Winsham KiAikido Club

An archive picture taken some fifteen years ago- the joy of movement

In the Art of Ki Aikido there is no aggression, no violence, no tension and no competition. The purpose of the practise is to learn to co-ordinate our mind and body. Ultimately, its aim is to improve the quality of our lives, and the lives of others.

The beautiful, flowing, relaxed, and yet powerful, movements of aikido are performed to the students own level of ability. It can therefore be practiced by children, and men and women, equally. Ki Aikido does not rely on size or strength in any way. Classes are suitable for all levels of fitness, and all ages and sizes. Within a Ki Aikido Club, discipline and etiquette are maintained in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere of mutual respect.

Winsham Aikido Club, run under the supervision of Eileen Honeybun (7th Dan) has been running, based on the Jubilee Hall, for many years. It offers training  at all levels including beginners and juniors. For more information, contact Eileen Honeybun;01297 34255;

In 2019, Jacco Toorment passed 2nd Dan and John Spiers was awarded 6th Dan

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