Arizona Aikido

Arizona Aikido is a non-profit, Arizona corporation.We are affiliated with Aikido Schools of Ueshiba. We welcome all styles to practice with us.

If you are visiting Phoenix, drop by! New students are welcome to observe and/or participate in any classes. Arizona Aikido was founded in 1968 as Arizona Aikikiai by Jon Takagi Sensei, one of the first people to bring Aikido to Arizona. Takagi Sensei was born in 1942 in Honolulu Hawaii. He began his study of Aikido in Hawaii in 1958 under Yukiso Yamamoto Sensei and lsao Takahashi Sensei. Takagi S

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Harvest moon festival in Phoenix is 'based on thanks for nature.' Here's what you can do 10/22/2021

Harvest moon festival in Phoenix is 'based on thanks for nature.' Here's what you can do

Here is a wonderful event from our friends at the Japanese Friendship Garden (Ro Ho En)!

Harvest moon festival in Phoenix is 'based on thanks for nature.' Here's what you can do The Japanese Friendship Garden in Phoenix is hosting a weekend of moon gazing and other cultural activities during its Otsukimi 2021 celebration.

Photos from Arizona Aikido's post 07/19/2021

We remember Sakakibara Sensei fondly on the eighth anniversary of his death on July 22, 2013. Sakakibara Sensei was very important to Arizona Aikido! After the death of Jon Takagi Sensei in February 1984, Sakakibara Sensei stepped in to fill the role of Chief Instructor. He held the dojo together, brought us back into union with Hombu Dojo, and kept us training. He started the first Fall Mountain Camp in Prescott when he saw the need for us to get away from the Valley, to come together as a family and to grieve the loss of Takagi Sensei. Eventually, he turned the dojo over to Tom Haines Sensei, but continued to teach as as Chief Instructor Emeritus. We still miss him and we honor his memory. Read Sensei's biography here: https://azaikido.org/biography.html?id=2 .

One of the ways we remember him is through the Sakakibara Sensei Memorial Scholarship Fund. If you'd like to donate to the Fund, you may do so using the Donate button on our Website: http://www.azaikido.com

Timeline Photos 05/13/2021

Timeline Photos

Remembering Morihiro Saito Sensei: March 31, 1928 - May 13, 2002

Read now: https://aikidojournal.com/2015/05/13/remembering-morihiro-saito-sensei/

Written shortly after Saito Sensei’s death, Pranin, in three parts, pays tribute and remembers Saito Sensei as he remembers him, covering his first meeting with Satio Sensei, Saito Sensei’s first visit to California, and Pranin’s experience moving to Japan.

[04/26/21]   Thanks for your legacy, OSensei!

Dan Inosanto: On Bruce Lee and Aikido – Aikido Journal 04/22/2021

Dan Inosanto: On Bruce Lee and Aikido – Aikido Journal

Dan Inosanto: On Bruce Lee and Aikido – Aikido Journal FeaturedInterviews Dan Inosanto: On Bruce Lee and Aikido Josh Gold3 mins agoAdd comment18 min read In the world of martial arts, Dan Inosanto is a repository of history as well as history in the making. Most known as Bruce Lee’s training partner, confidante, and the most highly ranked by Lee in hi...

04/10/2021

Jamie Leno Zimron Sensei comes to Phoenix on occasion! When she does, she'll often grace us with an opportunity to train with her. This is one of those occasions! Don't miss it!

Jamie Leno Zimron Sensei comes to Phoenix on occasion! When she does, she'll often grace us with an opportunity to train with her. This is one of those occasions! Don't miss it!

Steele Indian School Park 04/10/2021

Steele Indian School Park

Special Treat - April 18, 2021 - Fitness/Jo/Bokken Class with Jamie Leno Zimron Sensei

Jamie Leno Zimron, 6th dan, will lead this special class outdoors at Steele Indian School Park from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 18, 2021. Zimron Sensei is a good friend of our dojo and a dynamic instructor. You don't want to miss this class! There is no additional cost for the class, but donations will be gratefully accepted!

