The Seattle School of Aikido is one of the oldest Aikido schools in Seattle and has operated continuously at the same location since 1976.
We are a non-profit dojo and we offer classes most days of the week. Please check our website for class descriptions and hours.
Our Adult Aikido program is taught by John Peng, 2nd Dan Aikikai, under the direct supervision and guidance of Jan Nevelius, Shihan, 6th Dan Aikikai.
Our Tendoryu Aikido program is taught by Nat McCully, licensed instructor and 2nd Dan from the founder of Tendoryu, Kenji Shimizu. Nat also leads study trips to the Tendokan dojo in Japan.
Our Children Aikido program is run by Helmut Floss, 4th Dan.
We are also host to Shinto Ryu (Robby Pellett and Chris Moses), a school of Japanese swordsmanship, Icho Ryu Aikibudo (Neil Yamamoto), and Dharmakaya meditation (Helmut Floss).
Adult Aikido Classes are M-W-F 7am-8am, M-W 630pm-745pm.
Tendoryu Aikido classes are Tue 7am-8am, Fri 630pm-800pm and Sun 930am-1100am
Kids Aikido Classes are Tue 430pm-530pm, and Sat 1030am-130pm.
Shinto Ryu Classes are Thu 730pm-830pm, and Sat 7am-830am.
Budo Tanren Class is Thu 6pm-730pm.
Icho Ryu Classes are Tue and Sat by instructor invitation only.
Dharmakaya meditation is Sun 6pm-8pm, free to all, open to the public.
Contact Email: email@example.com
Swordwork always helps me see the lines of interaction. (John)
Aikido ・ Weapon Techniques 1
[02/11/17] Kids/teens: regular classes tomorrow. See you on the mat!
[02/03/17] Tendoryu classes are cancelled from Sunday 2/5 through Friday 2/10 while Nat is out of town.
In these stressful and increasingly uncertain times, we at Seattle School of Aikido would like to reiterate that we are a welcoming and friendly space to persons of all ethnicities, countries of origin, genders, sexual orientations, and religious beliefs. Martial arts can offer a special opportunity to really get to know other people in our community. We offer our own bodies to our training partners so that they may further their own training, and in doing so have a shared opportunity to develop trust in and empathy for others.
President of the Board
Seattle School of Aikido
Nat and John Senseis having fun
[01/17/17] In case you're thinking it's Monday - it's Tuesday! :) Kids/teens classes today at 4 & 5pm. Welcome back from the long weekend - hope you all had a good MLK Day.
It's that time of year, and we hope to welcome new people to our Aikido community. New beginner classes start soon!
|Monday||6:30pm - 7:45pm|
|Monday||7am - 8am|
|Tuesday||4:30pm - 9:30pm|
|Tuesday||7am - 8am|
|Wednesday||6:30pm - 7:45pm|
|Wednesday||7am - 8am|
|Thursday||5pm - 8:30pm|
|Friday||6:30pm - 8pm|
|Friday||7am - 8am|
|Saturday||7am - 1:30pm|
|Sunday||6pm - 8pm|
|Sunday||9:30am - 11am|
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