Membership at a traditional martial arts school is more than standard gym membership. Students develop a relationship with instructors and fellow students, becoming a part of a community… and that community of junior and senior training partners is what makes training possible. Membership dues are one way we contribute to maintaining that shared community of practice.
*Aikido adults and children pay a one-time $35 registration fee to join.
Adult Aikido Dues
One month: $80
Three Months: $225 $75/mo. (Saves $15)
Six Months: $425 $70.84/mo. (Saves $55)
4-mo. Beginner special: $295 Includes uniform
Expense Sharing Couples Rate (one payment received for both)
One Month: $150 $75/person/mo. (Saves $10)
Three Month: $420 $70/person/mo. (Saves $30)
Six Month: $820 $68.34/person/mo. (Saves $80)
Children’s Aikido Dues
Children’s dues are paid by the traditional school year semester. Enrollment is ongoing. If children join after the beginning of a term, the term is prorated. Fall dues cover a September through mid-December (3.5 months). Spring dues cover January though mid-May (4.5 months). We often have a 10-week Summer session.
Single trial class $15 – can be applied to semester total within 2 weeks of 1st class.
Semester in two-payment option: Adds charge to each half. Payments are due first week of September and first week in October.
Sibling discount: Full price for the first child, $25 off semester price for each additional child in the family.
Semester rate payments are due the first week of the new semester.
Tai Chi Dues
10 classes: $100
Tai Chi for Health Sundays weekly: 5 class card good for 2 months- $62.50
Dues are due on the first week of the month. Dues paid after the 7th day of the month will incur a late fee of $10. Dues can be mailed or dropped off at the Hillsborough dojo address. Leaves of absence should be arranged in advance with the chief instructor.
It is a good idea to go to the contact us page and sign up on our mailing list for last-minute notices about schedule changes (like weather and holiday closings), seminars, and news from the dojo.