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Aikido Prague Vinohrady

Our training programs

All are Welcome!

  • men and women, boys and girls
  • all ages
  • pro­grams for beginners
  • low pri­ce for students
  • year-round enroll­ment

A Holis­tic Journey

  • ele­gant movement
  • stren­gth and inner peace
  • effecti­ve self-defense
  • per­so­nal deve­lo­p­ment for life
  • com­mu­ni­cati­on with others

Heal­th and Fitness

  • gra­du­al impro­ve­ment of fitness
  • balan­ced and fun workouts
  • pur­po­se­ful deve­lo­p­ment of the body
  • shi­at­su; Japa­ne­se message
  • exer­ci­sing into old age

Vhod­né pro všechny

  • muži i ženy, klu­ci i holky
  • všech­ny věko­vé kategorie
  • pro­gra­my pro začátečníky
  • níz­ká cena pro studenty
  • celo­roč­ní nábor

Vše­stran­ná cesta

  • ele­gant­ní pohyb
  • síla i vnitř­ní klid
  • účin­ná sebeobrana
  • osob­ní roz­voj pro život
  • komu­ni­ka­ce s dru­hý­mi lidmi

Kon­di­ce a zdraví

  • postup­né zlep­šo­vá­ní kondice
  • vyvá­že­né a zábav­né tréninky
  • vědo­mý roz­voj těla
  • shi­at­su (masá­že) jako doplněk
  • cvi­če­ní do vyso­ké­ho věku
enrollment for adults (17+ years old)

3‑month Fundamentals Aikido Course

Learn the fun­da­men­tals of Aiki­do with our com­pre­hensi­ve 3‑month cour­se for beginners!

Aiki­do offers tra­i­ning for your body and mind:
holis­tic move­ment, inner balan­ce, self-defense,
prin­ci­ples for the eve­ry­day life,
and a group of fri­en­dly people.

The next fun­da­men­tals cour­se starts in autumn – 2 Octo­ber 2023.
Sign up now!

Lidé o nás …

I was brou­ght to this club and at the same time to aiki­do by a per­son of the main tea­cher, whom I had known befo­re from other (non-aiki­­do) semi­nars. I have been practi­cing Aiki­do sin­ce 2015 and sin­ce then it has beco­me an inte­gral part of my life. It is a gre­at club with gre­at atmosphe­re. I recommend.

Tomáš, lawyer

I have been practi­cing here sin­ce 2015, when I have been care­fully selecting the club. I like Aiki­do more and more and I high­ly recom­mend any­o­ne who wants to link phy­s­i­cal exer­ci­se with the way of self-knowled­­ge. I cho­se this Dojo main­ly because the­re is a fri­en­dly atmosphe­re and sui­table con­di­ti­ons for the com­ple­te deve­lo­p­ment of human personality.

Michal, coach and guide

Respect­ful, non-vio­lent com­mu­ni­cati­on in phy­s­i­cal move­ment. Per­so­nal deve­lo­p­ment in which you fly throu­gh the air, clear your head and correct your posture.

Zuzka, social worker

I have been practi­cing here sin­ce 2014 and I am very hap­py. Althou­gh I have tried seve­ral other sports, none have offe­red me such a com­pre­hensi­ve appro­ach to buil­ding a heal­thy body and mind. The prin­ci­ples of aiki­do offer me a gre­at over­lap, which hel­ps me to bet­ter sol­ve even com­ple­te­ly “non-com­bat” situati­ons – like com­mu­ni­cati­on 🙂 Try it too!

Ondra, owner of an educational company

Dau­gh­ter goes to aiki­do for 3 years, I recom­mend it 🙂

Miroslava, mom

Gre­at, world class club. Many semi­nars with fore­ign teachers.

Oldřich, owner of internet company

What I like about aiki­do is its vari­a­bi­li­ty and the fact that the same tech­nique can have a very dif­fe­rent out­co­me based on situation.

Luboš, official

Dojo with expe­ri­en­ced tea­chers and a gre­at team. Aiki­do is tra­i­ned not only as a set of tech­niques, but as a ver­sa­ti­le deve­lo­p­ment, an inspi­rati­on for life. (In four years I have met other good dojo and good tea­chers, but I still practi­ce in Vino­hra­dy, althou­gh it has been out of hand for some time. It’s worth it.)

Adam, software developer and teacher

What I find the most inte­res­ting about aiki­do is the its abi­li­ty to deve­lop a sen­se of one’s own body and natu­ral movement.

Karolína, graphic designer

In addi­ti­on to the phy­s­i­cal exer­ci­se I get from aiki­do, I like how we try to sol­ve con­flicts gra­ce­fu­ly without need­less vio­len­ce. I also really appre­ci­a­te the ple­a­sant, fri­en­dly atmosphe­re of our dojo.

Vítek, Software developer

What I like in aiki­do is lear­ning how to blend in con­flict, accep­ting what comes from the oppo­nent whi­le main­ta­i­ning my own balan­ce. It also beco­mes a phi­lo­so­phy of life out­si­de the dojo. All of that without the need to fight, love it all!

Carmen, traveller, Spain

I sit on a chair throu­gh most of the day, so I really appre­ci­a­te the eve­ning aiki­do tra­i­nings whe­re I can give my body a tho­rou­gh wor­kout, cle­an my head and relax sti­ff muscles.

Jarda, web developer

I like biking, I play ten­nis, I am lear­ning to ska­te on in-lines, and if you knew me, you would know that this is a life-long batt­le for me. Aiki­do tea­ches me how to accept this, bre­athe in deeply, and rega­in energy.

Jirka, information system development methodologist

Why do I practi­ce Aiki­do? For hap­pi­ness! For ple­a­su­re of exer­ci­sing, a ple­a­sant envi­ron­ment and a fri­en­dly atmosphere …

Míša, graphic designer


Aikido Prague Vinohrady

Joy, move­ment, art, ver­sa­ti­le deve­lo­p­ment, balan­ce in the bust­le of the city, con­structi­ve con­flict reso­lu­ti­on, a way to res­to­re ener­gy … Aiki­do is all this and much more for the 200 mem­bers of our club.

Mar­tin Švih­la, 5th dan Aikikai

Short intro­ducti­on of our club: Aiki­do – art for life.

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