Welcome to Florida Aikikai, a traditional dojo dedicated to the Japanese martial art of Aikido.

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Class Schedules

ADULT SCHEDULE

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
6:30 AMMixedMixedMixed
9:00 AMMixedMixedMixedMixedMixed
10:00 AMAdvancedMixed
11:15 AMBasicsBasics
6:00 PMWeaponsBasicsMixedBasicsMixed
7:15 PMAdvancedBasicsTest Prep

YOUTH SCHEDULE

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
9:00 AMAges 5-15
11:15 AMAdult Basic
Age 13+
Adult Basic
Age 13+
4:00 PMAges 5-7Ages 5-7Ages 4-5
5:00 PMAges 8-12Advanced
11-15/Blue+
Ages 8-12Ages 5-15
Joining the Dojo

HOW TO JOIN

  • Adults can start in any adult basics class.
  • Youth can start in any class for their age.
  • It takes about 10 minutes to register and get dressed for your first class.
  • The instructor or a senior student will introduce you to the basic movements and teach you to how to safely fall to the mat.
  • You can also observe any class, or contact us to arrange for a trial class.
  • Membership is on a monthly basis with no long-term contracts.

FALL SIGN UP SPECIAL

Free Uniform and Registration

Call or email to sign up for a free trial class

PRICE LIST

Adult Program
1 Month3 Months
Individuals
$150$390 ($130/month)
Couples$200$540 ($180/month)
Students$125$345 ($115/month)
Kids Program
1 Month3 Months
Youth (age 5-15)
Unlimited Classes
$125$315 ($105/month)
Youth (age 5-15)
1 class per week
$65$165 ($55/month)
Little Samurai (age 4-5)
1 class per week
$65$165 ($55/month)
Benefits of Aikido
Martial Skill – Aikido focuses on self-defense. Students learn to move with rather than against attackers, take them off balance, and control or repel them with throws and pins. Dedicated training builds the skills to both perform and receive martial techniques with power and fluidity.

Body – Aikido is full body exercise that builds strength, stamina, flexibility, agility, balance, and coordination. Regular practice leads to a strong, stable body structure and smooth, powerful movement.

Mind – Students learn to stay calm and focused under pressure. Aikido has been referred to as “Zen in motion” because of its meditative qualities. It fosters improved attention, self-awareness, and emotional stability, and it can eventually lead towards spiritual enlightenment.

Harmony – Sometimes called “The Art of Peace,” Aikido’s philosophy can be used to overcome personal and social struggles in everyday life. Aikido principles of resolving conflict through harmony, awareness, and balance are applicable both on and off the mat.

Community – Aikido brings together people interested in cultivating themselves and their relationships with others. Our dojo is a community of people from many different countries, cultures, and walks of life, all training together in an environment of mutual trust and respect.

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