Aikido and Zen in Albuquerque

zen aikidoWe are a unique Aikido school here in Albuquerque in that we combine traditional Zen practice and classic Aikido instruction into a single curriculum. Check our upcoming classes. So, in every class we sit zazen (seated Zen meditation) and we train in Aikido. This is Zen Aikido.

Please realize that this is a working site – we use this blog to keep our students updated with instructional material and ‘musings’. But, there is plenty for you read as well. So, feel free to poke around.

If you are new to Aikido, check out the About Aikido page. For more about the thinking behind Zen Aikido Classes, check out our About BHC page. You can read student comments. If you are new to Albuquerque, we are located in the Northeast Heights, near Juan Tabo and Copper. We partner with a judo club. And you can find us at:

Albuquerque Judokai / Both Hands Clapping Aikido
670 Juan Tabo NE, Suite G
Albuquerque, 293-5836

Another unique part of Both Hands Clapping Aikido is that we base our Zen Aikido classes on thirteen week sessions. So, we only accept new students four times a year. For you, our next session will be the Fall 2017 session starting in last August

Aikido is a great martial art. And combining Zen and Aikido into every class is the ultimate. But Zen Aikido classes aren’t for everyone. So, if you can’t wait until August to start your Aikido training or you are just not interested in this Zen thing, here are several other Albuquerque Aikido schools that you may want to look into.

Albuquerque Aikido - HakamaOther Albuquerque Aikido Schools

We try to keep this list up-to-date, but if you think there may be another Aikido dojo in the area, here’s a dojo search you may want to try:
AikiWeb: Aikido Information

Finally, I an always happy to answer any and all of your questions. You are most certainly welcome to come see a class, to see how we integrate Zen into Aikido – and we can talk. While it is always best in person, I do respond promptly to questions through e-mail.

Thank you for your interest in Both Hands Clapping Aikido. Peace.
Jim

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