Sign Up For Iaido



We are happy that you wish to sign up for our Iaido program! Please note you can do this in person too. However, if you would like to get it all out of the way and jump right in, this page will lead you through our simple sign up process for unlimited monthly classes of Iaido at the Long Island Aikikai. 

Our monthly fee for the Iaido program is $50 and you may purchase a month via the Paypal button below. This monthly fee means you can join any of the Iaido classes located on our schedule page (, as many as times as you’d like with no restrictions.

We will reach out to you via email after you have signed up to introduce ourselves and answer any questions or concerns you might have. Your payment is good for any month (starting on the first of that month).


Once You Have Signed Up

Please fill out the forms below.

Then, feel free to come down for any class you’d like. Members usually begin arriving 20 minutes before class start so they can stretch. Other members will show you around the dojo and you will be given your membership card so you can sign in and track your classes.


(Frequently Asked Questions)

Q: What should I wear to my first Iaido class?
A: We recommend clothes that are loose fitting and comfortable to move around in that covers your knees and elbows. We will have equipment you may borrow. We recommend you do a few classes first before you commit to purchasing uniforms and equipment to see if you wish to stay with it.

Q: I am (x) years old, can I still do Iaido?
A: Yes! We have members of all age ranges. Your practice will be tailored to your pace as safety is of utmost importance to us.

Q: How many times should I come a week?
A: Classes are currently held twice a week, Monday nights and Thursday nights at 7:00pm, for an hour and a half. You can come as many times as you’d like. The more often you come, the faster you will progress but since this is a personal journey, only you can decide what pace of progression you would like.

Q: I have a medical condition, what do I need to know about my practice?
A: First thing you should do is speak with your primary care physician to make sure you are allowed to do physical activities that will involve engaging your core and limb muscles, as well as your joints, in repetitive motions that include lunges and kneels. Then you should let the instructor of the day know of your condition so they may make whatever adjustments that will be necessary for you to safely practice.

Q: I really like Iaido and wish to continue training, what should I do once this month is up?
A: After this initial month, we can keep your credit card on file to run every month until you ask us to stop. We will never lock you into a contract, and if you end up paying for a month you don’t use, we will credit you that month for use in the future.

And that’s it! Feel free to come in and begin your Iaido journey here! We’re very happy to have you and hope to meet you soon.