Feel free to contact us at dojo@psac.ie

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

No training on 2 and 6 May

There will be no training in St Andrews dojo on both the 2nd and 6th May.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

No training on 13th April

There will be no training in St Andrews on Saturday the 13th April to facilitate attendance at Irie Shihan's course hosted by the Irish Aikido Federation at their Macken Street dojo.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

No training on the 30th March 2019

Due to another event in St Andrews, there will be no training on Saturday the 30th March. We will join Charmant Sensei at the Morning Star Dojo for an introduction to karate training at 11.00.

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Kanetsuka Minoru Shihan RIP

The death has occurred of Kanetsuka Minoru Shihan. Sensei contributed hugely to the development of Aikido in Ireland and to our development as a club and as individuals.

We owe him a great debt of gratitude and will remember him.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

No training on 2nd March

We will be joining our friends in the North London Aikido Club who are hosting a course in the superb Dartford Judo Club in London with Sugawara Shihan. Looking forward to seeing many old friends.

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Monday, December 24, 2018

AIKIDO ANSEO ANOIS

Celebrating 30 years with great people and community at St Andrew's Resource Centre

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

No training on 8th November

There is no training this Thursday the 8th November due to an event in the Centre

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

No training on Saturday 13 October

The dojo in St. Andrews is not available on Saturday the 13th October due to Open House. Come visit the old school if you are free.
https://openhousedublin.com/

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Equinox - time to try something new

We're ready to welcome you. But why Aikido? After 40 years training - at various levels of commitment depending on life circumstances - is it about playing with my grandchild and not having to rest up for a day afterwards? Is it about understanding and dealing with aggression? Is it about choosing whether to feed the animal instinct or honour the human one? Is it about strategic awareness, not just seeing the small picture or the big picture but seeing both? Questions I am still asking but it's fun. It's worth the blood (very little but some bruises), sweat (quite a lot) and tears (not many, mostly tears of exhilaration).

Try a session or two or ten. If it's not for you, nothing ventured nothing gained.

Current fee per session is €8.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Easter 2018

There is no training in St Andrews on Monday the 2nd April. Training resumes on Thursday the 5th.