Ki Aikido at Rocky Mountain Ki Society


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  • It is an enjoyable lifelong activity resulting in fitness, flexibility, stress reduction, and increased health and well-being.
  • It is a noncompetitive yet challenging activity; there are no winners or losers.
  • It helps builds self-confidence and the ability to react appropriately in situations involving conflict and the need for self-defense.
  • The dojo (or training hall) is a special place. While you are there, the outside world is left behind. It is a place to learn about yourself and how you interact with others: your expectations, fears, and reactions in challenging situations.
  • It’s fun!

Remember, the first lesson is free! Come on in and try it out!

Rocky Mountain Ki Society (RMKS) is a 501(c)3 federal non-profit organization. We offer instruction in Ki-Aikido and Ki Development.

What is Ki Aikido?

Ki-Aikido is a traditional Japanese martial art. It is not practiced as a competitive sport. What is commonly called Ki-Aikido in the USA is called Shinshin Toitsu Aikido in Japan. The English translation of Ki-Aikido literally means “the way of harmony with universal energy”. Emphasizing harmony and grace of movement, Ki-Aikido is considered a non-aggressive art. Rather than responding to an opponent with force, a Ki-Aikido practicioner redirects an opponents’ attacking energy into a pin or a roll. Rocky Mountain Ki Society is an officially authorized dojo through the Shinshin Toitsu Aikidokai headquarters in Japan.