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Niagara Falls Aikikai

Niagara Falls Aikikai is an organization dedicated to the teaching of the Japanese Martial Art of Aikido. We are Affiliated with the  Shin Kaze Aikido Alliance and with the Hombu Dojo the Hombu Dojo in Tokyo, Japan. Niagara Falls Aikikai adheres to the Aikido principles of the Shin Kaze Aikido Alliance, which in turn promote the style of Aikido which is in direct lineage from the Founder of Aikido, O-Sensei, Morihei Ueshiba and subsequently through Mitsunari Kanai Shihan (Master Instructor) and finally Robert Zimmerman Shihan through our affiliation with Toronto Aikikai. . Niagara Falls Aikikai is the Sister Dojo to Brampton Aikikai. 

The Sensei

Sensei Ray Caldwell began training in Aikido in September, 1993 at Brampton Aikikai under the direction of Richard McNeillie Senior and Junior. He was awarded the rank of Shodan on May 1st, 2012. He currently holds the rank of Nidan.

He moved to Niagara Falls in September 2012 and founded Niagara Falls Aikikai in November 2014 in the Niagara Falls Judo Club Dojo at 6389 Lundys Lane, operated by Scott Reid. The Dojo moved to 7639 Lundy’s Lane in August 2015 under the umbrella organisation of House of Five Martial Arts and is currently situated at Kokon Jiu Jitsu Dojo, 6824 Thoroldstone Rd., (Thoroldstone & Dorchester, in the small plaza right beside the Petro Canada)
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Friday:           6:30pm - 8pm                          Sunday:           11am - Noon
Sunday:               10pm - 11pm  
Fees are $60.00 per month for Adults and $40:00 per month for Children (16 and under)
Misc. Fees:
Annual SKAA fees: $50 (youth and adults only)
Kyu Test: $50 Dogi’s (uniforms): Anywhere from $50 to $100 depending on the quality preferred.


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