The British Ki Society is the non profit umbrella organisation for eleven autonomous Aikido clubs throughout the UK who practice Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido or Aikido with Mind and Body Unified as developed by Koichi Tohei Sensei, 10th Dan Chief Instructor under Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido.
The Ki No Kenkyukai Internationale was established by Kenjiro Yoshigasaki Sensei to further advance the concepts and teachings of Tohei Sensei. The organisation has 186 dojos (clubs) in 24 countries predominately in Europe but also in Africa and South America.
All the British Ki Society clubs are members of the Ki No Kenkyukai International and the British Aikido Board, the UK Governing body for Aikido.
|Membership Type : Full Member
We follow the teaching of Kenjiro Yoshigasaki Sensei, the founder of the Ki no Kenkyukai Internationale and direct student of Koichi Tohei.
British Ki Society Webmaster
|Association Website : http://www.ki-aikido.org.uk/
|Email the British Ki Society Chairman : Philip Burgess
|Email the British Ki Society Vulnerable Adult & Child Safety Officer : Jayesh Karadia
Alness Ki Society, Alness, Scotland North
Burton Ki Society, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Coventry Ki Society, Coventry, West Midlands
London Ki Society - City Branch, London, London Central
London Ki Society - Ruislip Branch, Ruislip, London West
Loughborough Ki Aikido Dojo, Loughborough, Leicestershire
Rhondda Treorchy Ki Society, Rhondda-Cynon-Taff, Wales South
Solent Ki Aikido Club, Southampton, Wiltshire
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The BAB has an officer who you can contact if you have any enquiries at the following email address