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Welcome at Sanshinkai Aikido Utrecht. We offer competent aikido training in a safe environment. The Japanese martial art of aikido is suitable for everyone: men and women, young and old, with or without sporting experience. Curious about our members? Meet some of us here or come and meet us in person! Interested? Please, contact us… Continue reading Try aikido for free

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Sander fifth dan

Our main teacher Sander van Geloven has been promoted to fifth dan aikikai aikido on January 9 2022 during the Aikido Hombu Dojo’s Kagamibiraki Ceremony 2022. This was led by Moriteru Ueshiba doshu and could be watched live online. This promotion is on nomination by his teacher Michele Quaranta shihan, seventh dan. See also the… Continue reading Sander fifth dan

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Training. Come.

The autumn seminar of Sanshinkai Aikido Utrecht will be held from 29 until 31 October 2019. The poster can be downloaded as PNG. See also Facebook and register now.

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Passing of Ikeda sensei

On the 21st of June 2021 in Japan, Ikeda sensei passed away. Due to his health, he had to stop teaching aikido in 2003 and retired to Japan. His system of aikido is what we practice at Sanshinkai Aikido Utrecht and we are very grateful to him for that. We will continue to do this,… Continue reading Passing of Ikeda sensei

Exam 1st kyu

On Wednesday 14 October, Hans Vink past his 1st kyu exam. This exam took place in our dojo in Utrecht. Thanks to all who helped in the preparations and during the exam. Again, congratulations!

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Exams 5th kyu

On Wednesday 30 September, Marjolein and Melissa past their 5th kyu exam. This exam took place in our dojo in Utrecht. Thanks to all who helped in the preparations and during the exam where the ukes really had to keep on moving. Again, congratulations!