About OMMA Budo

OMMA Budo Gyokunenkan Aikido in Perth Western Australia.

We teach skills that can be used both on and off the mat with an emphasis on personal development without ego or aggression.

Our easy to learn system incorporates striking, throwing, grappling, safe falling and traditional weapons, incorporating over 50 years of experience our instructors have gained in Gyokushin Ryu Aikido, Judo, Karate, and Boxing.

Our friendly and trained instructors will guide you through every step of your journey, and you will also have opportunities to experience other styles when we host guest instructors from other styles and schools.

Gyokushin Ryu Aikido
Gyokushinryu Karate
Gyokushinryu Judo
Gyokushin Ryu Kenjitsu





Founded by UESHIBA Morihei, Aikido as a martial art is a highly refined self defence system that stipulates that the aggressor is kept under control without physical or mental injury. Aikido is appropriate for those who are concerned with the legal and ethical implications of self defence.

The principles, philosophies and techniques of aikido represent the core of Gyokushin Ryu.

Karate, the “way of the empty hand”, involves striking points of the human anatomy.

Due to the inherent implications of teaching these techniques, karate is taught as a complimentary art to students who show maturity and have reached the intermediate level.

Founded by KANO Jigoro, Judo is a modern form of Jujutsu, founded in 1882, whose dangerous techniques were eliminated or modified. Judo is a safe and enjoyable art that uses standing projections techniques as well as chokes, arm locks and ground controls.

Judo suits the needs of children as it is a great form of physical activity. It involves the integration of ethical guidelines with the practice of sporting techniques.

The art of manipulating the katana (japanese sword), has its origins with samurai warriors of the Japanese feudal era.

While putting emphasis on precision, timing and footwork, Kenjutsu provides advanced students a technical and historical perspective on the origin and logic of many fundamental aikido techniques.


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