Located in Eugene
Oregon, the HAI KI Aiki Center teaches aikido, the art of peace. Students of aikido learn non-violent conflict
Aikido is an effective system
of self defense, giving confidence in any conflict. Aikido teaches relaxed, natural motion, great for relieving stress. Aikido
emphasizes balance, improving performance in any sport. Aikido teaches techniques for falling, a good skill to have at any
time. Practicing aikido is a cooperative activity, great exercise, lots of fun and available for anyone. It's a great activity
for parents and children to have a good time learning together. Come try a few classes for free!
Come visit our dojo.
The Five Principles of HAI KI Aikido
At our dojo, we base aikido on five principles. These principles
are guidelines for helping us to learn. Aikido is not just set of techniques. It is a martial art through which we learn to
balance our own mind and body and to be in balance and harmony with the world. These principles point us beyond technique
to the core of aikido.
Below are videos with examples of each of the five principles.
Overview of the five principles
Be centered and on balance
Extended mind, heavy body
Mind leads body
Move from Your Center
HAI Ki Aiki Center * 2855 Lincoln (Village School) * Eugene * OR * 97405 (541) 461-3442