Hanbō Chūden no Kata, Kochō Gaeshi, Hichō no Ken, Shishi Geki, Kikusui, Kanchō, Kasumi Gake & Ude Kake

Bojutsu Martial Arts Dublin
初見先生 – 杖術

Class began with a review of the four kata of the Hanbō Chūden no Kata, relating the strikes used to basic taijutsu ashi sabaki and hanbō furi. After this we moved onto the Kochō Gaeshi and Sayugyaku, examining deftly moving into the appropriate angle and distance for the counter attack, and the using position as a shield. This was related into a similar iterations of the kodachi kata Hichō no Ken and Shishi Geki.

After a quick break we moved onto Sōjutsu Gokui Gata, looking at Kikusui and Kanchō, both relating key points in overcoming Aite’s defence. After this we practised Kasumi Gake, working on the use of kihaku and hyōshi, and Ude Kake, looking at the te sabaki and timing of the evasion.

“If the opponent can understand what it is you are doing, then it isn’t budō” – Hatsumi Sensei

****Luke Molitor Seminar September 2014****

Kukishin Ryū Bikenjutsu, Bujinkan Battōjutsu & Swordwork Fundamentals

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September 5th – 7th, Dundrum, Dublin

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