Morihei Ueshiba, Founder of Aikido | Iwama Ryu Aikido, Melbourne | Aikido Maai

New bundle classes, training schedule online, grading dates and more

Public Holiday Monday 11 March 2013

A quick reminder that Monday 11 March 2013 is a public holiday, so there will be no  training.

New payment options: Bundles of 12 classes

We have updated the eCommerce options for aikido classes, you can now buy a bundle of 12 classes. These bundles may be useful for people who might have trouble making 2 classes a week, but still want to train and get the best value for their training dollar.

The 12 classes are valid for 12 months from date of purchase, and can stretch across 2 or more  months. You can purchase bundles of 12 classes for students or adults (not for the children’s class).

Buy a bundle of 12 classes [Adult] Buy a bundle of 12 class [Student] 

Payment Options

We have been having some issues with PayPal subscriptions, so will be sending out recurring invoices via email. Payment options for these are:

  • Direct Bank transfer – you might consider setting up a recurring bank transfer. Bank details are included ont he invoices
  • PayPal – paypal is still available as an option
  • Cash – please bring cash to class in an envelope with the following details written on it:
    • Your name
    • The month that the payment is for
    • Invoice number(s)


Some students have been asking about  purchasing some quality Japanese white oak weapons. Please indicate your interest in whether you want some weapons by sending a quick email to sensei. Once we know how many people are interested, we will organise to bulk purchase them. Payment options will be made available through the Aikido Maai Shop

Training schedule on website

The Aikido Maai training schedule is now available via the website. The schedule lists all classes for adults, students and children, gradings and will also include upcoming seminars.

See the full training page for the complete list.


Gradings for both children and adults (kyu grades)  will be held on May 29 2013.

See the gradings events page for more details.

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