Welcome to the Home of Aikido Yoshinkan Brisbane Dojo. Here you will find the latest news and information on what is happening at the Dojo as well as upcoming events, video links, images and links to other sites.
Information BrochureA downloadable brochure with information on classes and costs is now available, click here to download
News & Events
*NEW* October 2014 Newsletter
30 September 2014
The October 2014 Newsletter is now available for reading in the Newsletter section. Please click the following link Newsletter October 2014 to read the latest news from the Dojo or you can select the Newsletters option from the menu to read all our past Newsletters!.
*NEW* October 2014 Introductory and Self Defence Course
30 September 2014
The September 2014 Introductory and Self Defence Course begins on Tuesday 7th October 2014.
September 2014 Newsletter
29 August 2014
Congratulations to the award winners from the 19th Annual Demonstration, details are in the newsletter below.
The September 2014 Newsletter is now available for reading in the Newsletter section. Please click the following link Newsletter September 2014 to read the latest news from the Dojo or you can select the Newsletters option from the menu to read all our past Newsletters!.
Dojo Syllabus Grading Sheets updated
25 January 2014
The grading sheets for Brown belt (1st-3rd Kyu), and Pre Yudan Steps gradings have been updated with new fixed techniques and Renzoku-waza for March and June 2013 Sogo Shinsas, and new techniques for Pre Yudan Steps (NOTE new Shitei Waza list).
2014 Calendar now published
12 December 2013
The 2014 yearly calendar has now been published, click on the Calendar 2014 link to view.
Video Clip updates
24 September 2013
New Video Clips have now been added to the Video Clip area of the website, you can also subscribe to them via YouTube once you have clicked through to a video.
Dojo Risk Management Strategy updated
05 Jul 2012
The Dojo Risk Management Strategy for Children and Young Adults is now available Here.
All students and families should be familiar with the contents of this document, in particular when training children and young adults.
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