Aikido Guide


NEWS: A completely new version of the iOS App was launched in September 2017. The new app has a new attractive user interface in addition to a better and faster video player.


By September 2017, the Aikido Guide application has been downloaded by around 2000 users in 70 different countries. Great thanks to all of you, and thanks for the positive reviews many of you have written on AppStore and Google Play. (Read some of the reviews here).

Aikido is a Japanese Martial Art that aims at solving situations in a harmonious way by understanding and expressing universal laws of body, mind and spirit.

The Aikido Guide is a powerful tool that fully utilizes app technology to give a unique learning experience. It is built up in an eclectic way, inspired by different teachers and schools. The Guide introduces a system that aims at extracting common patterns of movement from a multitude of techniques. Access to different levels of information will provide challenges and inspiration to beginners as well as teachers.

- The iOS version of the Aikido Guide is available at Apple Store.

- The Android version of the Aikido Guide is available on Google Play.

Aikido is a living art that will be perceived and expressed slightly different by all those who explore it whether as a recreational activity or as a way of life. The best way to learn Aikido is to find a Dojo that is run by or linked to a recognized teacher and organization, and to put your heart fully into the training. The Aikido Guide is meant to be a supplement to such training.

The Aikido Guide does not claim any authority over other interpretations or learning tools. It is a well considered tool that aims at being a guide and reference to Aikido techniques and Taisabaki for Aikido practitioners.

Link to Introduction to the Aikido Guide: How to use the Aikido Guide


Link to Interview about Aikido: What is Aikido, and why is it important?