Aikido in Singapore has evolved since the first day I joined more than 20 years ago.
For the most part, it has made the Aikido ecosystem very vibrant and multi-faceted. As there is no one fixed way to climb the Aikido mountain, these schools gives Aikido students a plethora of ways to experience the art and find the teacher that most suit their personality and timing.
The list is in no way exhaustive as there are Aikidokas giving lessons on a free-lance basis. These listed organisations has their own stable dojo, training facilities and followed a structured martial arts curriculum.
Disclaimer: These information was complied off a Google, a public domain; based on the information on the school’s respective website. Please inform me of any errors and clarifications, and I’ll correct them soonest.
Shoshin Aikikai Singapore
- Harry Ng, 7th dan, Aikikai
- Philip Lee, 7th dan, Aikikai
- George Chang, 7th dan, Aikikai
- Kelly Tan, 6th dan, Aikikai
- Ramlan Ortega, 6th dan, Shudokan
Singapore Aikido Federation
- Freddy Khong, 6th dan, Aikikai
- Serge Beraud, 5th dan, Aikikai
- Bernie Ho, 5th dan, Aikikai
Zhen-Qi Shu Aikido
- AwYong Gan Kheng, 5th dan, Aikikai
- Penny Ng, 5th dan, Aikikai
- Koh Nai Sing, 5th dan, Aikikai
- Syed Ismail, 4th dan, Aikikai
- Wayne Yim, 4th dan, Aikikai
Living Impact Aikido
- Rina Lim, 4th dan, Aikikai
- Shamus Chan, 3rd dan, Aikikai
Tendoryu Aikido (Singapore)
- Tan Chee Wei, 2nd dan, Tendoryu
- E-Sama (Erwin), 1st dan
- Francis Chong, Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido
Renshin Budokai Singapore
- Vincent Sia