|Oak Hills Rec Center Training Fees
The Oregon Ki Society, in collaboration with the Oak Hills Homeowners Association, has established a year-round ki and aikido program at the Oak Hills Rec Center on Wednesdays for both children and adults. Classes are offered to both Oak Hills residents and others in the regional communities.
As part of the agreement class fees will be used to cover the cost of the rental of the space and Oak Hills residents will also be provided a special discount for training.
Kids class for kids from kindie up to 6th grade is a 60 minute class starting at 3:00pm and ending at 4:00pm. Pre-K kids can attend (4+) if they are able to manage themselves pretty well.
Advanced Youth class for 6th grade and older, and up or orange belt and above is a 60 minute class starting at 4:00pm and ending at 5:00pm.
Please note: advanced kids are encouraged to train in both the 3:00pm and 4:00pm classes if their schedule allows.
* Training fees provide availability for child students to train at both the Oak Hills location on Wednesdays and at the SW dojo in Tigard on Saturday mornings.
* Training fees include a Gi and training/belt costs (for kids).
Adult Ki & Aikido for mature teens and young adults up to not-so-young adults. This is a 60 minute Ki class starting at 7:00pm and ending at 8:00pm immediately followed by a 60 aikido class starting at 8:00pm, ending at 9:00pm.
* Training fees provide availability for adult students to train at both the Oak Hills location on Wednesdays and at the SW dojo in Tigard on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday evenings and Ki class on Sunday mornings. See the main OKS website for additional class information.
Click here for the Oak Hills training schedule
Click here to get started at the Oak Hills location
Click here for more information about the training schedule and location for the SW dojo
Adult - one time initiation fee: $90
Adult - annual renewal fee: $55/yr
* Kids fees include testing, belts and Shinsakai event fees
Fees may be paid by check, cash or credit card. Checks should be made out to Oregon Ki Society. For credit card payments pick up the credit card payment from from Mark sensei before or after a class.
Payment Due Dates
Please make payments for classes within the month they are due. We are flexible on payment schedules and our goal is to never let funding prevent a person from training, so please discuss any special payment arrangements or scholarship needs with Mark sensei. We are an all-volunteer organization so we appreciate your understanding.
The Oregon Ki Society is a 501c3 non-profit organization and all of our instructors are volunteers.