Introductory Classes

In partnership with Corvallis Parks and Recreation, the Corvallis Dojo offers introductory sessions 4 times annually, but you can begin your training at any time. Click Visit a Class to get started right away. Or, Register at the Corvallis Parks and Rec Web site link as shown below.

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KI-AIKIDO INTRODUCTORY CLASSES BEGIN:
Sept 3rd for Children ages 5-8.
Sept 4th for Children ages 9-13.
Sept 5th for Teens ages 14-18.

Sept 3rd for Adults ages 19 and up.

All Classes meet at the Oregon Ki Society Corvallis Dojo
535 NW 4th Street  Corvallis, Oregon
Phone: 541.757.2746
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Ki-Aikido Ages 5 - 8 Building a Foundation

Instructor: Christi McLaren
Fee: $40.00. ($50.00 Outside City Limits)
Ages: At least 5 but less than 9
Activity #:33069, 5:45pm to 6:45pm, Tuesday
Sept 3rd 2019 to Sept 24th 2019
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Ki-Aikido Ages 9-13 - Growing Mind & Body

Instructor: Kok-Meng Lam
Fee: $40.00 ($50.00 Outside City Limits)
Ages:  At least 9 to 13
Activity #: 33073, 6:00pm to 7:00pm, Wednesday
Sept 4th 2019 to Sept 25th 2019
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Ki-Aikido Ages 14-18 - Teen Class

Instructor: Anya M Panose
Fee: $40.00 ($50.00 Outside City Limits)
Ages:  At least 14 but less than 19
Activity #: 33075, 4:30pm to 5:30pm, Thursday
Sept 5th 2019 to Sept 26th 2019
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Ki-Aikido - More Than a Martial Art

Instructor: Fred Pfund
Fee: $40.00 ($50.00 Outside City Limits)
Ages:  19 and up  (Students currently in training range from teens to mid-seventies in age)
Activity #: 33071, 7pm to 9pm, Tuesday
Sept 3rd 2019 to Sept 24th 2019
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The Oregon Ki Society offers ongoing classes in Ki Development and Ki Aikido.

In partnership with Corvallis Parks and Recreation, the Corvallis Dojo offers introductory sessions 4 times annually, but you can begin your training at any time. Classes are age and ability appropriate, and all share the principles of Unification of Mind and Body, and Ki Development. 

Children’s classes are one hour, and integrate Ki Development into activities and exercises, as well as Aikido arts.  Ukemi, the art of falling safely, is a big part of training and helps build strong and resilient students.  Children learn to calm and focus their mind, and to train vigorously in a safe and non-competitive environment.

Adult classes are two hours, the first hour focusing on Ki Development. The second hour focuses on application of Ki Principles to Aikido.  Ki Aikido is a martial art that develops non-dissension as the strongest way.  Classes are such that students of all levels of experience can train safely together, and learn from each other. The successful execution of an art is dependent on how well you are concentrating at the moment, not on how many times you have performed the technique in the past. Some students elect to participate in Ki Development classes only.

The common goal of all programs is to help students create the happy, healthy, and successful life they want to have. Application of lessons learned to daily life is the true test of successful learning.