Mixed group: ♀/♂, junior/senior (age 16+, as a rule), beginners/advanced students.
Classes usually comprise open-handed and weapons techniques as well as basic work (fitness, safe falling exercises), and are taught in German/English language, as needed.
Fitness is an essential aspect (personal safety), it is therefore expected that Aikidoka take care of their physical condition also outside of regular training classes.
where and when?

Sports hall "Alte Turnhalle" Langenlebarn
Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Straße 4, 3425 Langenlebarn
Tuesdays 19:00 – 21:00 hrs

Gym at DonauSplash
Karl-Metz-Gasse 1a, 3430 Tulln an der Donau
Fridays 19:00 –21:00 hrs

Joy of exercising and effort, openmindedness and eagerness to learn,
plus the readiness to train twice a week.
Try it?
upon consultation, we offer up to three trial training sessions free of charge.
Thereafter, joining regular training classes is possible at any time.
Annual fees: 180 €
(club membership Sportunion Langenlebarn + Aikido section fee, as per Sept. 2021)
white Karate-/Judo uniform with white belt for all ranks below black belt.
Bokken/Jo (wooden sword/staff) according to teacher specification, available for beginners.
Dōjō Head:

Markus Bauer (3rd Dan Dento Iwama Ryu) has been active in Aikidō since 1999 and is a student of Volker Hochwald Shihan (6. Dan Dento Iwama Ryu, Aiki Shuren Dōjō Korntal).

Markus took up training with the then newly established Stuttgart group of Volker and Franziska Hochwald. Right from the start, he was fascinated by the intensity of the physically and mentally demanding training, as well as the coherent combination of open-handed and weapons techniques in traditional Iwama style.

In 2015, he established the Aiki Shuren Dōjō in Tulln, at the Danube river, close to Vienna, the first Dento Iwama Ryu / ISSASK group in Austria. In his training, he attaches great importance to an atmosphere of focus and concentration while combining traditional training with modern fitness elements.

"My ideal training? … one without words, but with a lot of Ki-Ai".

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