Spring forth from the Great Earth; Billow like Great Waves; Stand like a tree, sit like a rock; Use One to strike All. Learn and forget! The Art of Peace
Baltimore Aikido is a school dedicated to the practice of Aikido, a Japanese martial art that fosters the individual's ability to harmonize with their environment. The dojo is headed by Sensei Charlie Page, 6th Dan, and Chuck Weber, 6th Dan. Baltimore Aikido is a member dojo of the Aikido Schools of Ueshiba (ASU) which is under the leadership of Mitsugi Saotome Sensei, long-time student of the founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba, O-Sensei. Aikido Schools of Ueshiba is a worldwide organization head quartered in Washington, DC. Please feel free to call, email, or visit the dojo for more information and see our Notes for Beginners.
Beginner Aikido Workshop
Also at Baltimore Aikido
Regional testing for senior ranks will take place at 11am, Saturday, March 22nd.
Open House & Expo, Saturday, March 29th.
Sensei Linda Holiday (Aikido of Santa Cruz) will teach a one class seminar Thursday April 3rd, 6:30–9. She will teach a class and to talk about her book Journey to the Heart of Aikido—The Teachings of Motomichi Anno Sensei. The cost for the seminar is $20.
We've moved to a wonderful space in an old mill on the West bank of the Jones Falls, across from the Pepsi bottling plant. The ring that holds together the Capitol dome in Washington DC was cast in an iron works across the road in the other direction.
We've still some work to do—unpacking boxes and that sort of thing—but instruction is now taking place at the Woodberry location. Please join us or just stop on by.