Update 04SEP2020 Classes at UCO have resumed. Masks are required on campus, and social distancing will be enforced. Update 07JUN2020 All classes at the Tatsukan Dojo are re-opened. UCO classes are still suspended. Original post, 19MAR2020 Due to concerns of Coronavirus, Katori classes at Tatsukan Dojo are cancelled until further notice. Aikido classes are cancelled until further notice. UCO has suspended all events for two weeks. Kendo/Katori classes at UCO will be cancelled for the remainder of the semester.Read More →

Abdalla Sensei has created a gofundme to keep up with the expenses of the dojo during a time when classes cannot be held. Please check it out here: Tatsukan Karate Dojo vs Covid-19 Quarantine If you can spare a few dollars, it would be greatly appreciated!Read More →

1. Learning how to work together will be essential in helping to build a better community in the Edmond area. Once our membership begins to grow we will assist different organizations within the Edmond community. 2. Building good health will be central to this Aikido class. The beginning of class will consist of special targeted rehabilitation exercises to target both old injuries and prevent new injuries. 3. This will be a skill-based class. Techniques will be taught with the emphasis on developing the skills underline the techniques. The skill development approach will allow the practitioner to apply these principles to any martial art they wantRead More →

One of the most difficult concepts to learn in any martial art is transferring energy through your body efficiently. In general, the body has to maintain a state of relaxed responsiveness. Usually, when muscles get tight, you’re trying to control unnatural movement. As we were training today I realized a skill, which is more easily developed through studying aikido, is fundamentally necessary to perfecting weapons practice.Read More →