Call: (250) 477-4899
690 Sumas Street, Victoria, BC V8T 4S6

“Master the divine techniques of the Art of Peace, and no enemy will dare to challenge you.”
~Morihei Ueshiba

Adult Beginners Courses

The Adult Beginners Courses (Level 1 and 2) are where new students 19+ start. Each course is 7-weeks long with 2 classes per week.

Fees

  • Fees for each 7 week course (includes annual CAF dues)

    $70

Adult Regular Class

After completing the Introductory Course students can join the Adult Regular classes.

Fees

  • Initiation Fee (one time)

    $20

  • Working Adults (monthly)

    $70

  • Non-Working Adults or Students (monthly)

    $60

Juniors Class

Juniors, (age 6-18) join into their respective age-appropriate class: CHILD (age 6-9); YOUTH (age 10-14); and TEEN (age 15-18). - NEW STUDENTS may join and start at the beginning of any given month.

Fees

  • One-time fee for first two months (includes Insurance, Provincial and National Affiliations, Initiation Fees, Student Handbook, etc.)

    $140

  • Junior Class fees (monthly thereafter)

    $45

Family Memberships

At the Victoria Aikido Centre we strive to support families and communities by offering a special family rate. The whole family can train at the Victoria Aikido at a discounted price.

Fees

  • First member (Full membership and practice fee in highest dues category)



  • Second Member (Membership Fee plus half the Practice Fee)



  • Others (Membership Fee only)



Monthly Dues consist of two components:  a Membership Fee of $20, and a Practice Fee ($50, $40, or $25 depending on the classification).  As long as you wish to maintain continuous membership, the $20 Membership Fee is due even if you are not practicing.  If your membership lapses, the Initiation Fee must be paid again when you rejoin.

Annual Dues are payable to the Canadian Aikido Federation and BC Aikido Federation.

“I first came to Aikido on the recommendation of a mental health professional. During the course of counseling for PTSD, she saw that there was a dire need for learning some form of self-defense, and a deep-seated desire to do no harm. Aikido presented a solution to this seemingly impossible paradox.”

P. R.