Holiday Training schedule:
The Shindokan dojo will be closed Dec 22 thru Jan 1

The dojo will also be closed Saturday Dec 16 to support our instructors participating in the Black Belt exam in Hoover, Al.
All students are encouraged to attend this event.

Instructors

The Instructors of Huntsville Aikido are commited to providing the highest level of technical & practical instruction in an enviroment that is safe and conducive  for the students to learn and practice.

Chief  Instructor

Sensei Hudson Harris began studying martial arts in 1984 under Dr. Glenn Pack and Ms. Pat Saiz while at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. He earned his Shodan (first degree black belt) in Yoseikan Budo in 1991. In 1994, he trained at the Yoseikan World Headquarters in Shizuoka, Japan and was promoted to Nidan (second degree black belt) by Master Minoru Mochizuki. He earned his Sandan (third degree black belt) in 1998. Sensei Harris was promoted to Yondan (4th degree black belt ) in Sept. 2012 in Yoshinkan Aikido, receiving the title of Renshi.
He has served as Chief Instructor at Huntsville Aikido since 1995.
Sensei Mike Morris has studied martial arts since 1971.  He studied with Dr. Glenn Pack and Ms. Pat Saiz in Tuscaloosa while at the University of Alabama starting in 1981.He earned his Shodan (first degree black belt) in Yoseikan Budo in 1992.                  Sensei Morris then earned his Nidan in 1995. He is the founder and Chief Instructor of the children's program at Huntsville Aikido and an assistant instructor of the Adult classes as well.
Sensei Ernest Harris began his martial arts training in 1974.
In 2005 he focused his training on Aikido, being promoted to Shodan (1st degree black belt) in Yoseikan Budo in 2011. He was promoted to Nidan (2nd degree Black Belt) in Yoshinkan Aikido in Dec. 2013.  Sensei Ernest Harris is the founder of the Aikido Based Combative System and also helps with the teaching duties in both the Adult and children’s classes.