Dojo: (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



First month (working) $160
Subsequent months (working) $90
First month (non-working or student) $150
Subsequent months (non-working or student) $80


Monthly (working) $60
Monthly (non-working or student) $50


First payment covers first two months $170
Subsequent months $60


Family memberships are available and include a discount on monthly fees for each additional member beyond the first member. For more details send an email to info[at] or treasurer[at]


Victoria Aikido Centre is a not-for-profit dojo serving the Victoria community. We depend on your membership and fees to keep the dojo running; however, if you cannot pay due to personal circumstances, send an email to discuss possible alternative payment options: treasurer[at]

Payment details

The first month’s payment for all Adults and Juniors includes the following costs:

  • Initiation fee: $20*
  • Canadian Aikido Federation fee: $50 (Adults) and $30 (Juniors)

Subsequent monthly payments for all Adults and Juniors include a membership fee of $20 that is paid to maintain your continuous membership, even if you are not practicing.  

An annual fee is paid to the BC Aikido Federation each September: $15 (Adults) and $5 (Juniors aged 10-17).

*Note that if you request that your membership be suspended, the Initiation fee must be paid when you rejoin.

Annual payments

We offer a 5% discount if you would like to pay your fees annually; payments must be made at the start of our fiscal year in September.

Payment methods

Regular members will be invoiced. Drop-in visitors can either pay directly at the dojo or request an invoice.

  • Cheque or cash: use the payment box at the dojo
  • Electronically: request an invoice by completing a pre-filled slip and dropping it into the payment box or via email to the Treasurer:
    • e-Transfer (payments[at],
    • Stripe, or
    • PayPal



“My son is proud of his involvement. He plans to continue his membership in the Victoria Aikido Centre through his teen years. My younger boy is already eager to join when he is old enough.”

Doug G