We meet on the grassy area on the north side of Steele Indian School Park Road which you can see on this map (https://goo.gl/maps/HCFBA7NHUk726Jrx5) on the west side of the park just off of Central Ave. You may find it easiest to park on the west side of Central Ave. at George and Dragon.

Steele Indian School Park ★★★★★ · City park · 300 E Indian School Rd

Arizona Aikido 03/10/2021

Arizona Aikido

Arizona Aikido participated in the Virtual Matsuri (https://www.azmatsuri.org/) in Phoenix this year. View our video presentation on Youtube here:: https://youtu.be/IDxAq2dyuOs. If you are interested in learning Aikido, reach us through our Contact Us link. on our Website (http://www.azaikido.com) or leave a message here.

Arizona Aikido Arizona Aikido, a member of Aikido Schools of Ueshiba, is a community-run school dedicated to the study of the martial art of Aikido

02/26/2021

As we said earlier - Waite Sensei was well-respected in the greater Aikido community.

The ASU is deeply saddened by the news of the passing of USAF Shihan, Donovan Waite. This is a huge loss to the Aikido community. Donovan Waite Sensei was a senior USAF instructor, with a home dojo in Philadelphia. He was known around the world, and inspired Aikido students and teachers across different organizations. Our deepest sympathy goes out to his students, teachers, friends and family. Rest in Peace, Donovan Waite Sensei.

02/23/2021

We are saddened to learn of the death of Donovan Waite Sensei, 7th dan, USAF, on February 22, 2021. The announcement from the USAF is here:

http://usafaikidonews.com/sad-news-to-share/

Waite Sensei was well-respected throughout the Aikido world. He will be greatly missed.

We are saddened to learn of the death of Donovan Waite Sensei, 7th dan, USAF, on February 22, 2021. The announcement from the USAF is here:

http://usafaikidonews.com/sad-news-to-share/

Waite Sensei was well-respected throughout the Aikido world. He will be greatly missed.

02/20/2021

Nice photo of Kanai Sensei, too!

"Yamatogokoro" is the idea that the reason for developing martial arts is to protect those that are unable to protect themselves from aggressors. The proponent of this philosophy devotes himself to development of BUDO in order to protect the security of peaceful people from the victory of cruelty and violence. This idea is at the heart of Aikido. It should be understood that aikido includes a philosophy and ideas that go beyond martial arts defined as the practice of combat techniques.

Therefore, martial arts are included in Aikido, but Aikido goes beyond martial arts. Aikido stands for the idea that Budo, the principle of confrontation, and the principle of non-confrontation can be synthesized without compromising any of their fundamental essence."

Excerpt from "Technical Aikido"
by Mitsunari Kanai (1939-2004)
8th Dan

Lifting the Veil: Aikido Opens to the World - Aikido Sangenkai 02/11/2021

Lifting the Veil: Aikido Opens to the World - Aikido Sangenkai

Lifting the Veil: Aikido Opens to the World - Aikido Sangenkai The story of the first public demonstration of Aikido to be held after World War II, and the opening of Aikido to the world.

Timeline Photos 12/29/2020

We received news on December 28, 2020, that Claire Conway had died. Many of us knew Claire well. She was a presence at our Fall Mountain Camp for many years. She supported our dojo by attending our seminars. She was beloved by all who knew her. Her presence among us will be greatly missed! Rest in peace, Claire!

Today I got the sad news that my friend Claire Conway passed away. For as long as I can remember, Claire was practicing Aikido in Tucson and helping others on their martial journey. She was the kindly dojo "grandmother" who had an encouraging and wise word for all. Our paths first crossed about 20 years ago, and I remember her as an ambassador for the arts who worked tirelessly to bring Aikido to generations of excited practitioners. From kids to seniors, Claire worked quietly to ensure that all had a good experience. Her assistance and administration allowed her dojo to thrive, and she planted many seeds of budo--and of compassion--that will last far into future.

Claire never sought to be "budo famous." She didn't seek out rank or titles or recognition. She sought to further Aikido, selflessly and tirelessly. Tucson martial arts are much better for her efforts, and we are all much poorer for her loss. I will miss her very much.

