UWA Aikido Club
Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art. The term Aikido translates to ‘the way of harmonious spirit’. Aikido was first developed so martial arts practitioners could defend themselves while protecting their attacker from injury.
The UWA Aikido Club trains four times a week at the UWA International Martial Arts Centre at UWA’s Claremont campus. Regular training times are available at our website.
2017 membership prices are yet to be finalised, so stay plugged in to the UWA Aikido Club Facebook page for updates.
UWA Taekwondo Club
Taekwondo is a Korean Martial Art characterised by its use of various kicking techniques.
Classes are run twice a week at the UWA International Martial Arts Centre. Class times are:
Wednesdays 4.30–5.30pm (kids)
5.30–6.30pm (adults and senior rank kids)
5.30–7pm (senior-ranked adults)
Saturday afternoons 3.30–5.30pm
For information on suitable membership options, contact one of the club’s instructors. A full list of contacts can be found on the club website under the Contacts tab.
UWA Karate Club
The UWA Karate club provides learning opportunities across all experience levels. Whether you are a beginner or experienced in the discipline of karate, the club has plenty of opportunities for you to further develop your skillset.
Training is 7.30–9.30pm on Monday nights at the UWA International Martial Arts Centre and 7–9pm Thursday nights at the multi-purpose room, UWA Recreation and Fitness Centre.