AIKIDO NANZAN DOJO
Updated COVID-19 Requirements effective September 18, 2021
* Face coverings will be encouraged but not required in the Student Development Complex, MacInnes Student Ice Arena, Gates Tennis Center, Nordic Ski Wax Center, and other Athletic and Recreation facilities.
Registration and payment can be completed online. Participants must sign liability waiver and concussion awareness forms prior to participation. The SDC is not responsible for lost or stolen property. Please do not leave valuables unattended.
Aikido is a modern Japanese martial arts training that focuses on the power of body movements and momentum. Rather than punches and kicks, students learn blocking, rolling, locking, and throwing movements to control the force of an opponent. It’s a great way for children and teens to gain confidence, practice focus and concentration, and learn non-violent strategies for self-defense.
Location: SDC Studio
Uniforms are required and are available for purchase for $35 on the first day of class. For more information, contact Mark at email@example.com.
FALL SESSION 2: NOVEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 15, 2021
Registration closes: November 12, 11:59pm.
No class November 19-26.
Level 3 (age 11+) - Friday, 7:15-8:15pm
Level 4 (age 13+ with approval) - Monday/Wednesday 8:15-9:15pm, Friday 7:15-8:45pm
Level 3: $25
Level 4: $56
About the Instructor
Mark Campbell-Olszewski is the coordinator of the Aikido program at Michigan Tech. He has studied Aikido under Mitsugi Saotome Sensei for over 26 years and holds the rank of 4th-degree black belt. He received his master's degree in clinical psychology from the University of Alabama in Birmingham in 1983. Mark considers Aikido a perfect blend of his two passions—martial art and psychology—and considers himself privileged to teach these principles to community children and adults.
The Aikido program at Michigan Tech is affiliated with the Aikido Schools of Ueshiba (ASU) an international organization under the umbrella of the Aikikai Foundation, Aikido World Headquarters.