Bringing Communities Together
The Aikido & Healing Arts of Roseville is affiliated with the Aikikai Hombu Dojo run by the Ueshiba family through our connection with the California Aikido Association Division 2 under Michael Friedl Shihan of Aikido of Ashland.
We offer daily classes in traditional aikido, typically in the evenings during weekdays and in the mornings on the weekend. We occasionally hold aikido seminars, inviting high ranking instructors from around the nation.
Our spacious mat is used by a variety of yoga practitioners from our long standing relationship with Cindi McKeown who specializes in Special Populations and our Meetup Yoga group led by Sarah Staniek, providing donation based practices to the public every Sunday morning.
The Center is delighted to offer the traditional Japanese sword art of Iaido through our relationship with Happokaze Budo. Benjamin Greve Sensei leads class twice a week, concentrating on the Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Iai Heiho style of swordsmanship; as well as offering instruction on classic karate forms.
Aikido can be done by people of all sorts of training and fitness background. Classes are taught seven days / week and our Sensei adjust classes to the level and experience of the students attending the class. Our two month special is ideal for Adults who want to embrace and experience the art. Pay full price for one month and get a second month for free. We'll even throw in a free training gi.
Aikido can often be a great activity for kids of all kinds of ages. We offer dedicated instruction to kids twice a week in our kids / basics class on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, where students as young as five can learn aikido techniques through pair practice and solo exercises under the watchful instruction of our two black belt youth class Senseis. In order to encourage parents to try out our program, we offer an introductory special to new youth (18 and under) students. Pay full price for one month and get a second month for free, with a free training gi included.
Always been curious about aikido, but not sure how to get started? Come to our monthly Open House aikido introduction taught by our Dojo Cho Kevin Kemper Sensei on the first Saturday of every month at 11:00 AM. He'll cover some basic philosophy and techniques and help get you ready to take on training. Those who are able to attend the class, will be eligible for two, free weeks of training. No obligation required.
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Kagami Biraki 2017 – CAA Here, representatives from the California Aikido Association, Cyndy Hayashi Shihan, 7th Dan; Pat Hendricks Shihan, 7th Dan (Head of CAA Division One); and Adrianne Wonnacott (CAA Processing Clerk) meet with the Doshu to receive the promotional certificates for Doran Shihan, 8th Dan; Nadeau Shihan, 8th Dan; and Richard Strozzi-HecklerRead more about California Aikido Association Kagami Biraki Promotions 2017[…]
Cynthia Hayashi Shihan to teach Special Class Saturday (8/20) Morning (9:00 AM – 10:00 AM) The Aikido & Healing Arts of Roseville will be hosting Aikido West’s Cynthia Hayashi Shihan, 7th Dan, for a special class on August 20, 2016. She will be teaching an hour long session from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM andRead more about Hayashi Shihan to Teach Special Class (8/20/2016 — SAT Morning)[…]
The Aikido & Healing Arts of Roseville hosts Dr. Peter Gryffin on February 6, 2016 for a seminar on Praying Mantis Kung Fu. Further details can be found on the following sites: Eight Step Praying Mantis Workshop Saturday, Feb 6, 2016, 1:00 PM Aikido & Healing Arts Center of Roseville501 Derek Place, Suite 100 Roseville,Read more about Eight Step Praying Mantis Workshop (Feb 6, 2016)[…]
Thanks to Ginny & Pete Breeland Senseis for a wonderful seminar — it was a great time. The Aikido & Healing Arts of Roseville will host Ginny & Pete Breeland for a one day seminar on SUN (9/20) to celebrate the International Day of Peace. Please join us. Powered by Eventbrite