Dojo @ Woodlands CC

1, Woodlands Street 81, #03-03, Singapore 738526.
Tel: 6368-9938/Fax: 6369-6295.

Training Room: Dance Studio 2, Level 3
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Razali Hussein Sensei, current Dojocho for Woodlands CC, is a family man with 3 children whose interest is staying fit and healthy. He is friendly in nature and approachable. In 1980-87, he was trained in Shitoryu Karate before he joined Ki-Aikido Singapore in 1992 to study under Francis Chong Sensei, Chief Instructor for Ki-Aikido Singapore, and since then he has never looked back.

Hussein Sensei, also had attended various Ki-Aikido workshops conducted by the late Iwao Tamura Sensei and Taketoshi Kataoka Sensei, in the early years of Ki-Aikido Singapore. In 2000, he shouldered more responsibility to oversee all training in Singapore while CI, ACI and other Instructors were attending the World Camp World Camp in Ki Society H.Q. Tochigi-Ken, Japan.

Along with Francis Chong Sensei, Alice Sensei and a few others, he was actively involved in setting up training venue at Changi Simei CC and Woodlands CC. He is very engaged in Shin Shin Toitsu Do.

Currently because of personal matters, Razali Hussein Sensei has entrusted the training of Shin Shin Toitsu Do and Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido to his assistants, Teo Sieh Eing Sensei and Tan Swee Kiang Sensei.


Adult Class: 12 years old and above
Children Class: Nil

Thurs, 8.00 – 9.30pm (Advance)
Sun, 7.30 – 8.45pm (Beginners)
Sun, 8.30 – 9.45pm (Intermediate)

Frequency: 1 session once a week, except Public Holidays and Eve of Public Holidays

S$120 for 12 sessions (Passion Member)
S$126 for 12 sessions (non-Passion Member)

Trainer’s No: 9844-8923 (Tan Swee Kiang Sensei)

MARCH 2013 – Demostration

AUGUST 2012 – Training

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- Kyu Levels practising

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- Razali Hussein Sensei giving some pointers.



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