Arizona Aikido

Arizona Aikido

Coming Up ...

23 August 2014
Training - August 18 - 23, 2014

Yokomenuchi (shihonage, ikkyo, kotegaeshi, iriminage, nikyo, sankyo, yonkyo) Also, bokken. Randori situations.

Kyu Testing This Week!

Monday 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. - Practical applications (back dojo)
Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. - Ukemi
Saturday 11:00 a.m. to Noon - Randori
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What's New

10 August 2014
Fall Mountain Camp 2014

We are less than one month away! Time to think about preregistration!

Arizona Aikido's annual Fall Mountain Camp will be held at Emmanuel Pines Camp in Prescott, Arizona, the weekend after Labor Day, Thursday evening, September 4 through Sunday noon, September 7, 2014. Our featured instructor is Hiroshi Ikeda Shihan.

Some sessions will be taught by local Arizona senior instructors.

Information on cost and online registration are available here.

Download a flier.

Download a map of Emmanuel Pines Camp.

Weather information for Prescott.

If you need transportation from the airport to Prescott, check with us first. If we can't find a ride for you, check airport shuttle services here. Rental cars are also available at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix.

If you are staying at Emmanuel Pines Camp, you will need a sleeping bag or sheet, pillow, blanket, towel and your toiletries. We have a limited number of linens available for an extra fee of $10.00.

If you are not planning to stay at Emmanuel Pines Camp, we have a limited number of rooms reserved at the Hotel Saint Michael. You must claim one of them before August 1, 2014. You'll find information on the Hotel Saint Michael here. Talk to the front desk about a room reservation. Or you can look for other lodging in Prescott. The banquet on Saturday night is at the Hotel Saint Michael. Please note that Emmanuel Pines Camp is not within walking distance of any lodging in Prescott.

Please bring your jo and bokken. We do have a limited number of weapons for those who are unable to bring their own.

Information about Emmanuel Pines Camp. The camp does not have information about this seminar, so please do not contact them about it.

Directions to Emmanuel Pines Camp.

Many people take the opportunity while at camp to check out historic Prescott. Whiskey Row is a popular area that is easily accessible on Friday evening or on Saturday evening after the banquet. Additional information about Prescott is available from the Prescott Chamber of Commerce.

The Grand Canyon is about 130 miles from Prescott, a 2.5 hour drive, and is also a popular spot to visit while you are here.