Saturday, 2 January 2016

ELLIS SCHOOLS of TRADITIONAL AIKIDO ~ PROMOTING AIKIDO from 1957

ESTA - pleased to advise members & visitors we are not in any way associated with the discredited British Aikido Board.- BAB.

The Bracknell - Basingstoke dojos welcomes new students / beginners and visiting Aikidoka from all styles and associations

____________________________________1957 - Ellis Schools of Traditional Aikido - 2012_____________________________________


Henry Ellis Shihan & Derek Eastman Shihan - promoting and teaching Aikido - UK - Europe - USA - Australia from 1957.


Left: Derek Eastman                               Right; Henry Ellis

The "Ellis Schools of Traditional Aikido" - ESTA - one of the oldest Aikido organisations in the UK. The ESTA proudly have as principal coaches Henry Ellis and Derek Eastman who are the last two surviving pioneers of British Aikido from the 1950s - from its inception by Kenshiro Abbe Sensei and Ken Williams Sensei.

VISITORS - Please scroll down for Bracknell & Basingstoke Aikido Clubs information.Email: Ellis Aikido:
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________________________________________________________Bracknell News Cuttings 1966_______________________________________________

" Bracknell News 1966 " article on the opening of the Bracknell Dojo ->. Click here for article
The Bracknell Aikido Club was first established in 1966, in the old Victoria Church Hall, Church Road. Near The Old Manor Pub. The Church and the Hall have long since been demolished.
The dojo then moved to the St Andrews Hall which was located behind the Binfield Road Post Office.
The Bracknell Aikido Dojo ( training hall ) welcomes both men and women over the ages of 16 years to 97 yrs. We are sorry to say that we no longer offer childrens classes at Bracknell.


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