Aikido Shudokan Malaysia International Gasshuku 2017


We are proud to announce the upcoming Aikido Shudokan Malaysia International Gasshuku 2017, which features the most sought worldwide Yoshinkan Aikido instructor Joe Thambu Shihan (8th Dan), accompany by Pawel Felisiak Sensei (5th Dan), Mark Hadiarja Sensei (5th Dan) and our very own Ramlan Ortega Sensei (5th Dan).

All aikidokas regardless styles of Aikido are welcome to join us.

Registration Deadline:
Deadline to register is by June 30th and payment to be made before July 31st 2017.

Seminar Venue :
Eagle Ranch Resort Port Dickson
Lot 544, Batu 14, Jalan Pantai, 71250, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan

Seminar Fee for International participant :
A : Full package : 4 Days 3 Nites

(i) USD$295 (RM1,300.00) – Single Occupancy
(ii) USD$230 (RM1,020.00)– Twin Sharing/person
(iii) USD$210 (RM935.00) – Dormitory
(Package includes: Training fees / 3 nites accommodation / 3 bfast / 2 lunches / 1 BBQ Farewell Dinner)

B: Spouse / Extra Person

(i) USD$150 (RM670.00) – Twin Sharing/person

(ii) USD$135 (RM585.00) – Dormitory

(Package includes: 3 nites accommodation / 3 bfast / 2 lunches / 1 BBQ Farewell Dinner)
Payment Information:
Bank : OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad
Account No : 790 10 110 34
Account Name : Aikido Shudokan
Swift Code : OCBCMYKL

** when making TT / bank transfer, all bank charges, should be borne by the sender’s account.

Please email a copy of your payment advice to

Contact person
For any information regarding the registration of seminar, please contact Kelvin Kong Sensei at +65 9771 3013 /

Ramlan Ortega Sensei Interviewed by Aiki Insights


Our chief instructor, Ramlan Ortega Sensei was recently interviewed by Marvin Oka of Aiki Insights ( at the Aikido Shudokan Heidelberg dojo.

Aiki Insights is a student support service and resource library for students of Aikido, offering in-depth interviews with renown Aikido Sensei around the world designed to deepen the understanding of Aikido. Please subscribe to the website to gain access to these interviews!

Grading Results – 9th April 2017



  1. Suresh Lee Krishnamoorthy


JUNIOR 5th Kyu (Orange Belt)

  1. Rachel Tan – Credit
  2. Lewy Wong – Credit
  3. Isabella Chow – Credit


SENIOR 6th Kyu (Yellow Belt)

  1. Shawn Wong – Pass
  2. Chris Kong – Pass
  3. Tetsutaro Morizumi – Pass


SENIOR 5th Kyu (Green Belt)

  1. Chew Yee Kiat – Pass


SENIOR 3rd Kyu (Brown Belt)

  1. Felix Lim – Pass


SENIOR 2nd Kyu (Brown Belt)

  1. Matthias Hillner – Pass

Graded By :
Ramlan Ortega Sensei

2-day Aiki Clinic with Joe Thambu Shihan


Aikido Shudokan Singapore is proud to have one of world's most renown teachers of Yoshinkan Aikido, Joe Thambu Shihan (8th Dan), back with us for a two-day aiki-clinic.

The clinic will be held at our premises in Jagsport Budo Academy on the following dates and times

Sunday, 22nd January 2017 from 5pm to 7pm
Monday, 23nd January 2017 from 8:30pm to 10pm

The clinic is not limited to Yoshinkan and is open to all aikidoka regardless of style. Attractively priced at $30/- for a single day and $50/- for both days, please contact us now to reserve your space today!

Joe Thambu Shihan is the founder of Aikido Shudokan Australia and Head of the Aikido Shudokan schools worldwide. Having been a practitioner of Aikido for 45 years in 2017, Thambu Shihan has been instrumental in the propagation of Aikido all over the world, from Southeast Asia to Europe and the United States. With his vast knowledge and experience in the Aikido, coupled with his background in the security industry, Thambu Shihan remains of the most highly sought after instructors of Yoshinkan Aikido in the world today.

Aiki Kids Open House 2016


We are having our first ever Aiki Kids Open House 2016 taking place at 4:00 pm on Sunday, 4 December 2016 at our dojo. This event is free of charge and open to the public.

Here at Aikido Shudokan Singapore, we teach yoshinkan aikido which is a Japanese martial art originating in the 9th century. 

Currently, our kids are aged between 5 years to 12 years old. In class we teach them the importance of discipline, focus and integrity through formal etiquette. Technical abilities are trained in the form of effective breakfalls, rolls and cartwheels, while basic motor coordination is improved via the use of set techniques. To round off the programme, an extensive array of physical conditioning and games utilizing the basic principles of yoshinkan are played with the aim of keeping classes fun and interesting.

More information will follow in the weeks to come. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact us for any queries. We hope to see you there!