Welcome to Aikido Gakko Ueshiba

We are an Aikido martial arts club in Cardiff, South Wales. We practice and teach traditional Aikido. The club was founded over 30 years ago by Bernard Harding Sensei 6th Dan.

Takama Hara Aikido Dojo Grading Results

On Wednesday 10th December 2014 our colleagues at Takama Hara Aikido Dojo held a grading and we would like to congratulate all those that passed.

The results were:

Juniors

Reuben Wilkinson 3rd Mon
Zack Butterworth 5th Mon
Fear Buyabat 9th Mon

Adults

Kevin Wood 6th Kyu
Thomas Sproston 6th Kyu
Nathan Corran 6th Kyu
Jordan Price 6th Kyu
Ian Hobson 4th Kyu
Darren Henderson 2nd Kyu

Christmas Period Training

Tuesday    23rd December 2014            Training as normal

Friday       26th December 2014             No training

Tuesday    30th December 2014            Training as normal

Friday             2nd January 2015            Training as normal

The Norman Evans and Max Graham Memorial Course

Memorial Course

Norman and Max

Fellow aikidoka from Bristol, Barrow In Furness as well as local clubs in Cardif took the opportunity to remember two great characters of Aikido Gakko Ueshiba who are sadly missed. Sessions were taken by Sensei Bernard Harding and Sensei Peter Gillard and were enjoyed by all who attended the course.

We are pleased to have raised £440 which will be donated to the charities that cared for Norman and Max.

Below are some pictures from the day.

Course Picture

Course Picture

Sensei eyeing up a potential new student

Sensei eyeing up a potential new student 

Training during the course

Training during the course

Craig, Paul and Tony during a break.

Craig, Paul and Tony during a break.

Paul and Celene

Paul and Celene

Paul again with Luke

Paul again with Luke

 

 

Details Of The Memorial Course For Norman Evans and Max Graham

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The course will be held on Saturday 18th October 2014 from 2.00pm – 5.00pm at the following address

St John the Baptist Church Hall
Beechwood College Lane
Hayes Road
Sully
Vale Of Glamorgan
CF64 5SE

Both Bernard Harding and Peter Gillard will be teaching on the course and the cost will be £20. All proceeds will go to the charities that cared for Norman and Max.