The British Aikido Association was founded in 1966 in order to promote and maintain the ethical and technical standards of Tomiki Aikido in the United Kingdom. There are BAA approved Clubs & Dojo in all parts of Britain.On an international basis the BAA is affiliated to the Worldwide Sports Aikido Federation. Under the auspices of the BAA, international instructors are brought to Britain at regular intervals to further promote and develop Aikido in this country.
The BAA has a formal grading syllabus and promotion structure. It’s gradings are recognised by the JAA and are equal to their standards. The BAA sets qualification requirements for examiners, judges and referees and maintains a register of all such officials and the standards they have attained.
- Shizentai Issue 10 available now
May 10, 2017
Visit our Newsletter page for issue 10 of the BAA Magazine Shizentai
- 2017 WSAF Junior, Youth and Senior World Sport Aikido Open Championships
December 22, 2016
- Competitors and Judges at the Third Junior and Youth European Club Competition 2016
November 27, 2016
- Discounted MAI Subscriptions
February 28, 2016
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- Position Statement
January 21, 2016
The Official Position Statement published by the BAA Executive Committee outlining the Associations policy toward International matters dated 15th November 2015 including.
- The future of the World Sport Aikido Federation (WSAF).
- The membership of ITAF (International Tomiki Aikido Federation) the JAA replacement proposal for TAIN.
- The attendance at future international competitions including 2017 options and bidding for the 2019 ITAF International.