AIKIDO KOKIKAI

Broad Street Dojo

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Dojo

Our Rhode Island dojo was founded at the direciton of Shuji Maruyama Sensei, the founder and president Aikido Kokikai International.

 

The word dojo (dō-jō) means "a room or hall to train together." We are dojo in this sense. But in a greater sense our dojo is a community of martial artists dedicated to our art and to each other's progress.

 

Elements of Training

There are five core elements to Kokikai training that include open hands self-defense, weapons defense, weapons practice, and components of 'Ki' development.

 

'Ki' can be loosely understood as a comfortable, powerful coordination of mind and body.

Principles of Kokikai

To develop a solid foundation for self-defense we integrate four basic principles into our practice:

  • Keep One Point
  • Relax Progressively
  • Correct Posture
  • Develop Positive Mind

These principles also apply in daily life.

 

class structure

  •  Warm Ups (Stretching)
  •  Aiki Taiso (Ki exercises)
  •  Waza (Self-defense)

class schedule

Tuesday:

6:30-7:30PM

7:30-8:30PM

 

Thursday

6:30-7:30PM

7:30 - 8:30PM

 

Saturday:

10am-11:30am

(instructor permission required)

Contact

For more information send a message below, visit us on Instagram @BroadStreetDojo or text/call 401.379.2454

We are located in downtown Pawtucket (17 Broad Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island) Call or text to set up a vist. Or feel free to stop by during any classtime!

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Brown University Aikido

Brown Aikido is affiliated with Aikido Kokikai. University classes are held at the Nelson Fitness Center during the school year. Aikido Kokikai's Broad Street Dojo is open to Brown Aikido students year round. Message us HERE.