Oslo Aikido Dojo welcomes all new members to train with us at any time, regardless of skill, from beginner to advanced.
Aikido is japanese martial art with pins and throws. Aikido develops you physically and mentally, and gives you energy. Everyone can train Aikido together.
We practice regularly at our new dojo in Eikenga 17 at Økern. We have vacant time in our dojo and would like to rent some time at our premises for other activities. Come by for a free trial or check out our schedule. Please read more about training for beginners here, or contact us for more information. The next startup for beginners is Monday the 27th of January 2020, and the following weeks, but it is possible to start mid semester for those who can’t wait.
We start training twice a week from next week. Training times will be as follows: Tuesdays 18:30 – 19:30 Thursdays 18:30 – 19:30 Of course, we adhere to infection control rules and will adapt the training. It will therefore not … Continue reading →
The last training before Christmas will be thursday the 19th of December. There will be a special training with Jozef Urbanski on Tuesday 17th December at 18.30 before the internal grading at 19.30.
First training after new year will be Monday 6th of January. There will be two trainigs a week (Mondays and Thursdays) until we start with a full schedule from Monday the 20th of january. Start-up for beginners is Monday the 27th of January.
For the sixth time, Kuribayashi Shihan came from Hombu Dojo in Tokyo to Oslo to teach us. We had visitors from around the country as well as from abroad.
This year also, Kuribayashi Shihan was gracious enough to hold a black belt training on Friday morning in OAK’s dojo at Hasle before the main seminar. It was of course great to yet again have a Hombu instructor in our dojo, and very good keiko for all the yudansha people. Afterwards, there was lunch in the dojo.
As usual it was intensive practice, and good atmosphere on the mat during the regular seminar. The main message from Kuribayashi Shihan was that one had to develop as an aikidoka with a larger repertoire and greater weight. He compared it to white bread and dark bread, where the former is a lighter and less rich variety of bread, while the latter is heavier and more rich.
Thanks to Kuribayashi Shihan for teaching, to Hombu dojo, and to all participants for contributing to a great seminar and helping with the mat carrying before and after the seminar! And last but not least, thanks to NKF for the support! Without them, the seminar would not have been possible.
For the sixth time Kuribayashi shihan will be coming to Oslo from Hombu dojo! The seminar will be held in Teglverket school this year. The date for the seminar is the 13th to the 15th of September 2019. Are you … Continue reading →
Thursday 12th september 2019 Kaori Tachibana (4th dan) from Hombu Dojo will be guest instructor in Oslo Aikido Dojo.
She is visiting in connection with Kuribayashi Shihans seminar next weekend.
A short Bio:
She started practicing Aikido in Hombu Dojo in 2002. At hombu, she have practiced under Doshu and many sensei’s, and have participated in many seminars both overseas and in Japan. She have taught briefly in a local dojo in Japan, but this will be her first trip to Oslo and she is looking forward to seeing and learning from many students at Oslo Aikido Club.
Thursday 27th of june we had Gaute Lambertsen as a guest instructor. It was a great session with enthusiasm despite the summer heat. There were also several other visitors from other clubs in Oslo and outside town. This was the last ordinary session before we switch to the summer schedule (see separate post or schedule).