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Welcome to our Dojo!
Aikido of El Paso offers self-defense instruction using the Japanese martial art of Aikido.  Since 1997, Aikido of El Paso has been teaching the dynamic techniques and weapons of Aikido, in  El Paso and the Juarez communities, following the traditional hombu aikido style.

Visitors are  welcome at Aikido of El Paso.  Interested individuals may observe our regularly scheduled classes.  Aikido of El Paso is member of the United States Aikido Federation, under the direction of Yoshimitsu Yamada, 8th dan, Shihan, a direct student of the founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969).
What is Aikido?
What is Aikido?

Aikido is a true budo or Martial way, developed early in the 20th century by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969). In Japanese, Aikido means "the way of harmony with the force of nature".

The name Aikido is composed of three Japanese characters:

Ai - harmony
Ki - spirit or energy
Do - path or way


Aikido evolved in the historic tradition of Japanese warrior arts, growing out of the "hard style" combative arts such as judo, jujutsu and sword fighting. Read more.

Programs
Aikido of El Paso Classes and Schedule

We at Aikido of El Paso understand the importance of instilling the character traits of responsibility, respect, discipline, self confidence and wise choice making skills in youth. Our Youth Program teaches practical and proven self-defense methods, in addition to enforcing clear rules of good behavior to be followed in class and at home. Find out more.

Location
Location Aikido of El Paso

Aikido of El Paso is located at 808 Montana Ave., near Virginia St. and the Pat O'Rourke Recreation Center The location provides fast and easy access from all parts of town. There is non-metered street parking at the dojo. Aikido of El Paso is equipped with a large 1300sq. ft. practice area, male and female changing rooms and lavatories. Visit us.