Mindful Movement for the Whole Family
What is Aikido?
Aikido (the way of spirit harmony), an interactive, non-competitive martial art, develops the power of the mind and body working in concert, emphasizing the use of blending and awareness rather than force and resistance. Rather than a contest of size and strength, Aikido techniques rely on a calm mind, relaxed body and accurate positioning to control and redirect an opponent's energy. As well as being an effective self defense, Aikido is a healthful exercise, a moving meditation, and an enjoyable work-out for students of all ages, sizes, and levels of fitness.
At Triangle Aikido, experienced instructors provide personalized training in a safe and supportive atmosphere, offering a constructive way for adults and children to use their energy more peacefully and effectively.
You are welcome here.
At Triangle Aikido, we emphasize harmony, non-violence, safe movement, and the exploration of power that comes from confidence, awareness, and intention, not muscle. We have students younger than 7 and older than 70 and welcome people of all ages and ability to join our dojo.
Triangle Aikido is committed to welcoming all students regardless of race, color, age, culture, ability, ethnicity, nationality, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religious or political affiliation, veteran status, citizenship, physical size or ability, or socioeconomic status.
Shin Kaze Aikido Alliance
As of May 2023, Triangle Aikido is a provisional member of the Shin Kaze Aikido Alliance. We look forward to learning more with and from the other dojos in the Alliance and helping to grow this new international organization.
Please come watch a class! Visitors are always welcome in our dojo.
Have questions? Send us an email at info@TriangleAikido.com.
"Always keep your mind as bright and clear as the vast sky, the great ocean, and the highest peak, empty of all thoughts. Always keep your body filled with light and heat. Fill yourself with the power of wisdom and enlightenment." -- Morihei Ueshiba