Aikido of Houston
Welcome to our website!
Aikido of Houston is a traditional Aikido Dojo in a Japanese setting with Japanese straw mats (tatami). The size of the dojo is 33 tatami.
Our instructor is T.K. Lee, 6th Dan. Lee Sensei has been practicing Aikido since 1960. He is a direct student of Yoshimitsu Yamada Shihan, 8th Dan, chief instructor at the New York Aikikai and president of the board of directors of the United States Aikido Federation. Yamada Sensei is a direct disciple of the Founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba, making T. K. Lee a second generation direct student of our Founder.
We follow the teachings of the Ueshiba Family of Hombu Dojo at 17-18 Wakamatsu-Cho in the Shinjuku District of Tokyo, through our Sensei, Yoshimitsu Yamada.
Aikido of Houston was established in 1981. We celebrated our 30th anniversary in the same location in 2011!
If you are interested in Aikido, please feel free to call or visit our dojo.
Visitors Are Always Welcome!
T. K. Lee Sensei is the chief instructor at Aikido of Houston. He places a great deal of emphasis on basic movement with a great deal of individual attention tailored to the needs and abilities of each student.
For more information on Lee Sensei, please go to the Instructor page.
Visitors and Prospective New Students: Please call in advance if you are visiting from out of town. We are a small dojo and while that means a great deal of individual attention, it also means that sometimes scheduling issues occur (though rarely). New students can start any time, though we advise that you watch a class first.
We are located in northwest Houston between US 290 and I-45 outside of Loop 610 at the back of a small industrial park on the north side of West Little York Road just west of the railroad tracks between Bingle and Antoine.
Our address is 6304 West Little York Road, #106, Houston, Texas, 77091.