Hello there! Unfortunately our page has not been translated to english yet, but we still welcome english speaking people at our dojo. We train at Nääshalli (address is Näsijärvenkatu 8, 33210 Tampere) in the room Budo 3. If you are visiting Taido practitioner from abroad feel free to just appear in any of our practice sessions, but don’t worry even if you have no experience yet. Because…
Our next beginners course for people over 14-years old starts on monday 23.9.2019 at 18:30 o’clock!
Taido is a Japanese martial art that uses the body in many ways. In Taido, you attack and defend at the same time using different body trajectories. Moving is one of the most important parts of Taido. It is difficult to hit a moving object, so there are eight different ways of moving your feet. Flips, somersaults and cartwheels are also used in the movement.
In addition to general fitness, Taido develops balance, coordination and agility. Taido is suitable for everyone, regardless of age, gender and past hobbies. For those seeking active training, Taido offers a challenging form of exercise. There is also the possibility to compete up to the World Championship. However, competing is entirely voluntary and is not required for advancing belt grades.
Comfortable and flexible indoor exercise clothing is suitable for training. In the beginner’s course you will get to know Taido in many ways and after the course you will be able to continue training and take the first belt exam in May.
Price for the beginners course is 80€, or 70€ if you are a student. If you are a university student in Tampere you can get an even better deal by enrolling through SportUni. In addition to the course fee, you also need a license from The Finnish Taido Association, and an insurance that covers Taido. The license and insurance can be bought together for a total of 79€ and they are valid for a full year, so they don’t need to be renewed until next autumn if you choose to continue training after the beginners course.
Our practice schedule can be seen below.
|monday||18:30 – 20:00||Beginners and advanced|
|wednesday||18:30 – 20:00||Beginners and advanced|
|sunday||15:30 – 17:00||Non-instructed practice for advanced|