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Aikido: true victory is self-victory

If you are looking for a new challenge and have an interest in martial arts, traditional Japanese culture, or just stretching yourself physically and mentally, then consider taking up a beginner's course in aikido.

Build physical and mental resilience with aikido

If you are looking for a new challenge and have an interest in martial arts, traditional Japanese culture, or just stretching yourself physically and mentally, then consider taking up a beginners’ course in aikido.

Aikido, way of harmony

If you are looking for a new challenge and have an interest in martial arts, traditional Japanese culture, or just stretching yourself physically and mentally, then consider taking up a beginners' course in aikido.

Aikido, the art of peace

Aikido: True victory is self-victory

Aikido is a Japanese martial art that promotes self-awareness and personal development. Its techniques are entirely focused on self-defence, and involve unbalancing and controlling an aggressor without recourse to violence. Instead, relaxed, circular movements blend with the movement of the attack, and destabilize the attacker using his or her own momentum. The training develops physical stamina, resilience, suppleness, co- ordination, and timing. On a deeper level, aikido teaches how to face stressful situations with focus, resolve, and clarity. There are no competitions, and men and women of all sizes and physical conditions can practice safely together.

Train with Athlone Judo Club

If you’re looking for a new sport or just a want a new way of getting fit why not try judo?

The Pagodas Temple — the one stop shop for martial arts in Galway

The Pagodas Temple was started in 2005 by Chris Hickey, a fourth Dan black belt, the highest graded judo black belt in the west of Ireland. Mr Hickey always wanted to have his own dojo where he could pass his skill and knowledge on to others with a passion for the martial arts. This is due largely to the training he received in the Galway Judo Club, the support of his many friends, and his long time mentor Sensei John Creaven.

 

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