Sierra Aikido  

 

     

Chief Instructors: Frits Levenbach & Julie Bennett

Welcome: About Sierra Aikido and FAQ for Newcomers

What We Do

Sierra Aikido is a nonprofit 501(c)3 Public Benefit Corporation dedicated to community service in education and health. Applying a holistic approach, we make Aikido a platform for personal enrichment, physical health and emotional wellness for ages 5 to 70+, and life skills development for our youth.
  • Public Programs: Regularly scheduled clases are open to all adults, children and teens. In addition, by special arrangement, we offer custom-tailored training, including individual and small-group lessons, short courses and workshops.

  • Community Outreach Programs: We reach out to adults and youth in underprivileged and underserved communities through partnerships with community organizations and other nonprofits. Together with our partners we aim to make Sierra Aikido training accessible and affordable to anyone on or near the San Francisco Peninsula.

Our Teaching Approach & Objectives

Adults & Youth Children & Teens
Ages 14 and up, lifelong
Girls & Boys ( Ages 5 to 18 )
 | 
Parent-Child K to 3rd Special Needs Homeschool

Whom We Serve

Adults, children and teens, ages 5 to 70+, on or near the San Francisco Peninsula, with special emphasis on:
  • Homeschooling. Families, as we share the same core values for parenting and education.

  • Special Needs. Children and Teens, who are mainstreamed whenever possible, with the support of one-on-one or small-group training and coaching in an inclusive environment.

At-risk children, youth and adults, through partnerships with other organizations and individuals focused on health and education. With their collaboration we tailor Aikido training to support each partner's clients. We particularly emphasize jointly growing self-sustaining, self-directed Aikido training with like-minded nonprofits, government agencies, schools and individual professionals.
Mission Statement:
or  PDF

Contact Us: Email Sierra Aikido to set up a time to discuss your requirements.

Our Programs

Regularly Scheduled Classes Open to the Public ( Ages 5 to 70+)

Adults & Youth Children & Teens
Classes and Schedules: Friday Evenings & Saturdays
===>>>   Annual Holiday Schedules <<<===
Maps and Directions: Sierra Aikido, 2134 Old Middlefield Road, Suite A, Mountain View
Visitors are always welcome to observe, or try out, a class at no obligation during scheduled training sessions.

Individual or Small-Group Classes

Special Needs Children & Teens Daytime Japanese Language & Culture Classes, with or without Aikido
Homeschool & Other Groups Other activities ( for children or adults ), such as only Japanese Language, by individual arrangement

Community Outreach Partnerships

Overview:
Aikido Program Services:
Making a Difference:

What do our training environment, adult and child Aikido classes look like? [ Stills & Streaming Video ]

Other Info and Useful Links

Glossary of Commonly Used Japanese Aikido Terms
Culture, Education & Conservation: Books, Films & Articles, Organizations
Aikido & Martial Arts Dojos & Aikido Information Sources


© 2006 - 2014 Sierra Aikido. All rights reserved

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日本語ガ話せます。
Main Location Mailing Address
Sierra Aikido
2134 Old Middlefield Way, Suite A
Mountain View, CA 94043
Sierra Aikido
722 Gailen Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Telephone: 650.493-1074
Sierra Aikido
 
  Sierra Aikido  

 

     

Chief Instructors: Frits Levenbach & Julie Bennett

Welcome: About Sierra Aikido and FAQ for Newcomers

What We Do

Sierra Aikido is a nonprofit 501(c)3 Public Benefit Corporation dedicated to community service in education and health. Applying a holistic approach, we make Aikido a platform for personal enrichment, physical health and emotional wellness for ages 5 to 70+, and life skills development for our youth.
  • Public Programs: Regularly scheduled clases are open to all adults, children and teens. In addition, by special arrangement, we offer custom-tailored training, including individual and small-group lessons, short courses and workshops.

  • Community Outreach Programs: We reach out to adults and youth in underprivileged and underserved communities through partnerships with community organizations and other nonprofits. Together with our partners we aim to make Sierra Aikido training accessible and affordable to anyone on or near the San Francisco Peninsula.

Our Teaching Approach & Objectives

Adults & Youth Children & Teens
Ages 14 and up, lifelong
Girls & Boys ( Ages 5 to 18 )
 | 
Parent-Child K to 3rd Special Needs Homeschool

Whom We Serve

Adults, children and teens, ages 5 to 70+, on or near the San Francisco Peninsula, with special emphasis on:
  • Homeschooling. Families, as we share the same core values for parenting and education.

  • Special Needs. Children and Teens, who are mainstreamed whenever possible, with the support of one-on-one or small-group training and coaching in an inclusive environment.

At-risk children, youth and adults, through partnerships with other organizations and individuals focused on health and education. With their collaboration we tailor Aikido training to support each partner's clients. We particularly emphasize jointly growing self-sustaining, self-directed Aikido training with like-minded nonprofits, government agencies, schools and individual professionals.
Mission Statement:
or  PDF

Contact Us: Email Sierra Aikido to set up a time to discuss your requirements.

Our Programs

Regularly Scheduled Classes Open to the Public ( Ages 5 to 70+)

Adults & Youth Children & Teens
Classes and Schedules: Friday Evenings & Saturdays
===>>>   Annual Holiday Schedules <<<===
Maps and Directions: Sierra Aikido, 2134 Old Middlefield Road, Suite A, Mountain View
Visitors are always welcome to observe, or try out, a class at no obligation during scheduled training sessions.

Individual or Small-Group Classes

Special Needs Children & Teens Daytime Japanese Language & Culture Classes, with or without Aikido
Homeschool & Other Groups Other activities ( for children or adults ), such as only Japanese Language, by individual arrangement

Community Outreach Partnerships

Overview:
Aikido Program Services:
Making a Difference:

What do our training environment, adult and child Aikido classes look like? [ Stills & Streaming Video ]

Other Info and Useful Links

Glossary of Commonly Used Japanese Aikido Terms
Educational Books, Films & Articles, Conservation & Culture
Aikido & Martial Arts Dojos & Aikido Information Sources


© 2006 - 2014 Sierra Aikido. All rights reserved

Member Portal

Password:




Website Search

In the textbox enter complete or partial keyword(s) to find on this site's HTML pages ( case-insensitive! ):
Questions, or more information? Contact Sierra Aikido
日本語ガ話せます。 U+00AF or U+203E
Main Location Mailing Address
Sierra Aikido
2134 Old Middlefield Way, Suite A
Mountain View, CA 94043
Sierra Aikido
722 Gailen Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Telephone: 650.493-1074