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Hagihara at LI Aikikai 1965

Long Island Aikikai
15 North Clinton Avenue
Bay Shore, New York

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Founded in 1964 by Edward Hagihara, 7th Dan Shihan (Master Instructor), the Long Island Aikikai is one of the oldest martial art schools in the country;  with an almost 50-year history of teaching the art of Aikido on Long Island, New York. Situated in a building dedicated to Asian studies, the Long Island Aikikai is the place to practice for those interested in training in a peaceful and friendly environment. Our aim is to spread the message of harmony as understood through the Asian arts. Known for its high level instruction, the LI Aikikai has trained countless students over the years, many of whom have gone on to teach throughout the world. Whether you are interested in self-defense or self improvement, the LI Aikikai is here to help you achieve your goals.

Being a member dojo of the United States Aikido Federation, students also benefit from our access to other internationally acclaimed instructors. Over the years, we have had the honor of hosting seminars with Yamada Sensei, Tohei Sensei, Chiba Sensei, Sugano Sensei, Waite Sensei, Konigsberg Sensei, Lerhman Sensei as well as many other high-ranking individuals. For more information regarding our upcoming seminars please take a look at our events page.

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