Jon Stokoe 6th Dan Founder
Dai Nippon Butoku Kai “Certificated”
learning the essence of the art directly
Personal, one-to-one tuition will almost certainly raise your ability and improve your understanding of Aikido very quickly
PRIVATE Aikido Tuition
Jon Stokoe 6th Dan Aikido
He is a senior coach with the Shin-Gi-Tai Aikido Society Wales.
Shin-Gi-Tai is British Aikido Board Recognised.
When Looking for a club
Look for the atmosphere in the Dojo…..that will tell you all!!!
If you decide to study Aikido, choose your club carefully. When you hear of one that may suit you,pay it a visit and watch Aikido being practiced. This way you should soon discover whether it is a reputable club that caters for all levels of student “even physically handicapped.
Assess the atmosphere; do the students seem to be enjoying a well-diciplined,interesting,and well-planned lesson?
A word with the instructor and some of the students should give you an idea as to whether you will fit in
There is no other way to learn about Aikido’s philosophy and techniques than to get yourself on the mat and train…you wont get it all from books.
When looking for a club don’t just look for a school or union but look for an instructor.
Have a look at the clubs and the instructors in the area that you live.
Your main objective is to suss out the character of the instructor and the quality of his or her teachings :
South Shields Town Centre, South Tyneside, United Kingdom
Date and time:
Friday 6.30pm - 8.30pm : Jon Stokoe
Aikido has to be one of the most difficult of the Martial Arts.
Most people fail to continue the Art because they just do not give it enough time.
Students who have trained with me will say that one private Aikido lesson is worth several club or class sessions.
Jon Stokoe has 42 years of Aikido training and you can now share some of that with him.
Private Lessons to suit your time's