The martial ways of Japan represent a traditional practice for the cultivation of skills and self. Originally combat based, today they help develop the inner self as well. Brisbane Aikido Republic practices the art of aikido and welcomes interested men and women to join us for this traditional practice. Our introductory classes are suitable for men and women of all ages and experience levels providing an overview of the art and its facets.
Winter retreat June 15-16 details here
William reed seminar August 16-18 details here
"Don’t fight. Use ki.
Don’t resist. Take ukemi", Koretoshi Maruyama,
Founder Aikido Yuishinkai
"Your aikido will only improve when your concept of aikido improves"
Founder Ki Society Internationale
"In your training do not be in a hurry, for it takes a minimum of ten years to master the basics and advance to the first rung. Never think of yourself as an all-knowing, perfected master; you must continue to train daily with your friends and students and progress together in the Art of Peace."
Founder of Aikido
from the Art of Peace, J. Stevens
"Aikido is a way: There is commitment and there is obligation. Do not abuse or misuse the art of aikido. Study carefully, honestly and humbly. Respect your elders and look after your juniors.". Seiichi Sugano, Aikikai Australia
Interested in Aikido? Already doing Aikido? Doing another martial art but want to try some Aikido? Brisbane Aikido Republic invites serious men and women to join them in learning and exploring the art of Aikido together. Classes are available in the Mt. Gravatt area of Brisbane. If you are serious about trying aikido you are welcome at our dojo. Classes follow a traditional structure with the spirit of learning together.
Nearby Suburbs: Upper Mount Gravatt, Mount Gravatt, Macgregor, Sunnnybank, Nathan, Eight mile plains Coopers Plains, Mansfiled, Wishart, Rochedale, Burbank, Salisbury, Ipswich, Acacia Ridge, Rocklea, Sherwood Holland park, Wellers Hill, Camp Hill, Moorooka, Robertson, Algester, Calamvale, Archerfield, Ipswich, Carindale, Mackenzie