Past editions of the Banyu Hatten Aikido Newsletter page
Aikido Yuishinkai was founded by Master Koretoshi Maruyama to promote
universal values and principles of peace throughout the world. Students
from all styles of aikido are welcome to train with us as we are
non-partisan in our approach. Friendship with other dojos is encouraged
in keeping with the harmonious spirit of Aikido. Aikido Yuishinkai is
truly “Aikido without boundaries”.
Aikido Yuishinkai UK
Following the UK 2004 World Tour Seminar with Koretoshi Maruyama Sensei
in July, organised by the Isshinkai Aikido Academy in Andover,
Hampshire, the Senior Instructors of the Isshinkai Association, Banyu
Hatten Aikido and Cheltenham Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido applied and were
accepted into Aikido Yuishinkai.
University of Aberdeen
The Aberdeen University Aikido Club practiced the Iwama Ryu style of
Aikido until 2004, in September of that year the club became affiliated
to Banyu Hatten Aikido under the supervision of Geoff Flather Sensei,
7th Dan. The Clubs current instructor is Mike Haft, 1st Dan
Traditional Aikido, a family club open to all. Instructor Sensei Paul
Chambers, 6th Dan
The Aikikai Foundation, officially recognized by the Japanese government
in 1940, was founded in order to preserve and promote the ideals of the
true Aikido created by the Founder. As the Aikido World Headquarters, it
is the parent organization for the development and expansion of Aikido
throughout the world.
AikidoJournal, the leading world-wide aikido publication featuring
videos, articles, forums, the Encyclopedia of Aikido, and anything else
related to aikido
A vast amount of useful information on Kjartan Clausen's Frequently
Asked Questions site
AikiWeb's principal purpose is to serve the Internet community as a
repository and dissemination point for aikido information.
British Aikido Board
The constituted purpose of the British Aikido Board is to further the
advancement of all styles of Aikido in the United Kingdom and to
establish and monitor standards of safety and behaviour conducive to the
safety of practitioners of Aikido.