Kids Aikido

Kids and Aikido

Practising focuses on:

  • conscious movements, coordination, partnership
  • regularity, discipline, courage, respect 
  • calmness, patience, co-operation, indulgence
  • physically and mentally healthy body
  • calm but active lifestyle

Characteristics of practicing:

  • techniques lacking danger of big movements
  • teaching material based on age
  • playful atmosphere without any competition
  • fresh air, calm environment


  • sleep-in and daily camps on site 
  • demonstrations, exams and excursions

Practising aikido improves one’s personality through working together with others, self-development is not measured by competitions.

Aikido is a modern form of Japanese martial arts, which is influenced by Japanese Budo (Martial Way). At the beginning of the Taisho period (1912-1926) after spending much time practicing in different style, the founder, Ueshiba Morihei sensei understanding the real meaning of Budo, worked out a modern approach of practicing. One of the characteristics of the ancient Japanese Budo is that it combines dynamic action with a static way. In this sense it differs from Western sports in which movement is followed by tension. In Aikido practicing is the final goal, without competing, so the children don’t focus on winning or losing, but can develop in a calm atmosphere. Kids practices differ from adult classes by incorporating games between practicing techniques making it a lot more fun for the kids.

Aikido Shinbukan Dojo

2500 Esztergom, Bocskoroskúti street 94.
+36 20 916 65 68
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