Kyudo practices with the West of Scotland Kyudo Society have resumed on 25 July 2021 and attendance has been restricted to experienced members only. While we are not taking beginners at this time, we encourage interested beginners to contact us for information about arranging to observe Kyudo in future. Email queries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The West of Scotland Kyudo Society holds practices in Prestwick, Scotland. It is the intention of the Society for all members to practise formal shooting at mato (targets) at least once per month.
- Prestwick Academy, Games Hall in Prestwick, Scotland
Prestwick Academy is a 10-15 minute walk from Prestwick Town railway station and is also easily accessible by bus. We are able to practise formal shooting at distances up to 28 metres on mato (targets) and makiwara (straw practice targets).
Who can practise kyudo?
Kyudo can be practised by men and women, young and old alike. Kyudo practitioners with the West of Scotland Kyudo Society must be aged 18 years or older.
People interested in Kyudo / Beginners
While we are not taking beginners at this time, we encourage interested beginners to contact us for information about arranging to observe Kyudo in future. Email queries can be sent to email@example.com.
Our beginners intakes are usually in September and January. Beginners are welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to first observe a practice in Prestwick and to discuss Kyudo.
For further instruction and grading opportunities, travel outside of Scotland will be required.
Main dojo address – Prestwick Academy in Prestwick: