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WELCOME ON AIKIKAI-ZÜRICH!

Dear club members,
I hope you’re well and healthy. Surely many of you have waited eagerly for the Dojo to open again.
Now the time has come, from Tuesday, June 2, 2020, the Dojo will be open again.
We have planned a limited dojo operation to protect the health of all members according to the requirements of the BAG/BASPO and have submitted the prescribed protection concept to the Federal Office BAG/BASPO. In parallel, the TK has worked intensively on the implementation of the protection concept.
The Executive Board and the TC were now surprised by the comprehensive relaxation which the Federal Council had already decided on 6 June. This is of course very positive, as from 2 June we will only have to practice in the dojo for a short time under strict conditions in accordance with the protection concept.
We are in the process of clarifying the change to the normal training schedule, but we still need some time for this.
Therefore we would like to start the dojo operation from June 2nd on according to the enclosed concept and training plan as planned. The board and TC will inform you as soon as possible about further changes.
We wish you a lot of fun and joy at the start of the training.
Many greetings in the name of the board of the Aiki-Kai Zurich
Rolf Zuberbühler

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Dear club members,
Also we from the Technical Commission are looking forward to see you soon in the Dojo again. Under the given circumstances we will reorganize the Aikido training in the first days after June 2nd and will shed light on other interesting aspects of Aikido.
In the first place, the health of all of us is our top priority. Therefore please read carefully the three leaflets on the implementation of the protection concept for our Dojo; they contain general guidelines and rules of conduct as well as information on cleaning and hygiene.
The most important facts in brief: After June 2nd, we will train without physical contact and at a minimum distance of 2 meters. For the size of our dojo, a maximum of 10 persons (including the teacher) are allowed. Also when entering and leaving the dojo, the 2 meter distance should be strictly observed. The cloakrooms can only be used to a limited extent. Hands and feet can and should be washed in the dojo, showering is not possible at the moment.
It is important that all of us follow the established rules on our own responsibility. Please help!
The Dojo will open its doors after Whitsun on June 2nd, 2020 and we will be able to practice according to the almost regular schedule. Under the following link
Registration Keiko
you can sign up for one lesson per evening, bindingly and at least 24 hours before the start.
There may be some of you who prefer not to come to the dojo despite all our arrangements. Please let us know under the following doodle link, so we can see if and for which Keiko you would like to stream:
Poll Streaming
If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact a member of the TC or the board. We will be happy to help you where there are uncertainties.

Best regards and see you soon in the dojo
Daniel Perruchoud and the whole TC of the Aiki-Kai Zurich

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What is Aikido?

Aikido is a Japanese martial art for self-defense against armed and unarmed attackers. In contrast to other martial arts, Aikido’s prime goal is to neutralize the aggressive situation without harming the attacker.

The basis of this principle of “non-violence” is contained in the art’s name

AI – harmony, KI – energy, DO – way

which aims at emptying oneself completely to reach a state of mental sensitivity, where all surrounding energies are in perfect harmony.

Aikido is an exceptional exercising framework where physical and mental energies are balanced through continuous practice so as to cultivate personal peace of mind.

Aikido includes various forms of throwing and pinning to control the attacker similar to Judo. These Aikido movements can be accompanied by strikes to the vital points – as in Karate. Although Aikido seems harmonious and harmless to the un-trained observer, Aikido techniques correctly applied are highly effective.

Aikido is Budo!

(Translated and adapted from Aikido – Methode Nationale. Nobuyoshi Tamura. 1975. pp.  17-18)

Beginners

Beginners are welcome in every class. We also offer

special beginner’s classes every Monday, Tuesday &Wednesday

Monday from 18:00 – 19:20 Uhr and/or
Tuesday from 19:40 – 21:00 and/or
Wednesday from 12:00 – 13:15 Uhr and/or

More Information

The beginner’s class will introduce you to Aikido at your own rythm and pace. After two to three months you will be comfortable with the Aikido basics and ready to train in all of the other classes as well. We’re looking forward to meet you on the mat!

Fees:
The fees for two month are CHF 120.00 incl. Gi (Kimono). We also have special prices for students and apprentices (CHF 80.00)

The first trial practice is for free, please bring along your training pants and a T-shirt. (Since we are practicing barefoot, we wash our feet before every training. Please have a shower towel and soap with you.)

