Aikido in Northwest Portland/Pearl District
At Portland Aikikai, we practice the Aikikai Style, the classical form derived from the teachings of the founder, Morihei Ueshiba.
Portland Aikikai, a member of the United States Aikido Federation, is not a training hall, it is a Dojo, where students learn "dō" or a "way" to improve themselves through everyday practice.
We are led by our
Michael Napoli, 4th Dan
Ty Barker, 6th Dan
Portland Aikikai also offers classes in Kenpo, Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu, and Shindo Muso Ryu Jojutsu (jodo).
Basic: Tues + Thurs 6-7pm
All Levels: Mon 6-7pm + Sun 10-11am
Weapons: Sat 10-11am
Children: Tues + Thurs 430-530pm
All Levels: Mon 6-7pm & Wed 730-830
Sparring: Sun 1130am-1230pm
Children & Teens: Mon + Wed 430-530pm
Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu
Shindo Muso Ryu
Thurs 7:30-8:30pm + Sun 4-5pm
Sat + Sun 11am
Mon, Tues, Thur 7-730pm
Mike Flynn Shihan @ Tacoma Aikikai
Yoko Okomato Shihan @ Montérégie Aikikai
Peter Bernath Shihan @ Tenzen Aikido
Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu, & Jodo
$100 a month
scholarships are available for anyone needing financial assistance
All levels welcome
Come on by!
Visitors are always welcome in the dojo. Please come to try a free class or watch any class. Our instructors are happy to answer your questions. Every Dojo has its own spirit and we hope you enjoy ours!
Speak with any of our senior students or instructors, they will be happy to answer any questions you have.
Our Aikido Children’s Program strives to create a fun and safe environment where kids gain self-confidence and discipline while building patience, balance, coordination, flexibility, and fitness.
As with all classes, friends and family are encouraged to watch!
Children's Class Schedules:
Tuesday & Thursday 4:30-5:30 pm
Monthly Fees for Kids:
scholarships available for those needing financial assistance
Our Adult Basic classes are open to 14-18 year old's, with instructor approval.
Parents who are active members can also join their kids during some children's classes with the instructor's approval.
This is a great opportunity for families to train together. Parents, please consider joining us on the mat.