Thank you, Claire, for your influence and example.

Photos from Aiki Shrine's post 12/25/2020

Photos from Aiki Shrine's post

TAM Winter Zoom Seminar, January 9&10, 2021 12/25/2020

TAM Winter Zoom Seminar, January 9&10, 2021

TAM Winter Zoom Seminar, January 9&10, 2021 Hiroshi Ikeda Shihan & Wendy Palmer Sensei Aikido of Tamalpais Winter Seminar Hiroshi Ikeda Shihan & Wendy Palmer Sensei Saturday January 9 & Sunday January 10 10am-12pm PST Where: Zoom Wendy Palmer

11/26/2020

This photo is from our last seminar with Hiroshi Ikeda Shihan in December 2019, when we were still able to get together, i.e., before the COVID-19 pandemic. THIS year, we'll train with Ikeda Sensei virtually! Our Annual Ikeda Seminar will be held December 12, 2020, via Zoom! There will be two sessions, one from 10:00 a.m. to Noon (MST), and the second from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (MST). The cost for the seminar is $35.00. Register via Paypal below.

If you need to register with a check, please make it payable to Arizona Aikido and send it, along with your email address, to: Arizona Aikido, 2416 S. Mulberry, Mesa, AZ 85202.

Ikeda Sensei has been teaching weekly classes on his approach to internal power. This seminar will also focus on internal power. This is an essential skill, whether you are a beginner or an advanced Aikidoka.

All proceeds from this seminar go to Ikeda Sensei.

We hope you'll plan to attend! We look forward to seeing you online!

Download a flyer here:http://www.azaikido.org/userimages/20201125001.pdf

Please register here (http://www.azaikido.com) for the Ikeda Sensei Zoom seminar. The cost for the seminar is $35. You'll need to enter your email address and name. We'll send you a link for the seminar before December 12!

youtube.com 11/18/2020

Kevin Choate's Syncopated Jo Kata by Marsha Turner 6th Dan

Check out Kevin Choate Sensei's "Syncopated Jo Kata" taught by Marsha Turner Sensei of the Chicago Aikikai!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDeWqD795J4&feature=youtu.be

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11/18/2020

Arizona Aikido Annual Winter Seminar

Our Annual Winter Seminar this year will be a set of Zoom sessions with Hiroshi Ikeda Sensei on Saturday, December 12, 2020. Details will be forthcoming shortly! SAVE THE DATE!

This photo is from 2018... when we could actually train IN the dojo!

11/14/2020

Aikido Journal

Letter from the Editor: November 2020

The winds of change are upon us. The United States is transitioning to new political leadership and much of the world is entering winter and facing the most dangerous phase yet of the pandemic. We’ve lost many aikido dojos around the world, and nearly every dojo has lost members. The very soul of our art is human connection, which we have largely turned away from for the common good.

We don’t know what the future holds for the aikido community and what our infrastructure will look like when we emerge from the pandemic. We do know that it will be our generation, those of us reading this editorial now, who will be responsible for the very survival of the art. I’m not a historian, as my predecessor, Stanley Pranin was, but I do believe that our generation will become known as one of most pivotal in the history of the art of aikido.

As we all find our way through this unique time in history, we can use this moment not just to hold our communities together, but to reflect and plan. What can we do through the remainder of the pandemic to best position us for its end? And what strategies will we pursue to preserve our art and create a more meaningful place for it in today’s society?

This is a time to ask the hard questions:

-What does our community look like now- demographically and organizationally? What‘s left of our infrastructure?

-What is the essence of what we are practicing?

-What should the role(s) of aikido be in today’s world?

-How can we best recover from this crisis?

Through the remainder of the year, Aikido Journal will be exploring these questions and looking at ideas and perspectives from both the past and present. We will be republishing interviews with members of the Ueshiba family, editorials from Aikido Journal’s founder, and pieces from others with keen insights into the essence of aikido. We will also be publishing new articles that outline key demographics of the global aikido community and highlight some forward thinking ideas and initiatives that have recently emerged. Lastly, we’ll have some announcements about products we have in development that I’m very excited about.

