We teach every student to his or her individual experience.
Ki Aikido is suitable for men and women of all ages, shapes, sizes and abilities. Whether you are a complete beginner, you have practiced something else before or are a visiting Ki Federation member, Epsom & Ewell Ki Aikido Club will make you welcome and teach you to your own level.
You are always welcome to contact the Sensei (teacher), Tim Brown.
If you have any queries about Epsom & Ewell Ki Aikido Club, please get in touch by...
|Phone:||0777 1714 159|
|This telephone will be on until the class starts so that students and visitors can get information to find us if needs be|
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|Visit:||If you want to come and watch, you are welcome to turn up on a club night and speak to us then (see below)|
If you want to see what a class is like, you are welcome to watch.
Feel free to come and watch a class to see first hand what it is like and how it is taught. Please arrive in plenty of time, so that the teacher or one of the higher grades can introduce you to what you are about to see; and please make enough time to watch the whole lesson.
The lesson is two hours long, but there is a short break in the middle. During that break, we will be happy to answer any questions about what you have seen, and about the club in general.
Classes are from 7.30 to 9.30pm on Monday evenings.
Access is available to the room from 7.00pm, so the dojo can be prepared from that time onwards.
There is usually a short break over the Christmas period, but otherwise every Monday will be covered.
All classes are taught by a qualified Ki Federation Teacher or Assistant
All classes are taught within the individual student’s natural physical limits in mind.
Bourne Hall is located in Ewell, near Epsom.
If you need to contact the dojo itself, the number is: (020) 8393 9571.
Most of the time, we practice in the
Main Hall, downstairs, but
occasionally the venue has to put us in other rooms. Please check the details
on the board at reception.
Before anyone is allowed to practice, he or she must be a member of the Ki Federation. Joining the Ki Federation involves an annual payment, and this means that we must take cash or a cheque for your first month.
The table below shows:
|First Month||Standing Order||Single Class||Notes|
|Disabled||£20.00||£20.00||£5.00||doctor’s letter required|
|Senior Citizen||£20.00||£20.00||£5.00||doctor’s letter required|