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The British Aikido Association

The British Aikido association was formed in 1964 in order to promote and maintain the ethical and technical standards of Tomiki Aikido in this country. It is a voluntary non-profit making organisations and all the officers are elected members. It is affiliated to the All Japan Aikido Association. Under the auspices of the BAA high grade Japanese instructors are brought to Britain at regular intervals to further promote and develop Aikido. The BAA has established a formal grading system and promotion structure. Its gradings are recognised by the JAA and are equal to their standards. It sets qualification requirements for Coaches, Examiners and Referees and maintains a register of all such officials and the standards they have attained.

The BAA can always be called on for help and assistance with any aspect of Aikido but the following are available to members.

  • High standards recognised by BAA, JAA and BAB
  • Affiliation to British Aikido Board and the Sports Council
  • Comprehensive Insurance cover
  • Regular courses
  • Annual Summer Schools for Junior and Seniors
  • Service of Japanese technical Advisors
  • Championships
  • Excellent Coaching standards
  • Regular promotional opportunities
  • Promotional goods

The British Aikido Board

The BAA is a founder member of the BAB which is the Sports Council recognised governing body for Aikido.

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