The White Oak Aikido
the Japanese Martial Art of Aikido at the White
Oak Dojo in Reading
©White Oak Aikido
There are a
lot of different martial arts and a lot of
different Aikido styles and teachers to choose
from both in the UK
the world. So what can you expect when you train
at White Oak Aikido Reading?
team’s vision for the Aikido taught at
White Oak Aikido at the YMCA
in West Reading and at the Caversham
Heights Methodist Church Hall in Caversham:
preserve and honour the Aikido of Haydn
Sensei and his lineage back to O Sensei.
study and training to evolve the Aikido of Haydn
Foster Sensei as a living tradition.
our Aikido alive and honest through training
at seminars with a variety
of teachers from different lineages.
Aikido which is functional, effective and fun.
our Aikido teaching on sound basics and
principles, and ensure a strong foundation
from which each student can develop in
teaching and training, to recognise that
Aikido is a martial art for both self-defence
Aikido to develop our students and to help
them to realise their potential.
a safe, non-competitive and non-aggressive
To adapt our
teaching to individual needs, whilst maintaining
high standards in our tuition and grading system, ensuring a
consistent, honest and genuine approach with all
Of course, the best way to find out what
training at White Oak Aikido Reading is all
about is to come along to one of our training sessions!
New beginners are always welcome to come and
watch us training or to join
in for a free taster session and to have a
chat with the teaching team and any of our
Any questions about
training in martial arts at White Oak Aikido
Reading? Please email
find out more about getting involved in the
martial art of Aikido in Reading: