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Getting Started

Free Introductory Lesson
It's easy to get started in one of the Orange County Ki Society programs. You can come in for a free introductory lesson at any of our class times. You don't need to wait for a special starting date.

Here's what to do:
  • Check the location page to see where we are located.
  • Check the schedule page to see when classes are held.
  • Give the dojo a call to let us know you are coming. You can also send us an email.
  • Dress in loose comfortable clothes like a tee-shirt and sweat pants.
  • Come to the Dojo 10 to 15 minutes before the starting time.
  • This gives you the opportunity to meet and talk to the instructors before class begins.
  • Enjoy your lesson.
  • Ask lots of questions.
Getting Started in Ki Classes
Ki classes are for anyone ages 13 and older. Seniors also find Ki classes enjoyable.

Here's what to expect:
  • Expect the introductory lesson to last one hour.
  • The introductory lesson will show you how to coodinate your mind and body.
  • The lesson is typically taught separately from the main class.
Getting Started in Ki and Aikido Classes
At the Orange County Ki Society, Aikido is based on a solid understanding of Ki Principles. Thus, all Aikido students must also train in the Ki classes to fully develop an understanding of Ki.

Ki-Aikido classes are for anyone ages 13 and older. If you have any physical limitations or injuries consult your doctor before beginning Ki-Aikido training.

Here's what to expect:
  • Expect the introductory lesson to last two hours.
  • The first hour will introduce you to the Four Basic Principles of Mind and Body Coordination.
  • The second hour introduces you to the Five Principles of Aikido and to the basic movements of an art or two.
  • The lesson is typically conducted separately from the main class.
Signing Up
After your free introductory lesson decide if this training meets your personal goals.

Here's how to sign up:
  • Fill out and sign a release form. There are different forms for adults and children.
  • Pay your one-time membership fee that we forward to the Ki Society in Japan (this fee is not required for children).
  • Pay your dues for the first month. Dues are paid month to month (no long term contracts).
  • Begin attending classes!
  • Traditional training attire is optional. Click here for more info.
  Orange County Ki Society - 26941 Cabot Road #136, Laguna Hills, California 92653 - Call Us: (949) 436-6023
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