Ki-Aikido

Ki-Aikido, a Japanese defensive martial art, works with the energy of an attack. The fluid rhythmic arts unbalance the opponent, taking her/him to the ground in a throw or pin.  More than a martial art, the mind/body coordination practice of Ki-Aikido develops physical and mental balance, flexibility, and focus for handling the challenges of everyday life.

Ki-Aikido does not rely on size or strength; the art provides an excellent self-defense practice for women and men of all ages.

Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido

In Japan, Ki-Aikido is called Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido. Shin Shin Toitsu, which means “mind body unification,” is a centering and focusing practice (sometimes referred to as Japanese yoga) that develops relaxation, mindfulness, coordination, flexibility, and balance.

Denver Ki Aikido is a Member of Rocky Mountain Ki Society Affiliated Dojos. Rocky
Mountain Ki Society was founded in Colorado in 1977 by Koichi Kashiwaya Sensei, 8th Dan chief instructor of Midland Ki Federation.

Head Instructor Susan Chandler is a fifth degree black belt and certified Ki Society International instructor with over 25 years teaching experience.