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  1. How often should a beginner train ?
  2. What classes are beginners available to take?
  3. What should I expect a class to be like?
  4. How much will this cost?
  5. Why three months up front?
  6. Am I too old/too young to do Aikido?
  7. I have a bad back/knees/disability, can I train?
  8. How long till I get a black belt?

How often should a beginner train?

  • Beginners should try to commit to three classes a week. Less may make it difficult to retain some of the basic lessons.
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What classes are beginners available to take?

  • See the schedule. Classes are available almost nightly. As well there are day and weekend classes, and private lessons.
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How much will this cost?

  • Beginners start at $195.00 for three months, including the yearly membership fee. After that, fees are $85.00 a month. Fee's will change based on levels of achievement, and discounts are available for paying in advance and for groups or families.
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Why three months up front?

  • It takes most beginners at least a few of months to get comfortable with the training, and be able to decide whether they should continue further. This takes them to about the time of their first test.
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Am I too old/too young to do Aikido?

  • We have had students start from 4 - 64! If you are in that range, you should do fine.
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I have a bad back/knees/disability, can I train Aikido?

  • Yes. Although we may have to limit certain activities, almost anyone is able to enjoy and develop in Aikido.
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How long till I get a black belt?

  •  For $15.00 you can have one today. It's the certificate that is high priced! High priced in time, energy, commitment and effort. The price for a certificate is between 4-7 years of training. This is depending on what you bring into your training, your own level of fitness, and your dedication in training and commitment in attendance..
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