YUDANSHA BOOK by MATS HJELM

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YUDANSHA – BUJINKAN BLACK BELT GUIDE

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English, Perfect-bound Paperback, 184 pages richly illustrated with pictures and illustrations. (32 483 Words, 145 533 Characters)

This book is a comprehensive guide to understand the Taijutsu of the Bujinkan system as taught by Masaaki Hatsumi Soke. We have this concept of Shu-Ha-Ri which is three major processes to learn Budo. First, we learn the fundamentals, then how to break them up. Then you transcend to a state where you are totally free without even thinking of what you are doing. Needless to say, you can’t get to the last stage without knowing the first stage well. It is said that you should study each level for at least 10 years. This book is all about the first stage we call Shu. It is further divided into three levels.

  • 天略の巻 TEN RYAKU NO MAKI (The scroll of Heaven)
  • 地略の巻 CHI RYAKU NO MAKI (The scroll of Earth)
  • 人略の巻 JIN RYAKU NO MAKI (The scroll of Man)

About the Author: Mats have been training Bujinkan Budo-taijutsu since the early 1980’s. He travelled all around the world to train and teach Bujinkan Budo-taijutsu. http://YudanshaBook.com

Print details: 8.26″ x 11.69″ (EU Standard A4), perfect binding, white interior paper (60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (90# weight), full-color exterior ink.

Kaigozan Spring Seminar with Sveneric & Dean

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Hello.

If you want to attend this seminar you must sign up on the website now before Sunday 13’th.
http://kaigozan.se/seminarier/

If you don’t sign up now you should read my ranting below. I will have no tolerance for people not showing me respect for organising a seminar by following my simple requests…

More than two weeks ago I wrote on Facebook and Twitter that I needed x amount of people signed up for the seminar to decide if I need to rent a bigger dojo before yesterday. I thought I’ll use this news list and extend the time to this Sunday evening.

If you are interested to attend this seminar I want to know now, you need to sign up on the web site (I don’t accept sign ups by email, Facebook etc, only from the web site form). And you need to do it before Sunday to be guaranteed a place at the seminar.

If I don’t get more than 33 people by Sunday evening I will not be able to book a bigger dojo and accept more participants.

You need to understand that I’m taking the financial risks. The instructors will get paid from my own pocket if I can’t get exactly 33 paying members. And we can’t squeeze in more people in the dojo, it wouldn’t be fair to the people that did what I asked and signed up early.

If you decide you want to attend late we might have filled up all places because I didn’t book a bigger dojo. If you’re high ranking or friend doesn’t matter you caused me problems. If you come unannounced and expect to be welcome you take things for granted. You could stand there and cry, but it doesn’t help the situation. If the seminar is in my dojo we have limited places, and there will be no special treatments.

I’ve seen this trend more and more the past 20 years. The first seminars I organised we had ~50 people signed up three months ahead, ~10 more signed up late. Now it is the opposite which makes it difficult to plan things, and we need to change this trend back.

I know there are those who can’t decide until last week, it is the same for me sometimes. But if it is a seminar I really want to go to, I sign up immediately and make sure I can attend. The art of planning and commitment seems to be disappearing.

Sometimes I can’t decide until the last week, then I’ll check to see if I would be welcome. If not I wouldn’t blame the organisers or cry about it.

Alright sorry for ranting but I don’t think everybody understand or take things for granted. If I get enough people that it would pay the extra rent for a bigger dojo I have no problems, this time.

If I rent a bigger dojo we can accept up to ~70 people. I kinda promised free beer if there is more than 50 people.

Again please sign up now!
http://kaigozan.se/seminarier/

Happy trainings!

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Keiko#24 KIMENBUSSHIN (Taijutsu, Kenjutsu, Nawajutsu) with MATS HJELM & KENT T

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100 minutes, 1 Gb for $19.99
(H.264, 400p)
Available as download or DVD

In this video Mats and Kent taught many basic and advanced techniques they did in Japan during January 2009. Taihenjutsu-ukemi unarmed and with a rokushaku-bo (long staff). Taijutsu techniques, and also taijutsu techniques using a rope. And some kenjutsu, sword training.

Title: Keiko24 – Mats Hjelm & Kent T – Taijutsu-Kenjutsu-Nawajutsu (Kimenbusshin)
Instructors: Mats Hjelm & Kent T
Theme: Taijutsu, Kenjutsu, Nawajutsu
Recorded: Recorded in Stockholm February 7-8th 2009 The instruction is in English!
105 Minutes playing time.

Shortly after their Japan trip this year training with Soke and the Shihan, they held this seminar. In this video many basic and advanced techniques is shown.
* Taihenjutsu-ukemi, rolling with or without weapon
* Kenjutsu, sword techniques
* Nawajutsu, using the rope to entangle the opponent

Who is Mats Hjelm

Mats Hjelm started training in Bujinkan for the first time around 1983, but it wasn’t until 1986 he had the opportunity to start training more seriously under a Shidôshi. He met Hatsumi Sôke for the first time in 1988. He attends around 20 seminars, go to Japan 2-3 times every year. Since he started training he never had a training break. He takes his budo training very seriously!

Kent T has been practing Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu for 20 years and is one of the main instructors at Kaigozan Dojo in Stockholm.

If you want to sponsor a seminar or course, please don’t hesitate to contact him. For more information see his web site http://www.kesshi.com

kgz#01 KAIGOZAN DOJO 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY SEMINAR

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130 minutes, 1.3 Gb for $19.99
(H.264, 400p)

NOTE: All instructions is in Swedish, there is no subtitles on this movie

I oktober 1990 skrev vi på kontraktet för lokalen på Albygatan 117 i Sundbyberg. Femton år senare firar vi jubileum, vi bjöd in några gamla instruktörer och elever för att fira detta med ett träningsläger.

Mats Hjelm – Shidôshi 13 Dan (huvudinstruktör i Kaigozan sedan starten 1990), lärde ut de nio bôjutsu teknikerna från Kukishin-ryû shoden kata, och lite knivförsvar.

Christian Spicker – Shidôshi 9 Dan (huvudinstruktör i Kaigozan ca 1990-1994), nyligen hemkommen från Japan lärde ut bôjutsu, Gyokko-ryû kosshijutsu (Taijutsu).

Hans Nilsson – Shidôshi 9 Dan (huvudinstruktör i Kaigozan ca 1994-2002), körde olika sparringsövningar, mattbrottning, svärdsträning och taijutsu.

Dick Bergström – Shidôshi 5 Dan (en av Kaigozans första elever), också nyligen hemkommen från Japan visade lite tekniker och feeling från träningarna där.

Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden October 2005

Klubbläger med Kent T – 5:e Maj

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Kaigozan Dojo har under terminen byggt om shomen. Nu när den är färdig vill vi fira detta med en dags träning. På kvällen blir det samkväm och filmvisning.

Instruktör: Kent T, nyss hemkommen från Japan

Pris: 300 kronor, kan betalas på plats

När: Lördag 5:e maj, 10.00 – 18.00 (och senare om du deltar på kvällen)

Var: Kaigozan Dojo, Albygatan 117, Sundbyberg

För frågor kontakta Johan Björklund