COVID-19 Update & Impact
We have decided to close Bay Marin Aikido through the end of March to reduce the chance of any of our members or guests inadvertently receiving or spreading the COVID-19 virus. We hope to resume classes starting in April and will be monitoring this public health emergency closely. Please feel free to reach out to us in the meantime if you’d like more information regarding our dojo or training in Aikido.
Adult classes are offered six days a week, Monday through Saturday. Classes are open and visitors are welcome. If you are interested in training, come in for a free class and see our specials.
Tai Juitsu or body arts, which are done empty handed.
Weapons Training or Buki-waza (tools of the way): Practices that involve a wooden sword (Aiki-ken or bokken) or a wooden staff (Aiki -Jo). These practices are fun, different and are very good if you have a physical condition or injury that might prohibit you from practicing Tai Juitsu. They are directly linked to the body arts so you will be learning the key fundamentals of Aikido without taking falls or rolls.