About Aikido Canada

Aikido Canada - About

Aikido Canada Dojo

Aikido Canada is the common name of our dojo.  It first opened it’s doors in 1981 under the supervision of Kevin Blok.

Located at 1089 Tecumseh Road East in Windsor, the dojo specializes in Aikido training and practice.

A number of other martial arts are taught at Aikido Canada (Iaido and Aiki Buki), and a number of specialized training courses (Advanced Programs) are held at Aikido Canada.

The focus of Aikido Canada has always been to teach Aikido as a path for individual improvement and as a practical self defense system.

Our dojo focuses on teaching Yoshinkan Aikido, a system originally developed by Gozo Shioda Soke.

Rose City Athletic Organization

The Aikido Canada dojo houses the Rose City Athletic Organization.  Incorporated in 1982 as a not-for-profit educational organization and granted tax exempt status as a registered charity with the federal government, RCAO promotes personal growth and inter-personal development by  offering courses and specialty programs for self-actualization and community advancement.

Headquarters: Chudokai Aikido Federation International

We also serve as the headquarters of the Chudokai Aikido Federation International, an international association of Aikido dojos. The chief instructors for each of these dojos was personally trained by Chudokan master teacher Kevin Blok Hanshi (master instructor).

To read more about the Chudokai Federation, click here.