|Date founded||May 9, 1996|
|Current head||Koretoshi Maruyama|
|Ancestor schools||Aikikai, Ki-Aikido|
Aikido Yuishinkai (Japanese: 合氣道唯心会) is a style of aikido founded in 1996 by former Aikikai instructor and Ki no Kenkyukai President and Chief instructor Koretoshi Maruyama. Aikido Yuishinkai has many dojo operating in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, the Philippines, Argentina, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Norway and the United States. He was a personal student of the founder of Aikido Morihei Ueshiba, 4th generation receiving a 6th dan and today travels the world giving seminars The school focuses on 5 levels of aikido technique and is influenced by the Daito Ryu and Shinkage-ryū sword style. The organisation was led internationally by Michael Williams until his retirement in 2012 and consists of many former Ki Society dojo
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