In Memory of Martin Büttner

It is with much sadness that we learned of the passing last week of one of the founder members of Kolbermoor Aikido: Martin Büttner. As a student here, Martin was a firm supporter of the club and active both as trainee and socially for over five years. He will be sadly missed and we extend our deepest sympathy to his family and loved ones.

Nik & Brigitte Doyle for Kolbermoor Aikido


Training resumption Sunday 21 June, 1000 – 1200

We start normal Sunday training again in the Turneralm, 21 June at 1000.
Please note the following hygiene regulations:
– we can train without masks, so long as the 1.5m distance is kept, so should be no problem with weapons.
– anybody who for their own security wants to wear a mask, no problem
– masks need to be worn for entering and leaving the Spiegalsaal and for the toilets
– showers and changing rooms remain closed, so please arrive in uniform.  Hakama put on in the Spiegalsaal observing distance restriction.
– to start with we can only train for up to 1 hour, then 20 minute airing. So 45-20-45 pattern.
– where possible use your own weapons, communal weapons must be disinfected
– hand hygiene observed, naturally
– anybody feeling ill (cough/fever etc) or in contact/quarantine please do not come to training
– so long as minimum distance can be observed up to 20 people per session can train
– We need to maintain attendee lists with contact details.
Further sessions: we are still waiting for confirmation on times/availability for the Maraissaal which will be posted once we know details.

Training Resumption!

The Sportsverein is preparing to resume training from next week.

Since the fire brigade gymnasium is no longer available, our times have changed:

Sunday, 10 a.m. Turneralm (as always)

Monday and Tuesday evening in the Mareissaal (same building as Milano)

We will post exact times and hygiene rules at the weekend.

Good news: as long as we keep the minimum distance, we can train without mouth and nose protection. These only have to be worn before entering and leaving the training room.
If you prefer, you can of course!

So – dust your Gi and polish your swords. We look forward to seeing you!