Welcome to Aikido 合気道

Aikido is a Japanese martial art that can be practiced by men and women of any age. This martial art belongs to the ancient Japanese Budo tradition but being developed around 1920 by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969), it is one of the youngest member of this tradition.

Morihei Ueshiba has combined many different aspects of martial arts into a system which does not meet force with force but aims at blending with and re-directing the energy of an attacker and to bring him under control through throws and pins. The movements are graceful, effective and seem deceivingly simple, often based upon ancient sword fighting techniques. The attacker will notice that the more speed power he puts into an attack the faster and harder the energy returns.

Coronavirus measures

The government anounced new measures that will last untill 20 May. Until then all regular practices in Houtrust and De Poort are canceled.
We do online lessons for members on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. If you are a menber check your email. 

All Aikido lessons in both locations, Houtrust and De Poort, are canceled untill at least 22th May 2020.

Keep save, healthy and do some stretching and taisabaki !

Coronavirus measures extended till 28 April

on Tuesday 31 March the government anounced that the measures taken untill 6 April, to get as much control of the situation as possible under the circumstances, are extended untill 28 April. So all Aikido classes in Houtrust and De Poort are canceled. If the situation changes we will send you an update.

All Aikido lessons in both locations, Houtrust and De Poort, are canceled untill at least 28th April 2020.

Keep save, healthy and do some stretching and taisabaki !

Update on Aikido lessons during Coronavirus

The coronavirus has hit us all, in many different ways. With the current stage of the spreading of the Coronavirus we understand and fully support the steps taken by the goverment to keep as much controle of the situation as is possible.

All Aikido lessons in both locations, Houtrust and De Poort, are canceled untill at least 6th April 2020.

On Monday 23 March the goverment anounced new measures (NOS.nl)
Keep save and,

  • Keep 1,5 meter distance
  • Wash your hands
  • Use paper tissues
  • cough and sneeze into your elbow