Now, more than ever, we need knowledge, ideas, and skilled leaders with the conviction to shape our future.

We hope you’ll join the conversation.

Josh Gold
Executive Editor // Aikido Journal

11/02/2020

Aiki Comics

I’ve decided to update my Kiai illustration. My social interaction is seriously affected by wearing a mask. I tend to be sarcastic and I joke a lot, but as long as you can see my smile, you know that I’m kidding. But now I need to be extra cautious with every word that comes out of my mouth… My smile, my necessary social lubricant is gone, hidden by a mask. I can’t go back on the mat yet but some in our dojo are back training with masks… I’m wondering what impact it might have on the way we interact and practice together.

11/02/2020

Aikiweb.com

View event here: https://aki-usa.org/seminar/free-community-call-lgbtq-in-aikido/

Aikido Kenkyukai International (AKI) is hosting a "Free Community Call" panel discussion on "LGBTQ+ in Aikido – safe for dojo-cho who want to make their dojo more inclusive and safe for LGBTQ+ participants to share their insights and experiences." The panel will consist of "not only LGBTQ+ folks who have been doing Aikido for a long time, but also those who are new to Aikido. They are the ones who can give us a clear picture of how it feels to enter a dojo now. Those who started Aikido long ago bring valuable insights for contrast and comparison." Registering for the event will be free, although donations are welcome.

11/02/2020

Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix

Friday of Otsukimi was a magical evening of full moon glow and traditional Japanese arts. Here is a glimpse!
Tonight is the last night of Otsukimi and the full moon will be at its height! Make the Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix one of your #Halloween stops. Exhibits, art displays and a glowing night Garden will be ready for you to enjoy, costumes or not!

Tickets here:

https://thejapanesefriendshipgardenofp.ticketspice.com/otsukimi-2020

#moonviewing #otsukimi #jfgphx #japanesegarden #halloween #halloweencostume #halloweendecor #halloween2020

11/02/2020

Aikido Sangenkai

A Hiden Ogi scroll from Yutaka Otsuki, who trained under both Sokaku Takeda and Morihei Ueshiba and then went on to establish his own Otsuki-ryu Aiki-jujutsu. He's mentioned in "Kenji Tomiki: Judo Taiso – a method of training Aiki no Jutsu through Judo principles", on the Aikido Sangenkai blog:

https://www.aikidosangenkai.org/blog/judo-taiso-aiki-no-jutsu-kenji-tomiki/

unboxed-entertainment.com 10/17/2020

Choate Sensei Remembrance

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Aiki 2-Sword Drills - Waki Dachi and Waka Dachi

youtube.com Two-sword blocking and entering drills from waki dachi (horse stance) and waka dachi (open stance). Sensei Guy Hagen Ukes: Sensei Jon Posnick Sensei Barry En...

10/13/2020

Just Aikido

Old footage of different keikos at Hombu Dojo! you can see Endo sensei taking ukemi for Osawa sensei Sr., Yamaguchi sensei throwing known ukes around, Shibata sensei practicing, Watanabe sensei actually touching someone during practice,.... just great footage!!!

Source: Вячеслав Матвеев

10/13/2020

azaikido.org

On Saturday, October 17, 2020, Jim Carter and Annetta Luce will conduct a workshop called An Introduction to Safe Falling. Download a flyer here:http://www.azaikido.org/userimages/20201012001.pdf The workshop will be held at the dojo, 939 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85013, from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. We are asking for a $10 donation.

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10/10/2020

International Aikido Federation (IAF)

We are so happy to receive the graphic contribution of Mr. Francesco Dessi, founder of Budobooks - www.budobooks.eu - as a donation of his company for the IAF, in order to promote Aikido for the new generation, especially now, in the time of the pandemic!

He created 10 cartoons, representing the 7 budo-values connected to the 7 folds of the Hakama, in combination with the values of the IOC (Friendship, Respect and Excellence by Cooperation).

The cartoons will be send to our members in a printable version.

