Aikido Of Bristol County is an Official Tenshin Dojo in direct association with Elliot Freeman Sensei of Three Rivers Aikido and under Steven Seagal Shihan.
Aikido of Bristol County provides students with unparalleled instruction in the Japanese Martial Art of self-defense called Aikido by providing positive stress and challenge for students and teachers to reach their full potential, physical and mental, also to provide powerful methods for protecting ourselves from the disadvantages both inherited and adopted by our society. Observing and promoting the ideals and traditions of Aikido under the direction of John Araujo Sensei, Providing a safe and relaxed atmosphere for new and experienced students to learn and grow.
Teaching a solid foundation of Basic Movements and Basic Techniques which serve as the foundation for the students' continued growth and learning at much higher levels, To develop discipline, self-confidence, self-control, self-reliance to protect their selves and love ones. Providing an inner strength to develop a healthy body, mind and natural reflexes. Fostering an open-minded environment and offering a variety of programs to broaden the understanding of Martial Arts in general.
Classes at Aikido Of Bristol County are conducted in a friendly yet traditional atmosphere. Students learn correct etiquette in conjunction with their physical training.Through earnest, realistic and sincere training, the students of Aikido Of Bristol County will learn the true meaning of Aikido.
Monday 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Tuesday 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Wednesday 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Thursday 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Saturday 9:00am - 10:00am with Instructor Eric Sylvia
Visitors: If you wish to visit the dojo contact us to set a date in which you can come and visit our dojo.
AIKIDOKA'S From Other Dojo: Must first contact the Head Instructor to request permission to attend a training session at our dojo.
AIKIDO OF BRISTOL COUNTY
The Howland Place
304 Bolton St. 4th FL
New Bedford, Ma 02744