Saints Aikido

The University of St Andrews Aikido Club offers a diverse and friendly group who welcome new members throughout the year.

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Saints Aikido

Aikido is a non-competitive Japanese martial art focused on self-development and self-defence. It is often described as one of the most subtle and sophisticated of the martial arts. It uses the attacker’s strength and aggression against them, with techniques mainly consisting of throws and joint locks. The nature of Aikido and its use of body movement and technique allow it to be practiced by anyone – regardless of physique, age, gender or fitness level.

The club is very friendly and boasts a helpful and enjoyable training environment as well as an excellent social life with regular parties, movie nights, and other events.

Club sessions

Day Time Location
Thursday 16:30-18:30 Sports Hall
Saturday 11:30-14:30 Sports Hall

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Join the Aikido Club

All matriculated students at the University can join the Aikido Club.

Join our alumni network

If you are a graduate from St Andrews and a former member of the Aikido club we would love to hear from you, and would encourage you to join our ever expanding network of alumni. If you would like to be kept up to date with news, activities and events from Saints Aikido, please ensure we hold the correct information and contact details for you by completing our short online form.

Support the Aikido Club

By supporting Saints Aikido you will be helping the club provide extra equipment, playing kit, clothing, additional training and transport provision, match officials or extra coaching, that will add greater value, more opportunities and a better experience for our students.