AM-12:30PM
  REGULAR
Cal B.
11:30AM-12:30PM
Fundamentals
Galen D.
1:30-3:00PM
5:15PM-6:15PM REGULAR
Jerry D.
WEAPONS
(Gokyu & up)

Jeff P.
4:15 to 5:15 PM
YOUTH
(7 and up)
Mick C.
NEW CLASS
4:45 to 5:45 PM
Test Prep
TBD.
 

DOJO CLOSED ON: 
5:30PM - 7:00PM     REGULAR
Tobin S.
Gary N.
  REGULAR
George W..
New Years Day 
Easter 
Memorial Day 
4th of July 
Labor Day 
Thanksgiving 
Christmas 
6:00PM-7:00PM       YOUTH
(7 and up)
Vickie S.
 
6:30PM-7:30PM REGULAR
Judy O.
BASIC
Brad D.
     
7:15PM-8:30PM       BASIC
Mick C.
 
 
    

NOTE:

  • classes marked Basic in the schedule above are designed to give more instruction to help you get started
  • classes marked Youth are designed for children, but parents can also participate. Generally children should be 7 or older.
  • classes marked Gokyu & up are more advanced classes and you should attend only if you have passed to the rank of Gokyu.

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Schedule Changes

Additional Classes have been added on Thursday and Sat for students to work with others on Test Preparation. Arrange to come with your own uke.

There are now three youth classes. Saturday, Wednesday and Thursday.

 

Related Information

Did you know?

Most Aikido classes are run continuously--you can start at any time.

Seminars

We generally have two or three of special events or seminars over the course of the year. An Aikido seminar is not a lecture, it is a special practice where the instructor demonstrates and the class then does the technique. more...

 

Related Information

Interested in trying it out?

You are welcome to join us at any time and watch or participate in a class..

If you want to participate, wear loose fitting flexible clothing, such as long-sleeved sweats.

If you want to watch, we have seating along the side of the mat.