Where it all Began:-
A poster from Koichi Tohei Sensei’s first Aikido Course in the UK in 1978.
The poster is signed by
Koichi Tohei Sensei
Kenjiro Yoshigasaki Sensei
Ken Williams Sensei
among others
The photos below are from the same course.

In 1990 the Ki no Kenkyukai opened their new world headquarters in Tochigi, Japan.   Yoshigasaki Sensei was one of the Masters of Ceremony speaking in English and Italian.


In this photo are Koretoshi Maruyama Sensei, Koichi Tohei Sensei and Koichi Higashino, Ki Society Vice president.


The Photos below show the group from UK with our friend Alain from France.

A video of the occasion can be seen in the videos section.

The Inverness and Alness Clubs were founded by Sensei Dick Hynds over 40 years ago.

In April 2014 Sensei Hynds was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation from the club members.

In 2018 Sensei Lyall was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Scottish Sports Council for Services to Sport

First Summer Course, Denmark 

July 2022

Course in Inverness with Carsten Moller 

May 2022 with our friend Ozren from Croatia

Second Summer Course, Denmark 

July 2023

Inverness Course, September 2023 with Michael Holm (and with Anamaria from Croatia, Soeren from Denmark and Esa  from Finland)

Congratulations to Kamil Franskowski who passed his  First kyu Grading (examiners were Michael Holm and Glen Fraser)

Congratulations to Judy Martin who passed her Chuden examination at the Memorial Misogi Seminar held in the Alness dojo on 12 February 2022.

This is one of the first examinations conducted under the new

Ki No Kenkyukai Musubi and had been delayed by two and a half years as a result of Covid restrictions.

The examiner was Angus Lyall.

Congratulations to Shannon Kelly who passed her 5th Kyu

The examiner was Glen Fraser

Congratulations to Nathalia Sokolowska who passed her 9th Kyu grading.

The examiner was Glen Fraser

Seminar in Bunos Aires, Argentina led by Michael Holm and attended by KnKM members from two clubs in Buenos Aires, Mendosa in Argentina, Chile, Denmark and Scotland.