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In the Child-Parent Class, children learn to:

  • calm their minds
  • direct their energy positively
  • develop self-confidence
  • always do their best

Please call ahead: 7 2 0 . 2 8 8 . 0 2 3 3. A short interview with the parent (and child) is recommended prior to the first class. Open to children ages 6 to 12. No prior knowledge is required for participation. 8:1 maximum student:teacher/assistant ratio.

{ parent participation is welcome }

This class is similar to the Child-Parent class, but is geared for children ages 9 to 12. This is intended for a (slightly more serious group of ki aikidoka children who want to have fun learning ki aikido arts. In this class we focus on learning through play, drills and practicing lots of the fundamental principles and techniques of Ki Aikido. Though there are plenty of games, there is less of an emphasis on play than in the Child-Parent Class. This class prepares children for the Intermediate Children’s Classes (ages 8-12).

Please call ahead to register: 7 2 0 . 2 8 8 . 0 2 3 3. A personal interview with the child is recommended prior to the first class. Open to children ages 9 to 12. No prior knowledge is required for participation. 8:1 maximum student:teacher/assistant ratio.

The Intermediate Children’s Class is a blend between the Child-Parent Class and the Adult All-Levels Ki Aikido Class. It is designed for children who want to focus more on the fundamental principles and techniques of Ki Aikido and a bit less on play. Though children still have fun with ki games, drills, and other physical activities that sharpen their bodies and minds, stronger attention is placed on mind-body coordination, discipline, ability to move well and proficiency in ki aikido techniques.

This special class is open to students ages 8 to 12, blue belt and up.

Students in this class must:

  • have special permission from Sensei
  • have a sincere desire to learn ki aikido and do their very best
  • have fun, but practice mindfully
  • sit still and pay full attention while Sensei demonstrates and explains
  • follow the instructions of Sensei at all times
  • NOT monkey around
  • be respectful and careful with each practice partner

Failure to follow these rules results in having to step off the mat, missing out on great ki aikido practice, and potentially being asked to join the younger-aged Child-Parent Class. Please have a heartfelt discussion with your child about these rules so they understand them clearly.

Please speak to Sensei to see if your child qualifies for this special class: 7 2 0 . 2 8 8 . 0 2 3 3. Eight to one maximum student to teacher/assistant ratio.

Adults’ Ki Aikido Boulder Classes (teens ages 13 and up welcome)

As a martial art, Aikido aims to neutralize an attacker’s energy instead of inflicting harm. This is done by entering into and blending with the attacker’s energy or Ki and then leading that energy with a relaxed and flowing motion. This results in the aggressor being thrown to the ground or held in a neutralizing joint lock. When used properly, Aikido is an exemplary self defense form, and the masters of Aikido are among the finest martial artists in the world.

Our Ki Aikido classes for adults and teens is geared for a positive, safe experience for all practitioners. We combine both highly advanced students and instructors with beginners to maximize learning and exposure to a variety of experiences.



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