Aikido training in Las Vegas Update

Aikido Journal Editor Stanley Pranin is conducting regular classes in Las Vegas on Mondays and Thursdays, 7:00-8:30 pm

The home dojo is located near the South Point Casino and Iwama Aikido is the style practiced. If you live in the area or are a visitor and would like to stop by you may contact us as described below:

– Go to the following link: http://www.aikidojournal.com/askaway
– Select the “Aikido Training in Las Vegas” topic from the drop-down menu
– Write a brief resume of your aikido training background, if any, describe your training goals, mention the area of town you live in, and provide an email and contact telephone number. We will contact each interested person and arrange a meeting to go over our training plans and answer any questions you might have.


  1. Brandon Clapp says:

    Aikido has helped me in several ways throughout my life and I cannot imagine being without it. I always feel much more invigorated after every single practice. This feeling seems to last the next few days as well. It all begins with the great stretching routine that we do at the start of each practice; the group of stretches does a great job of getting the tendons and ligaments loose. I have found myself feeling much looser and not having any pain after a hard night of practice. This has given me a positive outlook on myself and helped me to expand this healthier outlook to other areas of my life.

  2. Kwasi Addae says:

    Aikido is such a positive force in my life. Even more so during this period of flux. The mats have always been a safe haven. There I can work out problems safely within the confines of purposeful physicality. Amazingly, the solutions to poor Morotedori execution are sometimes the same as those for life’s larger concerns. Blend. Extend. Watch. Repeat. I’ve found few exceptions to the application of these basic concepts. Concepts Aikido has allowed me to appreciate in a rich, all encompassing manor. No matter how much I’ve eaten all day, I feel lighter after class. Even the psychic pounds I’ve picked up from mental junk food seem to melt away. Its incredibly cleansing.

    Physically, hard training makes me feel like Ironman. A Son of Ja’ Rel. Focused and solid. Feet planted in the mat, radiating energy from my fingertips like waterhoses. I can taste being alive. My senses are heightened. I can feel people moving in the room. For an hour and a half, I am a supreme physical specimen.

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