White Oak Aikido Reading
Aikido in Reading
...the way of the warrior ...the way of harmony
Martial Arts in Reading - COME ALONG TO A FREE TASTER SESSION
At White Oak Aikido Reading, we run classes in the martial art of Aikido on Tuesdays. We offer a rolling eight-week Aikido beginners' course, so you can start when it's convenient for you. Originating in Japan, Aikido is a modern martial art based on traditional arts used in battle by samurai warriors. Highly relevant in today's high-stress, confrontational world, Aikido teaches evasion techniques and taking control of an attacker's power to take them down into a throw or immobilisation. Training in Aikido can improve your co-ordination, fitness, flexibility and reaction speed.
Aikido classes run on Tuesdays at 20:00-21:30 at the Caversham Heights Methodist Church Hall. After your free taster class, you can join our eight-week beginners' course for only £60 (waged) or £50 (unwaged), which includes insurance and access to our online training materials. But first, just come along and try a free, no-obligation, no hard-sell, taster session. (You must be over 18 to train with us.)
Member comment: 'The instructor group are united, consistent and their dedication to teaching is inspiring, all the way to contagious.' Find out more about White Oak Aikido Reading instructors.
We have stringent COVID-safety measures in place, so please contact us in advance to book your visit to the dojo.
For more information, please take a look at our White Oak Aikido in Reading website or send an email to Reading Aikido
Who to contact
- 07743 301199 07743 301199
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Where to go
- Caversham Heights Methodist Church Hall
74, Highmoor Road
- RG4 7BG
Directions to RG4 7BG
Free parking available.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Tuesdays 20:00-22:00
- Time of day
- First session is free. Foundations Course costs £60 waged, £50 unwaged. Please enquire for ongoing training costs thereafter.
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