Aikido

Aikido is a unique martial art that integrates body, mind and spirit. Graceful and powerful, it emphasizes peace and harmony over aggression and violence. The UNC Aikido club is affiliated with the Tomiki Aikido of the Americas and therefore incorporates the Kenji Tomiki method as a base of our learning. Our school teaches ukemi, trains in hand-to-hand combat, multiple attack, defense against the knife and other weapons. Aikido is using your opponent’s energy and aggression against themselves by way of wrist locks, elbow locks, throws and pins. Aikido is open to all skill levels and abilities.

Quick Facts

  • Fundraising/dues: $30/semester for general club fees= $60/year. Can be paid off by doing two volunteering events per semester.
  • How to join organization: Open
  • Practice Days & Times: TBA
  • Practice Location: Woollen Gym Combative Room
  • Competitive season: Fall/Spring
  • Competition Level: State
  • National Governing Body: Tomiki Aikido of the Americas

Recent Accomplishments:

  • Attended and competed in seminar in Maryland

Contact: Vimy Dang vndang@live.unc.edu (919) 628-7721

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