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UNSW O-Week & Aikido
O-Week is a great time for new students to get to know their campus and explore all the options for sports and social clubs that are on offer at the university. Aikido club members were at O-Week again, sharing their knowledge of the martial arts as well as encouraging people to test out Aikido. First class is free.
What is it like training Aikido at UNSW?
This video is of training on Tuesday night, 5th Februrary 2019. Watching this video you will see breakfall, shiko, sankyo, kokunage, kotegaishi, and techniques dealing with tanto and jo.
For more information about kokikai aikdio at UNSW, click here.
I would recommend giving aikido a go if you are looking for a martial art or some kind of physical activity to keep you fit and also learn all kinds of things about yourself, other people and life. Aikido is a martial art with a peaceful philosophy. It seems paradoxical to be a martial artist and to learn about peace, but that's kind of what you learn when you study aikido.Read More
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UNSW Kokikai Aikido Club - Dojo, Location, & facilities. The dojo floor has been recently rebuilt with quality sprung training mats. It is a large space, with a training area of 160 square metres. The ceilings are nice and high, which is great for swinging weapons overhead.Read More