|NPO Registration No.||NPO0979|
|We cater for||Juniors, Disability, Adults|
|Adults||£30 per month (or £8 per session)|
|Concessions||£12 per month|
|Juniors||£12 per month|
The Phoenix (Jersey) School for Therapeutic Arts was founded as an AIKIDO club in September 1987 by current President, Roisin Pitman. Aikido is a traditional, non competitive, Japanese martial art that relies on using the attacker's bodyweight against themselves by utilising spirals and straight lines combined with locks, pins and throws.
Since 1998 the school has become a permanent tenant of Fort Regent and operates from Room 'B' in the Gloucester Hall in a training facility that has been decorated in a traditional Japanese style.
Roisin has taught aikido around the world and currently holds the rank of 6th Dan, awarded in 2014 by Soke Yasuhisa Shioda of Japan.
In 2011 Roisin created MUKYOKAN INTERNATIONAL, to represent Aikido schools in Jersey, Warrington, Guernsey, France and Italy that have a similar ethos of Aikido Without Boundaries (Mu-kyo-kan) bringing inclusivity to the art by welcoming able bodied and disabled practitioners to Aikido training (Roisin herself is partially sighted).
Adults Tuesday & Thursday 7.30pm - 9.15pm
Kids Sunday 10am - 11am (aged 7 to 13)
Aikido mat fees:
Adult £8 per session £30 per month (for up to at least 8 session a month)
Kids £3 per session £12 per month
Adults £24 per annum
Kids/Concession £12 per annum
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