Aikido Bayside MelbourneLooking for a unique and powerful way to improve your mind, body, and spirit? If so, Aikido-Yoga is the perfect choice for you!
With its roots in Japanese martial arts and ancient Indian practice, Aikido-Yoga combines the best of both worlds to create a holistic and transformative experience.
This innovative practice focuses on the alignment of physical and mental energy, enabling you to become more balanced, centered, and strong.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced practitioner, our skilled instructors will guide you through a dynamic and challenging practice that will help you develop strength, flexibility, and mindfulness. You will learn a wide range of techniques and principles that will help you deal with stress, increase your confidence, and improve your overall health and wellness.
First month of training is free
No experience necessary, all ages welcome, and your first month of training is free…so why wait? Sign up for Aikido-Yoga today and start your journey towards a healthier, happier you!
Aikido in Melbourne
The Melbourne based Aikido Bayside training centres are located in Cheltenham and Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Please call Jules Aib on 0418 568 638 for more information and follow the links in the tabs above for exact class location and times for Aikido classes held in Melbourne.
Aikido in Bangalore
The Bangalore based Aikido training centres are located at Vasanthanagar and Palace Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Please call M.C Thimmaiah on 98441 06903 for more information and follow the links in the tabs above for exact class location and times for adult Aikido classes held in Bangalore.
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What can you expect to gain from training in Aikido-Yoga
Physical fitness: Practitioners of aikido-yoga typically maintain a high level of physical fitness regardless of age. Both Aikido and Yoga require a great deal of strength appropriate to your fitness level, flexibility, balance, and endurance safely within their current abilities.
The seamless combination of Aikido and yoga practices has the potential to create a highly functional, balanced, and agile mind and body.
- Mindfulness: Both Aikido and Yoga place a strong emphasis on mindfulness, cultivating awareness and the ability to be present in the moment. Therefore, practitioners of aikido-yoga may be more adept at staying present in their daily lives, even during difficult or stressful situations.
- Centeredness: The combination of Aikido and Yoga can help practitioners achieve a sense of centeredness and balance, both physically and mentally. This can lead to a greater sense of confidence, poise, and stability in daily life.
- Compassion: Aikido is based on promoting harmony and peace, and Yoga emphasises compassion, empathy, and connection with others. As a result, practitioners of aikido-yoga may be more attuned to the needs of others and may have a greater capacity for empathy and compassion.
- Resilience: Aikido’s philosophy and techniques focus on blending with and redirecting an attacker’s energy, rather than meeting force with force. This approach trains practitioners to remain flexible, adaptable, and resilient in the face of challenges. When combined with Yoga’s emphasis on mental strength and self-awareness, practitioners of aikido-yoga may be better equipped to handle stress, adversity, and change.
Aikido Bayside Melbourne:
- The training takes place in a safe, friendly, non-competitive group environment, at a pace that is tailored to your ability. This ensures an injury-free training session that is most suitable for men, women and children of all ages.
- The training promotes a healthy lifestyle and teaches discipline, etiquette and respect for all life.
- We are strongly committed to maintaining the authentic, traditional ideals of the unique martial-art of Aikido as originally taught by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969).
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