TORIDE KIHON GOHO with MATS HJELM

KosshiKihonSanpoThis is Kihon Happo part 2 of 2. Mats show the basic techniques. Each technique have two ura-waza and many henka. Included is for example Oni-kudaki, Muso-dori, Ō-gyaku and more as ura-waza techniques on this video.

Note: The instructions is in Swedish, with subtitled comments by the instructor in English.

KIHON HAPPO -- TORIDE KIHON GOHO

Kihon happo is the most fundamental and basic techniques in the Bujinkan system. It is divided into KOSSHI KIHON SANPO and TORIDE KIHON GOHOU. On this video the following techniques from TORIDE KIHON GOHO is performed…

42 minutes, 290 Mb for $10.99

1. OMOTE KOTE GYAKU DORI DAOSHI
HENKA
URA WAZA 1
URA WAZA 2

2. OMOTE KOTE GYAKU KEN SABAKI KATA
HENKA
URA WAZA 1
URA WAZA 2

3. URA KOTE GYAKU DORI DAOSHI
HENKA
URA WAZA 1
URA WAZA 2

4. UDE JIME ASHI ORI KATA (MUSHA DORI)
HENKA
URA WAZA 1
URA WAZA 2

5. GANSEKI NAGE
HENKA
URA WAZA 1
URA WAZA 2

NOTE! This video together with the KOSSHI KIHON SANPO is also available as a DVD at the BUDOSHOP.SE/store.

Sample video

Note: The techniques is from part 1 (Kosshi Kihon Sanpo)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=vi9dmV-2R_4

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HANBOJUTSU and TAIJUTSU with MATS HJELM

Click here to buy the DVDThis video contains Taijutsu techniques with variations including the Hanbo (short staff). Also Hanbojutsu basics with Taijutsu applications. You can see how similar the Taijutsu techniques can be done with a weapon, and how easy it is to do a weapon technique without a weapon. This seminar was filmed shortly after Mats Hjelm’s second Japan trip this year training with Soke and the Shihan.

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70 minutes, 462 Mb for $8.99

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Title: Keiko27 – Mats Hjelm – Taijutsu and Hanbojutsu
Instructors: Mats Hjelm Theme: Taijutsu and Hanbojutsu (Japan kanjou)
Recorded: Recorded in Stockholm June 27′th 2009
Language: The instruction is in Swedish!
Format: h.264 (480 × 272), AAC. 70 minutes.

About the instructor

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

Pictures from the seminar

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神傳不動流 Shindenfudō-ryū

神傳不動流打拳体術 SHINDENFUDŌ-RYŪ DAKEN TAIJUTSU

神 SHIN, JIN, kami : gods, mind, soul
伝 DEN, TEN, tsuta : summon, propagate, transmit
傳 FU, BU : negative, non-, bad, ugly, clumsy
動 DŌ, ugo : move, motion, change, confusion, shift, shake
流 RYŪ, RU, nagare : current, a sink, flow, forfeit
打 DA, DASU : strike, hit, knock, pound, dozen
拳 KEN, GEN, kobushi : fist
体 TAI, TEI, karada : body, substance, object, reality
術 JUTSU, sube : art, technique, skill, means, trick, resources, magic

神傳不動流 Shindenfudō-ryū (the immovable transmissions by the gods) was founded by 源八郎為義 Minamoto Hachirō Tameyoshi in the Hogen Era (1156). The system has its origin from Kosshijutsu that came to Japan with Ikai and later transmitted to 出雲冠者義照 Izumo Kanja Yoshiteru in the Yeikyu Era (1113).

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Review; Ninjutsu Shinken kata seminar with Dean Rostohar

CIMG1276In September 2009 Bujinkan Kaigōzan dōjō SSIF in Stockholm, Sweden hosted a seminar with Dean Rostohar, Shihan from Bujinkan Croatia.

First I would like to say thanks to Dean Rostohar for coming to us once again, this was the 4′th time we had him over here. Also special thanks to Davor, Hana and Ivica who travelled by car all the way from Croatia just to come here to train and assist their own teacher! Also big thanks to René coming from the Netherlands and Jukka coming from Finland. Also thanks to Tony for helping with transportation and stuff, and Johan for taking pictures and filming the seminar. Finally also thanks to the participants from Kaigozan Dojo, To Nan dojo, Solstaden Karlstad, Eskilstuna Bujinkan, Örebro Kampsportsförening and Berserk MMA.

This was a very good seminar where Dean taught and showed us many, many good and useful techniques and examples from his personal experience. First I felt quite ashamed that I couldn’t get more people interested enough to show up on the seminar. Then I felt pity for the fools that missed the chance to get really good training, what did you do this weekend that was so important? Seriously, I don’t want to hear all bad excuses, let’s leave it at that I’m sure you can convince me you had good reasons ;-) .

CIMG1189As always Dean teach from his big heart, you who have been to his trainings know what I mean. The first day he did techniques based on the first technique Ichimonji from Kihon happo kata. But it was different than what he showed before, more realistic and useful. Although he never said that the basics is bad to know or practice, but the basics is basics to teach students a foundation to build up on. When you know the basics well you combine each basic movement to the situation, and it comes alive. You do what you have to do to benefit from the situation. He showed many different taijutsu techniques this weekend.

In the afternoon training Dean and his students from Croatia showed many interesting techniques and team tactics how to work in a group, everything from quickly climbing up over a wall, or in to a window. How to take out a guard and many other examples how to work as a team.

The second day Davor started by showing and teaching his excellent taihenjutsu skills, he did some of the best taihenjutsu moves I have ever seen. He was rolling smoothly and silently like a cat moves, very nice! Then Dean taught more taijutsu techniques from Kihon-happo. Then later on he showed us how to train up the sensitivity, and then he moved on to some sword techniques. Finally he showed and explained to us how to train while blindfolded.

CIMG1049The KGZ BUDO SHOP have many DVD’s with Dean Rostohar. This seminar DVD will be available for order in October 2009, shortly after there will be three more DVD’s with Dean released at KGZ BUDO SHOP. Here is a direct link to the Shinken Kata videos… https://www.budoshop.se/store/videos/dvd-bujinkan-budo-taijutsu/shinken-kata

Happy training!
Mats Hjelm (seminar organizer, dojo-cho at Kaigozan Dojo)

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緊縛 Year of the rope

The theme of this year is the rope. The rope can be used to describe many things…

The rope is flexible, it has no static form. It change form depending on circumstances. We should strive to be the same in our Taijutsu.

The rope can tie your weapons together, it can hold things together. When you use the rope for tying things together you should make the knot very easy to release, in a way that you quickly can release everything and free the rope. In Taijutsu, use the same principle. You can tie the opponent up, but you should be able to quickly get free. For example the ever so popular jujidori armlock from judo and MMA cage fighting is not it.

The rope can be used as a net, or linked to many things. Like the synapses in your brain, or cables between the internet routers. If you need to use a weapon in Taijutsu you know how to get it and use it without thinking. Because you already made a whole system where everything is the same. You don’t need to think because everything is already linked by the synapses.

Also you can psychologically tie up your opponent in Taijutsu as if you really had a rope in your hands. If you belive it strongly, do it as if you had an invisible rope. The opponent might feel trapped and confused… maybe!