Welcome to St Louis Ki Aikido

Would you like to feel more peaceful and relaxed? Want to learn martial art techniques that specifically help you maintain a relaxed calmness in daily life?


Ki Aikido is a vigorous, fun and mentally engaging martial art that can increase and maintain physical fitness for both men and women!


Experience St Louis Ki Aikido today!

St Louis Ki Aikido is a nonprofit educational organization. We seek to improve the ability of individuals to respond to stress and conflict positively and creatively, with calmness and relaxation.

We bring people together to study Mind/Body Oneness through training in Ki-Aikido and Dynamic Meditation (Ki Development).

We provide a structured curriculum, qualified male and female instructors, tools for measuring individual progress, a principal facility for training, and outreach programs in the community.

Practicing Mind/Body Oneness enables persons of all abilities and ages to live healthier, more integrated lives.


When we train to remain relaxed we can respond with inner calm, reducing fear and violence in our personal relationships, communities, and the world.

NEWS
December 2014 STLKI newsletter


KI-AIKIDO WORKSHOP WITH KASHIWAYA SENSEI - SATURDAY Sept. 22
Workshop with Kashiwaya Sensei


SPECIAL VIDEO

Koichi Tohei 10th Dan - Rare Aikido Demonstration
Tohei Sensei and Hagihara Sensei: New Jersey 1965
KASHIWAYA SENSEI -8TH DAN- KI-AIKIDO
Ki Aikido Super Randori

AIKIDO ARTICLES
Aikido Turns Conflict On Its Head
Samurai Secret, Always Being At Your Best

SOCIAL MEDIA
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Did you know that you can shop on Amazon and donate to the dojo at the same time?
If you go to smile.amazon.com and choose St. Louis Ki, the dojo will receive .5% of the purchase as a donation for your purchases on Amazon. This is similar to the Schnucks cards. You don't have to do anything special other than shop like normal.



Since 1979, over a thousand people
have trained with Saint Louis
Ki Aikido and so can you.

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