Aikido of North County

(760) 724-3656

Fax (760) 729-6598

1310 N Melrose Dr # E, Vista, CA 92083, USA

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Services We Offer

Aikido Weapons

Adult Aikido Class

Kids Aikido Class

 

KENSHINKAN DOJO

 Martial Arts Center

 

The Sharing of Knowledge

Who We Are

Aikido of North County seeks to foster the development of our students throughout their entire education. The teaching committee  is made up of a group of talented and creative Aikido professionals who are passionate about helping grow future generations of Aikido students. Our Chief Instructor is  Ken MacBeth a 6th degree black belt, his dynamic teaching style has been developed over the last 40 yrs. training with Masters from Japan and the US. We are affiliated with the Aikido Association of America, an International organization headquartered in Chicago with over 130 affiliated dojo. AAA provides school recognition, rank certification by standardized testing, seminars, demonstrations, and workshops. We proudly trace our lineage to the Hombu Dojo in Japan through the AAA organization, founded by Shihan Fumio Toyoda.

 

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Check out all the happenings here at Aikido of North County. You’ll find out more about our latest programs and what we have coming up in the future. We’ll also provide links to media stories about our Martial Arts Center. We’re proud of the attention we get and positive impact we have on the Vista community, and want to share it all with you. Read more below and never miss a beat.

 

Recent Dojo Promotions

January 1, 2019

We would like to Congratulate our most recent Promotions.

Aikikai  Hombu Dojo Japan.  

Ken MacBeth 6th Dan

Kevin MacBeth 5th Dan, Aaron Boehmer  4th Dan, Aman Dhillon 3rd Dan, Ryoya Katsuyama 2nd Dan, Kay Lee 2nd Dan

Jasmina Todoroska 2nd Kyu, Jonathon Anderson 5th Kyu, Brandon Chandler 6th Kyu

Childrens Promotions;

Lauren Ma, Katlyn Ma, Daniel Dorantes, Thein Mi Li,  Gia Mi Li, Lihito Ikeda, Michael Alvarez, Vivian Ishida, Tristin Fairfield, Romato Taylor, Elias Dorantes, Timothy Rivette, Darin Marlow, Sawyer Marlow, Evan Tran, Joseph Tygart, Talia Goody, Peter Rivette.

Upcoming Seminars

AAA San Diego Aikido Seminar
October 4,5,6th - 2019

This Seminar will feature Yasuo Kobayashi Soshihan (8th Dan) The Seminar is open to all practitioners regardless of style or affiliation.  Please remember to Pre Register at aaa.aikido.com for an early bird discount.

Winter Special Membership Rates

January 1, 2019

Adults;

$300.00 = 3 months dues includes a heavyweight Judo gi.

Children;

$250.00 = 3 months dues includes a heavyweight Judo gi.

Regular monthly membership dues. 

Adults $90.00

Children $75.00

Free Free Free, Thursday Evening Training for Non Members. This is open to the public, please come join us, try something different for the New Year.  There are no fee's attached to this program, please bring comfortable work out clothing.

What is Aikido "The Art"

January 1, 2019

Aikido is a martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba, O-Sensei, in the early years of the 1900's. It is a blend of traditional Japanese martial arts studied by O-Sensei in his quest to develop an art that gives the practitioner real world choices when confronted by a violent attack.
By using the attacker's own strength and force, an aikidoka, as practitioners are called, is able to defend himself against violent armed and unarmed attacks using only the force necessary to protect himself and others from harm.

Professor Morihei Ueshiba

January 1, 2019

Aikido is a relatively new self-defense art, founded in Japan about 1925 by Professor Morihei Ueshiba. As a youth Ueshiba Sensei, or O'Sensei (Honorable Teacher) as he is called, applied himself to many arduous years of training in "budo," or the martial arts. He mastered fencing, ju-jitsu, judo and use of the spear, and he delved deeply into religion, studyinq Shingon Sect Buddhism and Zen Buddhism. O'Sensei's great contribution to what he had assimilated from his studies of budo was his philosophy that ''the way of budo is to make the heart of the Universe our own, and perform our mission of loving and protecting all things with a grand spirit. The techniques of budo are only a means to reach that end." Further elaborating, O'Sensei concluded that the martial arts should not be concerned with brute force to knock opponents down, or with lethal weapons that lead the world into destruction. The training of oneself in the martial arts is not concerned with defeating others, but with practicing God's love within ourselves." Thus, the three characters, "AI KI DO" mean "The way of harmonizing with the spirit of the Universe."

Opening Class Hours

Class Times

Adult Mixed-Mon-Wed-Fri

6:45-8:00pm

Adult Beginners Thursday

6:30-8:00pm

Kids Class Mon & Wed

5:30-6:30pm

Adult Mixed Aikido

Saturday 9:00-11:00am

 

Contact

We’d be happy to provide you with additional information about individual courses and instructors at Aikido of North County. Stop by the office or drop us a line.

Address:

1310 N Melrose Dr # E, Vista, CA 92083, USA

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