#YoungAikidoGeneration
#iafyouth

10/08/2020

BUDO JAPAN

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Kobudo demonstration in Asakusa (2019)

We hope that the time will come when people all over the world
can enjoy budo events and practice together again.

Our company is a publishing company that publishes “Monthly HIDEN” magazine about Japanese martial arts in JAPAN.

And on WEB HIDEN,Monthly HIDEN Magazine” official website, you can see many articleses,pictures,videos on this site that are not fully featured on budojapan.com yet.
WEB HIDEN is translateble by Google(English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese)

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Hopefully everybody will enjoy Budojapan,WEB HIDEN and our SNS too.

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10/07/2020

Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix

Do you know the "Way of Aikido"?

Join us this Otsukimi for a special "Dō - The Ways Of Japan" Exhibit both nights (10/30&10/31).

Walk through our paths in the moonlight under the full moon and enjoy learning about Japanese traditional arts. See the common tools, clothing, and other objects used for the traditional arts of Japan with your own eyes as you stroll through each exhibit. Our Exhibitors will be highlighting the different traditional Japanese arts that end in "Dō" (道) such as:

Aikidō 合気道
“To injure an opponent is to injure yourself. To control aggression without inflicting injury is the Art of Peace.” -Morihei Ueshiba

Aikido is a Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba in the 1920's, as a synthesis of his martial studies, philosophy and religious beliefs. Ueshiba's goal was to create an art that practitioners could use to defend themselves while also protecting their attackers from injury.

Otsukimi Exhibitor: Tom Haines of Arizona Aikido
Tom Haines Sensei took on the role of chief instructor in 2010 and also serves as President and as a member of the Board of Directors of Arizona Aikido. Haines Sensei holds a 6th degree black belt.
Check out the Arizona Aikido website for more information on this Japanese art, thriving in the Arizona desert.
https://azaikido.org/

Aikido is only one of the many traditional arts we will be exhibiting this year. Others include:
書道 Shodō (the way of calligraphy)
花道 Kadō (the way of flowers)
茶道 Sadō (the way of tea)
太鼓道 Taikodō (the way of taiko)
Dō means way, path, or route. Dō in the names of Japanese arts signifies a process, a way in which that art should be performed to achieve an aesthetic goal. The implied nuance is that Dō embodies seeking for truth and self-discipline through dedication to a single art. We will be sharing these ways of Japanese art with you as well as ways for you to get involved and learn them for yourself here in Phoenix!

Tickets are time slot entry and limited! Reserve yours now at the link below:

https://thejapanesefriendshipgardenofp.ticketspice.com/otsukimi-2020

#otsukimi2020
#jfgphx
#japanesefriendshipgarden
#moonviewing

Our Story

Arizona Aikido was founded in 1968 as Arizona Aikikiai by Jon Takagi Sensei, one of the first people to bring Aikido to Arizona. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Mamoru_Takagi) Takagi Sensei was born in 1942 in Honolulu Hawaii. He began his study of Aikido in Hawaii in 1958 under Yukiso Yamamoto Sensei and lsao Takahashi Sensei. Takagi Sensei later moved to New York, where he continued to train in Aikido under Yoshimitsu Yamada Sensei, the head of the New York Aikikai and the Eastem Region of the United Stated Aikido Federation.

After riding his motorcycle across the United States, Takagi Sensei settled in Phoenix. He came here with his wife, Linda, whom he had met in Hawaii. Wanting to bring Aikido to the area, he became the founder and first sensei of Arizona Aikikai in 1968. The dojo's first location was the downtown YMCA. There, he met Judo instructor Tsuneji Sakakibara Sensei. The two men met when Takagi Sensei visited Sakakibara Sensei's Judo class. Sakakibara Sensei became interested in Aikido and went to see the class. He joined the class as one of Takagi Sensei‘s first Aikido students, and later became one of Takagi's associate instructors.

Within a year, Arizona Aikikai moved to a new location at 817 N. First Street, fondly remembered by those who were there as," The First Street Dojo." Takagi Sensei had a house in back of the dojo, where he lived with his wife and children. He also ran a business, Takagi Imports, out of the front of the dojo.

