MAA 2019 Schedule
|17th March||National Kyu Examination I|
|29th - 31st March||Level I Coaching Course AJK||ISN|
|10th - 12th May||Hombu (Japan Aikido HQ) Shihan Seminar and PEnang Dojo 10th Anniversary|
|30th June||National Kyu Examination II|
|28th July||Yudansha (Black Belt) Examination|
|15th September||National Kyu Examination III|
|23rd - 25th August||Level II Coaching Course AJK||ISN|
|8th - 10th November||Level I Coaching Course AJK||ISN|
|15th December||National Kyu Examination IV|
Malaysia Aikido Association (MAA) origin started back from the early founding in 1975 when it was started by Michael Tham sensei in YMCA, Kuala Lumpur. In 1998, MAA was established independently by Low Sensei, Tony Sensei, Dr leong sensei and Ng sensei.
In 1999, MAA was honored to received the late Seiichi Sugano Shihan as the Master Instructor for MAA.
On 5th August 2002, MAA received official Recognition from Aikido World Headquarters (Hombu Dojo) in Japan. Subsequently MAA was accepted as an Associate Member of the Olympics Council of Malaysia and recognised as a National Sport Association within the National Sports Council.
MAA then registered on 24th June 2009 with the Sports Commission in compliance with the Sports Development Act 1997.