Menu

OC Ki Society

return to Home Page

Aikido with Ki (Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido)

Aikido literally means the way to harmony with Ki. Students study Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido to learn to coordinate mind and body, to work with others positively, and realize their full potential. Aikidoists use Ki to powerfully lead their opponents rather than colliding or fighting with them. The principles of Aikido apply directly to dealing productively with people in daily life. Students learn the process of applying Ki to the martial art utilizing the principles of non-dissension and the five principles of Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido.

The Orange County Ki Society teaches Ki Aikido in a traditional Dojo setting. The classes are led by highly skilled instructors with 15 to 40 years of experience. Instructors travel annually to Japan to ensure that the latest teaching is available to students.

Five Basic Principles of Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido
  1. Extend Ki
    Before leading others you must first learn to control your own mind and body yourself.

  2. Know your opponent's mind
    Understand your opponent's intention.

  3. Respect your opponent's Ki
    Do not fight with your opponent.

  4. Put yourself in the place of your opponent
    Align with your opponent first then you can lead them effectively.

  5. Perform with confidence
    Continue to conclusion without doubt or hesitation.
  Orange County Ki Society - 26941 Cabot Road #136, Laguna Hills, California 92653 - Call Us: (949) 436-6023
  © 2017, Orange County Ki Society. All Rights Reserved. Kiatsu is a registered trademark of Ki Society H.Q.