Aikijukado Martial Arts

Traditional and Modern Day Self Defense Systems


Aikijukado is a Mixed Martial Arts System based off various styles of traditional and non-traditional Eastern and Western styles of combat.  It is primarily a combination of Aikido, Jujutsu, Karate, Tang Soo Do, Western Boxing and North and South American weapon techniques.

No contracts required!

Strength - Endurance- Wisdom
Consideration- Patience- Forgiveness

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We love Sensei Tom. His patience and enthusiasm has helped our son achieve a new level of confidence and discipline. Thanks

- Lisa K.

My child was struggling in school. His motivation was gone and resisted going to school every morning. He was becoming depressed and his teacher had no idea how to deal with the situation. After attending  for one month, my son is now exhibiting self-discipline, motivation, and a renewed sense of self-esteem. His behavior and grades have improved significantly. Thanks
- Bill J.

Aikijukado has helped me become physically fit for the first time in my life. I was having health problems until starting at my training. I am now healthy, fit, and on my way to a brown belt. Thanks for everything!

- Mary K.


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About the Grandmaster-

Grandmaster Tom (aka Sensei Tom) has been a practitioner of armed and unarmed combat for most of his life.  whether is has been as a street fighter, a tournament competitor, or a teacher, his last 33 years has been dedicated to the art of combat. 

"What makes me different than most teachers is that I spent a lot less time learning how to be successful with rules of the tournament and more time learning to survive real life confrontations.  Does that make me better?  No, it just makes my teaching style and my techniques different.  Does it mean we have the best system?  Every teacher believes they have the best system or they wouldn't teach it.  What makes our system better than so many others I've seen and studied is that we are always evolving, always seeking better ways to eliminate our opponents and more effective ways to deliver our techniques"