University Taido Club (Yliopiston Taido) offers Taido trainings several times a week at Porthania (Yliopistonkatu 3, basement floor) and Kaapelitehdas (Tallberginkatu 1 C, 4th floor) in Helsinki .
Taido is a wide ranging and dynamic martial art. Use of the whole body and its different axis are in the core of Taido. Different three dimensional ways of movement including acrobatic cartwheels and somersaults provide both attack and defense techniques with speed and strength. Taido is a challenging but rewarding and fun hobby.
You do not need to register to start training, just check the next starting date and come to the training.
In the Taido Core course you will learn:
principles of Taido techniques including punches and kicks
basics of Taido movement and stances
fitness and condition
coordination, balance and agility
The only necessary equipment to start training is comfortable exercise clothing. Sports shoes are not required as trainings are conducted indoors in barefeet. Wash your feet before training and take away all jewellery and your watch. Please bring sandals, socks, or similar to keep your feet clean when going from the locker rooms to the dojo.
The Taido Core basic course is divided in three parts which concentrate on basics of Taido: basic techniques, movement and creativity.
Taido Core beginners course for adults start dates in autumn 2021 are:
Taido Core practice will be held twice a week :
The first two weeks are for free so you can try out if Taido is what you are looking for. After the first two weeks you will need to
All the payments are made via Suomisport and more detailed instructions on how to apply the taido club membership and how to make the payments are sent by email after you have registered for the course at the first practice.
We recommend an insurance that covers martial arts related injuries for all taido practitioners! One option is to get the martial arts tailored Sporttiturva insurance when buying the license. For new beginners in autumn 2021 we recommend the Peruskurssivakuutus (25 e), which is valid until the end of 2021. You can get more info about the licenses and insurances (in Finnish) from Suomen Taido. NOTE! You are not covered by any insurance from Yliopiston Taido's side in the taido practice.
Training schedule (in Finnish)
Register to the Yliopiston Taido mailing list by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and once the subscription confirmation email arrives, confirm the subscription by replying to the message. The confirm-button in the message does not work.