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Two Rivers Aikikai

2950 SE Belmont Street

Portland, OR 97214

Equity is Ki

Practicing non-Violence is a Way of Life

Please Join Us!

Develop your Peaceful Spirit

through Aikido and Iaido

Two Rivers Aikikai is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing adults and children with the opportunity to develop strong, healthy bodies and powerful spirits through the practice of Aikido and Iaido in Portland, Oregon. Two Rivers Aikikai admits students ages 6 and above of any race, color, gender identity and sexual orientation.

Aikido is the only effective method of self defense that does not use violent action in response to violent confrontation. Aikido will help develop within your self the power of compassionate, cooperative and peaceful methods in de-escalating and resolving conflict.

Iaido is being in the moment while drawing and cutting with a Japanese sword. Iaido is a challenging individual practice of mindfulness and precise bodily movements.

Are you thinking of starting Aikido or Iaido in Portland?

Visit our dojo in real life to observe classes, ask questions and get a personal sense of the friendly atmosphere and the vibrant spirit of our students and instructors on the mat. You don't need to call ahead. There is no time like the present to harmonize your body, mind and spirit and improve your life.

~ Adults and teens can start classes 6 times a year in our 4 week Beginner Session. Our next session begins Tuesday March 3rd. Click here for details.

~ Children's Aikido classes have ongoing registration for children ages 6 to 11. We encourage parents to visit the dojo to watch a children's Aikido class to see how Aikido will benefit your child. Click here for details.

~ Iaido classes are offered for teens and adults ages 16 and up.   Click here for details.

~ Our dojo is located at the corner of SE 30th and Belmont St. at 2950 SE Belmont Street, Portland, OR 97214.

We welcome Visitors to our Dojo

Visitors are welcome to observe any of the classes on our class schedule and speak with instructors before or after class. When you visit, you will notice that Aikido is a formal martial art with precise rules of etiquette. With that in mind, please remove your shoes after entering the dojo and place them on the floor by the front window. If a class is in progress, please find a place to sit and watch class. You may download our Visitors Information Sheet as a Get Acrobat Reader from Adobe free file (177k). It contains answers to questions that visitors often ask. Visitors do not need to let us know ahead of time of their plan to visit.


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