Tamworth Aikido has been established for 19 years servicing the region - including schools and corporate bodies among many others. 

Aikido is a peaceful dynamic martial art, based on blending with the energy (“Ki”) of an attack and returning harmony and balance. 

Aikido is designed to bring out one’s full potential for joyful, healthy and successful living.

Aikido’s unique approach is based on protecting the attacker throughout the interaction. 

This requires one to be in touch with one’s true power based on mind/body unity. This power is called ‘Ki’. Ki is the energy behind all things. 

When one’s mind and body are unified and in harmony, there is an energy that permeates all our actions, there is an irresistible influence. 

This is called Ki (energy).

Aikido is called the art of ‘non-resistance’ as all desire to attack is dissolved.  Like trying to attack the ocean, it is better to let go and flow with its currents. 

So beyond the martial art, Aikido becomes the way of flowing with natures’ forces to turn your life into a state of flow.

Victory in Aikido

‘Self-Victory’ includes the study of centering and connecting to your deeper self to bring the master within ourselves out, to be comfortable in all situations or interactions be it in daily life or with 4 or 5 opponents coming to attack.

‘Victory through being in alignment with one’s true path or destiny’. Training then is a way of creating positive momentum and clarity towards one’s true purpose in life.

Benefits

Aerobic fitness

Deep suppleness & flexibility (core strength)

Grounding & balance

Awakening the spiritual warrior within oneself

Live life to the full - adventure, harmony & peace

Tamworth Aikido has been established for 19 years servicing the region - including schools and corporate bodies among many others. 

Aikido is a peaceful dynamic martial art, based on blending with the energy (“Ki”) of an attack and returning harmony and balance. 

Aikido is designed to bring out one’s full potential for joyful, healthy and successful living.

Aikido’s unique approach is based on protecting the attacker throughout the interaction. 

This requires one to be in touch with one’s true power based on mind/body unity. This power is called ‘Ki’. Ki is the energy behind all things. 

When one’s mind and body are unified and in harmony, there is an energy that permeates all our actions, there is an irresistible influence. 

This is called Ki (energy).

Aikido is called the art of ‘non-resistance’ as all desire to attack is dissolved.  Like trying to attack the ocean, it is better to let go and flow with its currents. 

So beyond the martial art, Aikido becomes the way of flowing with natures’ forces to turn your life into a state of flow.

Victory in Aikido

‘Self-Victory’ includes the study of centering and connecting to your deeper self to bring the master within ourselves out, to be comfortable in all situations or interactions be it in daily life or with 4 or 5 opponents coming to attack.

‘Victory through being in alignment with one’s true path or destiny’. Training then is a way of creating positive momentum and clarity towards one’s true purpose in life.

Benefits

Aerobic fitness

Deep suppleness & flexibility (core strength)

Grounding & balance

Awakening the spiritual warrior within oneself

Live life to the full - adventure, harmony & peace

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Contact Us

Phone: 0421 111 532

Email: contact@shinsendojotamworth.com

Contact Us

Phone: 0421 111 532

Email: contact@shinsendojotamworth.com

About Us

About Us

Location

Girl Guides Hall
Cnr Hillvue Rd, & Bruce St.
Tamworth NSW Australia 2340

Phone

+61 0421 111 532

Copyright  Shin Sen Dojo Tamworth 2020. All Rights Reserved 

Copyright  Shin Sen Dojo Tamworth 2020. All Rights Reserved 

Shin Sen Dojo Tamworth was founded in September 2000.

Over the years the dojo has been invited to demonstrate at many major local public events and involved with many organisations in the community.

Shin Sen Tamworth was invited to be part of the Australian Sports Commission's Active After School program from 2006 until 2016, involving many schools in Tamworth and surrounding regions. 

They were also nominated a number of times, as the best After School Activity in Australia during this time.

Shin Sen means "Free Person" and is dedicated to inspiring the spirit of all who train - to bring out the very best in each person.

Training involves precise, flowing, circular movements to deal with any situation with calmness, effectiveness and confidence.

Shin Sen Tamworth continues to serve the local community and welcomes anyone who wishes to try out Aikido for themselves.

Shin Sen Dojo Tamworth was founded in September 2000.

Over the years the dojo has been invited to demonstrate at many major local public events and involved with many organisations in the community.

Shin Sen Tamworth was invited to be part of the Australian Sports Commission's Active After School program from 2006 until 2016, involving many schools in Tamworth and surrounding regions. 

They were also nominated a number of times, as the best After School Activity in Australia during this time.

Shin Sen means "Free Person" and is dedicated to inspiring the spirit of all who train - to bring out the very best in each person.

Training involves precise, flowing, circular movements to deal with any situation with calmness, effectiveness and confidence.

Shin Sen Tamworth continues to serve the local community and welcomes anyone who wishes to try out Aikido for themselves.

About Your Instructor

About Your Instructor

Peter Hons Sensei has been training in Aikido for just on 30 years.

Originally from Sydney, he trained extensively under the founder of Shin Sen Dojo - Ken McLean Sensei.

He studied extensively in traditional and healing arts, involving:

  • Aikido
  • Ki Energy Development
  • Ki Shiatsu Therapy
  • Macrobiotic Principles for health and daily life.

In 1996 he moved up to the Blue Mountains and soon was given the honor of head instructor of Shin Sen Dojo up there, until moving to Tamworth in 2000.

In September 2000 he set up and began Shin Sen Dojo in Tamworth.

Peter Hons Sensei has been training in Aikido for just on 30 years.

Originally from Sydney, he trained extensively under the founder of Shin Sen Dojo - Ken McLean Sensei.

He studied extensively in traditional and healing arts, involving:

  • Aikido
  • Ki Energy Development
  • Ki Shiatsu Therapy
  • Macrobiotic Principles for health and daily life.

In 1996 he moved up to the Blue Mountains and soon was given the honor of head instructor of Shin Sen Dojo up there, until moving to Tamworth in 2000.

In September 2000 he set up and began Shin Sen Dojo in Tamworth.

About Aikido

About Aikido