Physical conditioning

Develop your agility, flexibility,

endurance and coordination

Meditation in motion

Traditional Japanese martial art


Ensō Aikido


Unify body and mind

Personal growth

Develop your confidence

Values ​​of respect and listening

Peaceful resolution of a conflict

Self defense


We are opening our doors for the summer 2021

Session from June 29 to August 27



Aikido consists of techniques with weapons and bare hands using the strength of the opponent not to defeat him, but to annihilate his attack.

In Aikido everything is a circle, everything is suppleness, everything is mouvement, everything is harmony. Aikido is the way of a physical culture, of a moral culture, it is born in the Traditional Martial Arts of Japan for the accomplishment of the human being.

What is fabulous about aikido is that the whole being aspires for the the combat not to take place. The combat is bad in itself. Martial Art must be love. Some say that Aikido is a form of religious expression of Japanese Martial Arts. In any case in Aikido there is no match, no competition, no championship, the combat is bad. It is undoubtedly the most harmonious, the most graceful discipline of the Budo.

Aikido is a martial art accessible to all, women and men, old or young. We practice in accordance with the capacities and limitations of the partner.


Complexe Sportif Claude-Robillard

Room 1.08 (Judo Room)

1000 Avenue Émile-Journault, 

Montréal, QC 

H2M 2E7

Pour plus d’information

(514) 585-0584 

[email protected]

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6:45pm - 7:50pm  - Beginner 

8:00pm - 9:00pm  - Regular

6:00pm - 6:30pm  - Open mat

6:30pm - 7:50pm  - Beginner 

8:00pm - 9:00pm  - Regular

6:00pm - 6:30pm  - Open mat 

6:30pm - 7:50pm  - Beginner 

8:00pm - 9:00pm  - Regular


Session from June 29 to August 27

Cost : 200$ 


Aikido Gi for adults: 80$

Aikido Gi for kids: 70$

(taxes included)








We are a club of Aikido who is concerned with the transmission of Aikido according to the principles of the Aikikai of Tokyo, Hombu Dojo (Aikido World Headquarters). 

We are part of the Canadien Aikido Federation (CAF) which is a member of the Aikikai Foundation, Aikido World Headquarters (Hombu Dojo) in Tokyo Japan.

Our teachers have closes ties to internationally renowned instructors from Japan, Europe, and America. Our dojo is in direct connection with Ōsawa Hayato Shinan in Japan and Alain Tendron Sensei who leads the Renwakai group in Europe.

We offer courses for beginners to whom we pay close attention since they represent the succession and vitality of art.

Kashima Shin Ryu, ken jutsu (study of sword handling) is also used in the curriculum, as it is complementary and linked to the study of Aikido.


Basic Attacks

Basic Techniques

Testing Requirements

Lexicale & Testing requirements of the CAF


Mauricio Oyarzun (3rd dan) 


He began Aikido in 2004 at Aikido de la montagne under  Claude Berthiaume Shihan (7th dan). From his beginnings he participated in seminars all over North America led by many teachers such as Y. Yamada Shihan, K. Chiba Shihan, D. Waite Shihan and many others. He became an instructors at Aikido de la montagne  from 2012 to 2017 and obtained the rank of 3rd dan in January 2016.

In 2006 he met Master Hayato Ōsawa Shihan (8th dan) and since  2008 he has been following his teachings, participating in seminars given by Ōsawa Sensei all over the  Americain East Coast, Halifax, New York, New Jersey, Toronto and Montreal.

In 2011 he met Christian Tissier Shinan (8th dan) and has participated in all the annual seminars and summer camps  held Montreal since.

In 2012, he left for Japan to spend 3 months of full time training at the Hombu Dojo in Tokyo with Master Ōsawa Shihan. He has the chance to also take ukemi (receive de technique) from several other Masters of the Hombu dojo on a daily basis including Miyamoto Shihan (8th dan), Seki Shihan (8th dan) and Kuribayashi Shihan (7th dan). In 2013, he returned to Japan for a period of 2 months and trained in Tokyo as well as in Osaka with Shimamoto Shihan (8th dan) and Hori Shihan (7th dan).

In 2018, he returned to Tokyo for a month of training.

Since 2014, he has participated in all workshops led by Master Endo Seishiro Shihan (8th dan) in Montreal and Toronto.

Since 2016, he has been following the teachings of Master Alain Tendron (6th dan) who inspires him greatly with a centered, powerful, flexible and relaxed Aikido. Alain Tendron is also the Student of the great Master Yamaguchi Seigo Shihan 9th dan (1924-1996). Alain Tendron is also the founder of the Aikido group Renwakai.

In 2017 he formed the Ensō Aikido dojo.


Aikikai Foundation

Aikikai Hombu Dojo

Canadian Aikido Federation (CAF)

Groupe Renwakai (Montpellier, France)

Cercle Tissier (Paris, France)

Saku Aikidokai (Saku, Nagoya, Japan)

Naka Ima Dojo  (Toronto, Canada)

Club de Judo Métropolitain

Ensō Aikido facebook

Ensō Aikido Métropolitain

Complexe Sportif Claude-Robillard

Room 1.08 (Judo Room)

1000 Avenue Émile-Journault, 

Montréal, QC 

H2M 2E7


Tel: (514) 585-0584 

email: [email protected]

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