光輪洞合氣道是 平井稔道主於上世紀初創立。它揉合多種日本武術的傳統練習，包括體術、劍術、杖術、薙刀術等；建基於日本 柔術中的以柔制剛、以弱勝強的理論和方法。無論男女強弱均可練習。所有對日本武術傳統感到興趣，或是希望 學習自衛、認識內家武術的人士，都適合本會道場的訓練。
Hong Kong Korindo Aikido is a nonprofit community dedicated to the promotion of Korindo Aikido in Hong Kong. Korindo Aikido is a Japanese martial art which inherits traditions from several martial art schools, including taijutsu, kenjutsu, jojutsu, and other weapons. It was founded by Master Hirai Minoru some 80 years ago.
光輪洞合氣道的練習分為三部分：體捌、組型、和亂取。學員需要經過體捌練習，習慣武術動作和身體協調； 再練習前輩制訂的組形，揣摩示範動作中的攻守理念；然後在亂取中活用組型，練習間距和呼吸等。除體術外，光輪洞合氣道的學員還要練習劍、杖及其他武器的應用。 學員在取得黑帶初段之前，必須熟悉素振、基本動作、各種基本及高級的體術和武器組形，並對光輪洞合氣道有一定的認識。
Training in Korindo Aikido includes three areas: taisabaki, kumikata, and randori. Taisabaki is the training of body movement and coodination; kumikata includes attack and defence methods standardized by various masters to exemplify their principles of martial art; and randori is a free training for students to apply what they have learnt.
Aikido Class also at HKFYG, Tsuen Wan
As Korindo Aikido is very different from any other school of aikido, we expect all new comers to start as beginners -- and to wear white belts. E-mail Enquiry (Aikido)
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A special class is scheduled on every Saturday for people who wish to learn more about Chinese internal martial art. This is a class of Liu He Ba Fa (六合八法), a martial art school founded by Chen Tuan (陳摶) in the Sung Dynasty a thousand years ago. Chen Tuan is a major character in taoism history. His school has had very strong influence on Tai Chi and other taoist philosophies over the centuries. However, the martial art of LHBF has passed on exclusively among taoists who kept the art as a secret until the recent years.
Our class welcomes anyone who is interested to learn internal martial art. As powerful as any other schools, LHBF forsakes muscular strength and also sees spiritual and physical health as another objective of practising. (Thus the art is also suitable for people who do not have a strong physique.) Some resemblances might be found between LHBF and Tai Chi (and other internal schools), but understanding LHBF demands a new mindset. LHBF is far perhaps more difficult or complex; yet learners can easily be fascinated by the ingenious practicing methods and cultural legacy which, amazingly, were originated from the observation and understanding of human ergonomics and physiology by our ancient masters along a thousand-year lineage.