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Chief Instructor

M. Rock Lazo
Shidoin - Godan

 

Instructor

Steve Miller

Dojo Cho - Sandan

Kenosha Aikikai Dojo Members

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Programs

Aside our main Aikido program Kenosha Aikikai also offers three independent programs available to everyone, click on the images below for more information.

Women Self Defense Iaido Tai Chi & Qi Gong
Women Self Defense Iaido Tai Chi

Youth Aikido Classes

Kenosha Aikikai offers Youth Aikido Classes three times a week!

For information on schedule and fees please refer to the right column in this page.

For more information call (262) 237-8175 or email us at youth@kenoshaaikikai.orgYouth Class after their first test

The Kenosha Aikikai is a United States Aikido Federation (USAF) dojo, in the Kenosha and Racine county area, where the Aikikai style of the traditional martial art of Aikido is practiced. We offer three adult classes each week. Classes start at the beginning of each month.

Visitors are always welcome to observe or participate in any of the classes we offer.

If you are looking to begin training in the martial arts in Northeast Illinois or Southeast Wisconsin, visit us to learn more about Aikido.

Ask us about our Free Introductory Class for new students. If you have further questions, please contact us by e-mail.

Meet a Dojo Member: Nancy Mateski

Nancy Mateski

When and how did you start Aikido?:
I started Aikido in 1995. Someone who I admired very much suggested I try it. I said "OK", and jumped right in without really knowing anything about it.

What made you stay?:
I've stayed for many reasons. The main one is that I love the feeling of community I get from being in an Aikido dojo. You don't just come and go from practice like at a health club. Being in a dojo it is understood that you are expected to give some of your time and energy to help maintain the facilities. The members care about the dojo, and each other.

What do you like about Aikido?:
Besides the awesome excercise, I think my favorite thing about Aikido is that for one hour a day I get to set aside anything that might be troubling me and do nothing but focus on the present moment. I also like the challenge of constantly learning.