Special 10th Anniversary SeminarNaka Ima is celebrating its 10th anniversary by holding a special free aikido seminar on April 5-6, 2014, featuring Sensei Greg Angus and instructors from Montreal and New York.
View Naka Ima 10th Anniversary seminar details (PDF)
Aikido - A Great Alternative for KidsAikido is a non-aggressive martial arts where kids develop self-confidence and learn to work with each other. Click to watch a video of our children's martial arts program.
Sign up for your free trial classChildren and adults are welcome to attend any one of our regularly scheduled classes. Check out our martial arts class schedule, then let us know which class you'd like to attend.
Aikido FAQ - Getting StartedRead our Aikido Getting Started page and get answers to some of the more frequently asked questions on Aikido.
Try an Aikido Class in Toronto
New students welcome in our kids and adult Aikido classes
Aikido is an exciting and dynamic martial arts where the focus is on effectively blending with your partner's energy in a non-confrontational way. At Naka Ima, we work on developing the physical body through vigorous flowing practice as well as on calming the inner self through breathing and continued focus on one’s center.
Benefits of the Aikido martial art practice
Aikido is a martial art that can be practised by kids and adults of all ages, and each class offers participants a full body workout that results in overall fitness. Immediate benefits include stress relief, increase flexibility, stamina and strength.
Want to learn more about Aikido?
We welcome you to look through our site, call us or email us if you have specific questions. You can read our Aikido FAQ page or some of the martial art articles written by Naka Ima members and instructors, or check out the pictures from our Aikido photo gallery. You can also stop by the martial arts dojo in Toronto to watch or join us for a free trial class .
If you want to find out more about why we practice Aikido, we encourage you to read Sensei Greg's article, "Aikido - Why Do We Practice?"