Aikido Ethic and Code of Conduct from Hombu

In 2015 the Aikido Hombu (headquarters organisation) published an Aikido Ethic(external link), and a Code of Conduct(external link). These provide a simple statement of the underlying principles we should seek to embody through our practice of aikido.

It is heartening to see that the Code of Conduct explicitly mentions: acting in good faith, eliminating harrassment and discrimination, and protecting personal information.

Trowbridge Aikikai's connections to other aikido groups

As a long-time student of the late Sugano sensei, Hill sensei has always made sure we maintain close links with Sugano's aikido "family", particularly its branches in Australia and Benelux. As a result, we benefit from frequent opportunities to train with international-level instructors, here, in Belgium, and elsewhere. Trowbridge Aikikai members grading to shodan are expected to have participated in these training events.

One of these opportunities is the Global Inner Aikido School, held in Belgium in late August each year. This is usually led by senior visiting instructors from Australia, with the support of the corresponding senior instructors from Belgium and Holland.
Global Inner Aikido School website(external link)

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