Home

Welcome to the Home of AIKIDO MUKYOKAN INTERNATIONAL, offering Traditional AIKIDO classes to the public.

AIKIDO ADULT CLASSES START on

TUESDAY 13th APRIL for people 14 years and upward.

WE ARE SO LOOKING FORWARD TO WELCOMING EXISTING STUDENTS AND ESPECIALLY NEW AND FORMER STUDENTS TO OUR HOME AT FORT REGENT

COMING SOON, IN MAY

A DEDICATED NIGHT FOR INSTRUCTION IN THE FOLLOWING DISCIPLINES, MONDAYS FOR:

SELF PROTECTION AND AWARENESS FOR WOMEN COURSES / SEMINARS

PHYSICAL INTERVENTION IN THE SECURITY INDUSTRY / Regular training

CONTROL & RESTRAINT / HANDCUFFING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL / Additional training and CPD

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT SEMINARS

These subjects are taught by Nationally Qualified and (UK) Security Industry Association approved SECURITY INSTRUCTOR, Róisín Pitman.

Róisín, also offers certification in Door Security Supervisor (Jersey) Level 2, through our partner Company, to enable staff to gain their JDRS badge (Jersey Door Registration Scheme).

If any student wishes to contact me directly, please do not hesitate to do so on either telephone (mobile) 07797-713370, email at roisin.pitman@hotmail.co.uk or by WhatsApp message or private message on Facebook (Róisín Xena Pitman)

Kanchō Róisín Pitman

Headmistress – Aikido Mukyokan International


FEES (MONTHLY / INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS / CONCESSIONS)

MONTHLY – Adult: £30*;        Children/Concessions: £12       *Adults have the opportunity, if they so wish to train no less than eight times a month which works out to £3.75 per 1.75 hour sessions)

INDIVIDUAL SESSION PAYMENTS:  Adult: £8;   Children/Concession: £3

twoukesRoshThe classes are available for all people over the age of 14 years, both able bodied and differently abled, and gives everyone the chance to learn AIKIDO, a traditional based Japanese martial art. 

AIKIDO, on a physical level, relies on using the attacker’s bodyweight and energy against themselves by utilising movement, both circular and linear, avoiding the attack, while blending with it, thus taking the balance of the attacker before employing a series of locks, throw and pins to subdue that person without causing undue harm.

Internally, AIKIDO helps to maintain concentration, creates good posture and body mechanics, nourishes the mind and is good at fighting stress, by creating a healthy mind and body.

Our fully equipped training facility (DOJO) is situated on the west side of the Gloucester Hall at Fort Regent, Jersey. The dojo is the Graeme Pitman Memorial Dojo and is named after the Club’s first Honorary Life President and former Chief Officer of Fort Regent Sports and Leisure Centre.

DIRECTIONS: Entering the Fort through the main entrance, walk up the slope and take the small steps on the left. Walk through the two sets of glass doors (next to the circular Queen’s Hall) and enter the Gloucester Hall. Walk down the side of the arena and the DOJO is the third activity room on the left. Our school logo (seen at the top of this page) can be found above the door of the dojo, a venue we now share with the Jersey Judo Association.

The School was founded in September 1987 by Róisín Pitman. 

Róisín still heads the school and is now an internationally recognised 6th Dan black belt (awarded in 2014 by Master Yasuhisa Shioda of Japan) and has instructed in many clubs and countries from the Channel Islands, United Kingdom, Eire, France and Italy in the west, to Turkey and Malaysia in the East.

The school have a great team of teachers waiting to introduce you to the wonderful world of AIKIDO. They are,

Kanchō Róisín Pitman6th Dan

Sensei Chris Clark – 4th Dan

Sensei Tim Silvester – 3rd Dan

Sensei Eduardo Nascimento – 3rd Dan

SSSSSSensei Tim Silvester                      –      3rd DanSensei Eduardo Nascimento       –      3rd Dan

Malaysia11aikicert

(above) The official ceremony when Mukyokan International (Jersey & Europe) affiliated with Mushinkan International (Malaysia), in the Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia dojo of Kancho Franciscus Nithya (pictured 3rd from the left) in June 2015.

Sundram, seated in front, is holding a portrait of the late Founder of Mushinkan Malaysia, Kaiso A. Francis Ramasamy, a former teacher to Kancho Róisín Pitman (third from right).

cropped-phoenix-logo1.jpg
DD34CBC8-1727-410E-9725-CAB963C71BAA
0A3E1B44-5092-42D6-A62E-80D16E758432
A817EE8F-1A52-45F4-B529-CB4E295D35A7

(From top to bottom) – Phoenix Jersey School Badge; Mukyokan International logo; Shioda International Aikido Federation logo – Roisin is graded and registered as an S.I.A.F. Instructor – Level 6; Mushinkan International logo, Hombu Dojo for Mushinkan-Do and Head Coach Franciscus Nithya, son of the Founder, Kaiso A. Francis Ramasamy)