At the First Street Dojo, classes were held six days a week. There were 30 or 40 members in the early 70's. There were day classes and kids' classes in addition to the usual evening classes. Takagi Sensei encouraged teaching by kyu-rank members and was especially fond of having these students lead warm-ups and ki exercises.

At its start, Arizona Aikikai reported directly to Aikido Headquarters, Honbu Dojo, in Japan. The head instructor under O'Sensei at Honbu Dojo was Koichi Tohei Sensei, who was largely responsible for bringing Aikido to the United States, beginning in Hawaii.

When O‘Sensei died in 1969, his son, Kisshomaru Ueshiba, became Aikido's Doshu, meaning "master of the way." Tohei Sensei continued on as head instructor for a while under Kisshommaru Ueshiba. In 1974, Tohei Sensei left Honbu Dojo to found Ki No Kenkyukai, also known as Ki Society. At that time, out of allegiance to Tohei Sensei, Arizona Aikikai and Takagi Sensei followed and became part of Ki Society, as did many other sensei and dojo. Arizona Aikikai was a Ki Society dojo for several years, under Rod Kobayashi Sensei, then head of the Western Region. By the early 1980’s, Arizona Aikikai had left Ki Society when Takagi Sensei, along with Fumio Toyoda Sensei of Chicago, founded a new organization, Aikido Association of America.

Jon Takagi Sensei led Arizona Aikikai successfully through many changes over sixteen years. His life suddenly and unexpectedly came to an end on February 5, 1984. He was riding his bicycle with one of his students, Janice Dee, when they were both hit and killed by a drunk driver.

After Takagi Sensei's death, Tsuneji Sakakibara Sensei took the position of chief instructor. During reorganization, we adopted our current name, Arizona Aikido. The dojo was also forced to move, and found a temporary location at 7th Street north of McDowell Road. Widening of 7th Street made another move necessary. We spent the next 30 years at the Asian Arts Center at 5th Avenue and Van Buren. In October 2016, we moved into our current location at 939 W. Camelback Rd.

Another change for the dojo was reestablishing our connection with Honbu Dojo in Japan. We affiliated with the United States Aikido Federation (U.S.A.F) under T.K. Chiba Sensei in 1985. By 1990, we decided that our interests would be better served in maintaining our connection with Honbu Dojo under Mitsugi Saotome Sensei and Aikido Schools of Ueshiba (A.S.U.). Saotome Sensei is a direct student of O' Sensei and was an instructor at Honbu Dojo for many years before establishing A.S.U. in America. A.S.U. reports directly to Honbu Dojo and the current Aikido Doshu Moriteru Ueshiba, O' Sensei's grandson.

Sakakibara Sensei served as chief instructor from 1984 until 2010. He was a 6th degree black belt. Sakakibara Sensei died July 22, 2013. Tom Haines Sensei took on the role of chief instructor in 2010 and also serves as President and as a member of the Board of Directors of Arizona Aikido. Haines Sensei holds a 6th degree black belt.

Videos (show all)

Stephen Jeckel demonstrating Saito Sensei's 31-count jo kata at the Japanese Friendship Garden (Ro Ho En) on October 20,...
This is a short demonstration Arizona Aikido did at the 48th Western States Karate Championships October 20, 2012. Nages...
Tom Haines Sensei demonstrates randori at this year's Matsuri, a Festival of Japan, on February 25 and 26, 2012, in Heri...
This is a short video of Stephen Jeckel and Kaipo Rakers taken at this year's Matsuri, a Festival of Japan, on February ...
This is a short video of Al Krever and Laurel Barton taken at this year's Matsuri, a Festival of Japan, on February 25 a...
Another short video of Al Krever and Stephen Jeckel taken at this year's Matsuri, a Festival of Japan, on February 25 an...
This is a short video of Stephen Jeckel and Kaipo Rakers  taken at this year's Matsuri, a Festival of Japan, on February...
This is a short video of Al Krever and Stephen Jeckel taken at this year's Matsuri, a Festival of Japan, on February 25 ...

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Phoenix, AZ
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