Welcome to Blue Mountains Aiki-Kai
Blue Mountains Aiki-Kai has been practicing Aikido in the Blue Mountains since 2003 at Faulconbridge and then additional classes in Katoomba.
If you haven't seen Aikido before you're welcome to come along and watch a class.
Faulconbridge dojo is now closed for the Christmas/New Year break. January classes will be on the Mon 9th, Wed 11th, Wed 25th and Mon 30th. Katoomba will continue Thursday classes over the break.
Thanks to everyone who attended classes this year and have a safe holidays. See you in 2017.
Japanese Martial Arts Extravaganza in Sydney
Posted on Oct 31, 2016
There will be a one day seminar conducted by Osawa Shihan on Saturday 12th November and a Demonstration of Japanese Budo on Sunday 13th November. An event well worth attending.
Class cancellations Sept 2016
Posted on Sep 04, 2016
Wednesday classes on 7th, 14th and 21st Sept have been cancelled.
Class cancellations June/July 2016
Posted on Jun 06, 2016
Unfortunately our instructor is unavailable for a number of classes, as well as Winter School in July and we have had to cancel some classes.
Blue Mountains dojo 10-year anniversary training
Posted on Apr 05, 2015
March 2015 marked the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Blue Mountains dojo in Faulconbridge.
January 2015 classes
Posted on Jan 13, 2015
There will be some disruption to classes in January due to the Summer School in Melbourne.
The Art of Peace
Aikido is a modern, non-competitive, Japanese martial art, utilised as a Way, or process, by which to achieve spiritual and personal growth.
Established Aiki-Kai in Australia
Sugano Shihan, 8th Dan, was a live-in student (uchi-deshi) of the founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba (known as O-Sensei).