Dojo Impressions

 

Seminars

  • Sat
    06
    Jun
    2020
    Sun
    07
    Jun
    2020
    Budokan Lausanne Aïkido Club

    Zeiten / Time
    Sa / Sat
    Sa / Sat
    So / Sun

    time
    10:30 - 12:30
    15:00 - 18:00
    09:30 - 12:30

     

    Kosten / Fees
    Ganzer Stage
    Whole Event

    1 Lektion
    1 lesson

    fee
    t
    CHF 120.-
    whole
    t
    CHF 70.-

     

     

    Anmerkungen

    Notes

    Details

    Übernachtungsmöglichkeit im Dojo mit
    Schlafsack.
    Accommodation in dojo possible with sleeping bag. 

    Leider musste der Stage abgesagt werden.

    Info

    Veranstalter / Organizer:
    Budokan Lausanne Aïkido Club
    Avenue du Tribunal-Fédéral 4
    1005 Lausanne

  • Sat
    27
    Jun
    2020
    Sun
    28
    Jun
    2020
    Aiki-kai Zürich

    Zeiten / Time
    Sa / Sat
    Sa / Sat
    So / Sun

    time
    10:00 - 12:30
    15:30 - 18:00
    10:00 - 12:30

     

    Kosten / Fees
    Ganzer Stage
    Whole Event

    1 Lektion
    1 lesson

    fee
    t
    CHF 80.-
    whole
    t
    CHF 30.-

     

     

    Anmerkungen

    Notes

    Flyer

    Übernachtungsmöglichkeit im Dojo mit
    Schlafsack.
    Accommodation in dojo possible with sleeping bag.

    Veranstalter / Organizer:
    AIKI-KAI ZÜRICH
    Bernerstrasse Nord 182
    CH-8064 Zürich

  • Thu
    20
    Aug
    2020
    AIKI-KAI ZÜRICH

    Zeiten
    Donnerstag / Thursday


    19:45- 21:45

     

    Kosten

    1 Lektion / 1 Lesson

     

    CHF 25.-

     

     

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  • Fri
    25
    Sep
    2020
    Sun
    27
    Sep
    2020
    AIKI-KAI ZÜRICH

    Hiroshi Ikeda Shihan

    Zeiten / Time
    Fr / Fri
    Sa / Sat
    Sa / Sat
    So / Sun
    So / Sun


    19:00 - 21:00
    10:00 - 12:00
    15:00 - 17:00
    10:00 - 12:00
    14:00 - 16:00

     

    Kosten / Fees
    Ganzer Stage
    Whole Stage
    1 Lektion
    1 Lesson
    2 Lektionen
    2 Lessons
    3 Lektionen
    3 Lessons
    4 Lektionen
    4 Lessons

    fees
    fees
    120 CHF
    1
    30 CHF
    2
    60 CHF
    3
    80 CHF
    4
    100 CHF

     

     

    Anmerkungen

    Übernachtungsmöglichkeit im Dojo mit Schlafsack.

    Notes

    Accommodation in dojo possible with sleeping bag.

    Infos / Registration

    Info's and Registration follow

    Veranstalter / Organizer:
    AIKI-KAI ZÜRICH
    Bernerstrasse Nord 182
    CH-8064 Zürich

  • Sat
    14
    Nov
    2020
    Sun
    15
    Nov
    2020
    AIKI-KAI ZÜRICH

    Zeiten / Time
    Sa / Sat
    Sa / Sat
    So / Sun

    time
    10:00 - 12:00
    15:00 - 17:30
    10:00 - 12:00

     

    Kosten / Fees
    Ganzer Stage
    Whole Event

    1 Lektion
    1 lesson

    fee
    t
    CHF 80.-
    whole
    t
    CHF 30.-

     

     

    Anmerkungen

    Notes

    Übernachtungsmöglichkeit im Dojo mit
    Schlafsack.
    Accommodation in dojo possible with sleeping bag. 

    Info

    Veranstalter / Organizer:
    AIKI-KAI ZÜRICH
    Bernerstrasse Nord 182
    CH-8064 Zürich