Classes

We have a wide schedule of classes to accommodate adults and children, and different levels of experience. In addition, we include practice with weapons (buki waza). More information about training schedule.


Aikido classes

Aikido Musubi Aikido classes

Regular practice for all levels. Available to all members over 12 years old.

Monday 20:00 - 21:30 (J.L. Zafra) Tuesday 18:30 - 19:30 (A. Sancho)
19:30 - 20:30
20:30 - 21:30 (P. Martín, Dojo-cho) Wednesday 20:00 - 21:30 (T. Hamkhiyan) Thursday 18:30 - 19:30 (A. Sancho)
19:30 - 20:30 (P. Martín, Dojo-cho)
20:30 - 21:30 (P. Martín, Dojo-cho) Friday 19:00 - 20:00 (P. Fortes)

Aikido classes for beginners

Aikido Musubi Aikido classes for beginners
Aikido Musubi Aikido classes for beginners
Aikido Musubi Aikido classes for beginners
Aikido Musubi Aikido classes for beginners

Practice focuses on learning basic falls and movements. Recommended for beginners and intermediate level practitioners.

Tuesday 19:30 - 20:30

Aikido weapons classes

Aikido Musubi Aikido weapons classes
Aikido Musubi Aikido weapons classes

Practice with wooden sword or bokken, the short staff or , and the wooden knife or tantō.

Thursday 19:30 - 20:30 (P. Martín, Dojo-cho)

Aikido classes for children

Aikido Musubi Aikido classes for children
Aikido Musubi Aikido classes for children
Aikido Musubi Aikido classes for children
Aikido Musubi Aikido classes for children

For boys and girls from 6 to 12 years old. Aikido strengthens not only the body but also the mind and spirit. Children gain a strong sense of concentration and self-confidence while practicing in a friendly environment. Instructors teach children to defend themselves without hurting others.

Aikido classes for children are temporarily suspended.

Karate classes for children

Aikido Musubi Karate classes for children
Aikido Musubi Karate classes for children

Karate classes for children are temporarily suspended.

Iaijutsu classes

Aikido Musubi Iaijutsu classes
Aikido Musubi Iaijutsu classes
Aikido Musubi Iaijutsu classes
Aikido Musubi Iaijutsu classes

Iaijutsu is a combative quick-draw sword technique. This art of drawing the Japanese sword (katana) is one of the Japanese basic martial art disciplines in the education of the classical samurai. Ryūshin Shouchi-ryū is a kobudō (ancient martial art) school specialized in iaijutsu. This system is based on the traditional fencing originated in the Kanto area, later extended to Kyushu and other areas of Japan. It is composed of 60 kata of Iai, kumitachi of Kenjutsu, kumitachi of Iai, tachitori and tantōtori. The forms passed down by this style exude the wisdom, discipline, and determination of many masters and accomplished practitioners for hundreds of years, and it has been a major challenge of great importance to transmit these forms correctly generation after generation.

Saturday 11:00 - 13:00 (the second Saturday of the month)

Kyudo classes

Aikido Musubi Kyudo classes
Aikido Musubi Kyudo classes
Aikido Musubi Kyudo classes
Aikido Musubi Kyudo classes

Kyūdō is the Japanese art of archery. The Kyudo Dojo Association of Barcelona gather on weekends in our dojo and welcomes anyone who wishes to study this martial art.

Saturday 10:15 - 14:15

Sunday 10:15 - 14:15

For further information about kyudo classes, contact the Kyudo Dojo Association of Barcelona by the following means:

Email: infokyudobarcelona@gmail.com
Facebook: facebook.com/AssociacioKyudoDojoBarcelona

Judo classes

Aikido Musubi Judo classes
Aikido Musubi Judo classes
Aikido Musubi Judo classes
Aikido Musubi Judo classes

Judo is a martial art from Japan, created 150 years ago by master Jigoro Kano. Judo means “the way of softness”, and it is based on a set of stand-up self-defense techniques (throws) and ground grappling self-defense techniques (immobilisations, dislocations, and strangulations).

Jigoro Kano’s main objective was the education and training of young people. He adapted the most effective and least harmful techniques from various traditional Japanese martial arts to an educational environment; all this without losing the essence and values ​​of budo to create a school where academic education and the practice of judo were combined.

Jigoro Kano defined judo as “mutual aid and prosperity”, and “the optimal use of energy”. The moral code of judo is summarised in: courtesy, courage, sincerity, honor, modesty, respect, self-control, and friendship.

Judo has a competitive side that became an Olympic sport at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.

Monday 18:30 - 20:00

Wednesday 18:30 - 20:00

For further information about judo classes, contact by email: judomusubi@gmail.com