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Training regularly, open handed and also with Jo & Boken

Training Classes, located at Loftus Recreation Centre, since Feb 2005

as well as weekend bukiwaza classes in the park.

With regard to helping limit the spread of Coronavirus,

use of hand sanitiser and social distancing principles is adherred to as much as possible;

though normal "hands-on" contact is expected during the open-handed taijitsu classes.

Early morning training in the park, held next to Lake JualBup in Shenton Park, (eastern side near the gazebo).

Iwama Ryu Aikido Australia

Traditional Aikido training

Iwama Ryu is the style of Aikido that was taught at the Iwama dojo by the founder, Morihei Ueshiba Sensei and passed on by Morihiro Saito Sensei, his student of 23 years.

Our classes include the combined study of empty handed defensive locking & pinning and throwing techniques (taijitsu) integrated with use of the traditional Japanese weapons Aiki-jo (staff) and Aiki-ken (sword) (bujitsu).

Head instructor is Peter Sceney. (visitors always welcome).

Classes are currently being held at the following times:

DayInstructionDescription
Saturday 7.00-8.00amWeapons class (Shenton Park) - All welcome
Sunday 8.00-9.00amWeapons class (Shenton Park) - All welcome
Sunday 12.30-1.30pmBasics open handed & weapons class - LoftusAll welcome
Sunday 1.35-2.30pmOpen handed & weapons class - LoftusAll welcome
Sunday 1.35-2.15pmChildren's class [6-11 yrs] "Cancelled until further notice"
Tuesday 7.00-7.50pmWeapons class - Loftus rear-top multifunction roomAll welcome
Tuesday 8.00-9.00pmOpen handed class - Loftus after 8 weeks training
Friday 6.30-7.30pmOpen handed and weapons class - LoftusAll welcome
Friday 7.35-8.30pmOpen handed and weapons class - LoftusAll welcome
(Adult classes suitable for 11-60 yrs. If interested in Children's classes (6-11 yrs), please contact us, as they are scheduled separately.)

We train at

Loftus Recreation Centre
Cnr Loftus and Vincent st
Leederville, Perth, Western Australia

Just 3 km from the Perth CBD and 10 minutes walk from Leederville train station