If you can please make the journey to Madison to celebrate Aikido of Madison‘s 30th year. In 1984 John Stone and Robin Cooper founded Aikido of Madison in a former motorcycle repair shop they rented in the back of a pet store. At only 600 square feet of mat space, the dojo was unheated expect during training. Over the years Aikido of Madison has become an important hub for Aikido in the Midwest. They have hosted many important instructors in Aikido and other related arts.
Besides the high caliber of teacher and students alike, Aikido of Madison is known for is their incredible potlucks.
Classes are from 10am to 12pm and 2pm to 4pm.
The potluck is at the nearby Goodman Center at 149 Waubesa Street (5 minute walk from the dojo). Dinner starts at 6:30. Free open bar (beer, wine and soda).
Aikido of Madison
2219 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI, 53704