White Oak Aikido Reading

Martial Art Instruction in Reading

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Caversham Heights Methodist Church Hall
74, Highmoor Road

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Opening hours

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 8pm - 9:30pm

Wednesday to Sunday: Closed

Key Services

Aikido Reading, Martial Arts Berkshire, martial arts Reading


  • Self-development and self-defence
  • Non-aggressive, non-competitive martial art
  • Improves fitness, flexibility and confidence
  • Eight-week beginners' course - start any time
  • Free taster session

White Oak Aikido - Martial Arts Training in Reading

Come and try Aikido at a free taster session, then join our eight-week Aikido Foundations Course and learn this exciting martial art. Aikido training is now available at the White Oak Dojo, Reading, Berkshire. Beginners aged 18+ are always welcome. Just get in touch to book your free taster session.

Caversham Heights Methodist Church Hall, 74 Highmoor Road, Caversham, Reading, Berkshire RG4 7BG
Tuesdays 20:00-21:30

Trade Bodies / Associations

British Aikido Board (recognised by Sport England as the governing body for Aikido in the United Kingdom).

Specialist Services

This traditional Aikido system combines training in empty-handed and weapons techniques.

Beginners' Classes in Aikido

The White Oak Aikido beginner's course has been designed to offer you a structured introduction to this exciting martial art. Our team of highly skilled and qualified teachers will ensure that your training will be to the highest standard. Training is open to anyone over the age of 18 and we have no upper age limit.

Aikido is a traditional Japanese martial art, a way of self-defence and self-development. The techniques of Aikido originate from the throws, joint locks, sword and staff techniques of the samurai warrior. Modern Aikido uses evasion techniques and the strength, momentum and aggression of the attacker rather than relying on being stronger, fitter or faster oneself. Aikido maximises the effectiveness and efficiency of the practitioner's own body and movement, developing a deep understanding of how the body works and how this power can be used most successfully. Regular training in Aikido also helps practitioners to become more centred and grounded and thereby better able to deal with the stresses of daily life.

For more information about training, please go to: www.whiteoak-aikido.co.uk

Or just email contactus@whiteoak-aikido.org or phone us.

Quote from a White Oak Aikido student: “Practice is offered within a very positive and encouraging environment."

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(Aikido) is really interesting, I think everyone teaching is really great, showing you how to do a move first then coming over to make sure you are doing it right. I think we also learn a lot from each other. Everyone is friendly and kind and helpful.

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The instructor group are united, consistent and their dedication to teaching is inspiring, all the way to contagious

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