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OSensei founder of Aikido

Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969)

Commonly referred to as O Sensei spent many years mastering the Japanese martial arts of sword, spear, staff and jujitsu.  O Sensei then added his insights of the harmony in nature to create Aikido - the way of harmony.  This unique blend of physical and mental training emphasized harmony, self-control, promoting health and well-being.  Aikido aims to neutralize an attacker's energy instead of inflicting harm.  This is done by blending with the attacker's force and then leading that force into a circular and flowing motion.  Aikido masters are among the finest martial artists in the world.

Tohei Sensei founder of Shin Shin Toitso Aikido also called ki aikido.

Koichi Tohei

Former chief instructor for O Sensei and 10th dan in Aikido, founded Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido in 1974. It is more commonly known as Ki Aikido.  It emphasizes a balanced training that includes both physical and mental development  through mind and body coordination.

Since physical strength is not as important as in some martial arts, Aikido is practical for men and  women of any size.

Winnipeg Ki Aikido Club has been here in Winnipeg since 1993.  The Style of Aikido we teach is a softer style sometimes called Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido or Ki Aikido. 

Our Location!
Lindenwood Community Center
414 Lindenwood Drive W
Winnipeg, MB


Regular Class times:
Tuesday: 8 - 9:30
Thursday: 6 - 7:30

NOTE: No class on Dec 24th, 29th and 31st

(Kids class usually runs in the 1st hour of training. )

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