高木揚心流柔体術 TAKAGIYŌSHIN-RYŪ JŪTAIJUTSUAll 85 techniques from the book “Unarmed Fighting Techniques of the Samurai” by Masaaki Hatsumi is demonstrated. Each technique is showed from different angles. There is no exact way to do any technique in the Bujinkan Dojo, there is wrong ways of doing the technique and there is several ways of doing the techniques correctly. You need to be aware of how the opponent is reacting and adjust accordingly. Bujinkan Dojo Budo Taijutsu and all the Ryuha is far from dogmatic and rigid systems. This is why every single time the technique is demonstrated it is a little different. This video was recorded from the beginning until the end of 2022 during our normal classes at Kaigozan Dojo. There is nine levels and nine video files with a total playing time of 93 minutes, Part 1 – OMOTE KATA (13 techniques) 13 min First level is unarmed grappling techniques. Part 2 – URA KATA (3 techniques) 4 min Second level is unarmed techniques from the inner side. Part 3 – ERIJIME KATA (8 techniques) 10 min Third level is strangulation or choking techniques. Part 4 – SABAKI KATA (10 techniques) 15 min Fourth level is unarmed techniques focused on moving the feet. Part 5 – TAI KATA (15 techniques) 15 min Fifth level is unarmed techniques focused on using the body. Part 6 – MUTODORI KATA (7 Techniques) 7 min Sixth level is unarmed techniques against weapons. Part 7 – DAISHOSABAKI KATA (14 techniques) 12 min Seventh level is unarmed techniques where both opponents is wearing Daisho (short and long swords). Part 8 – SHIRABE KATA (4 techniques) 6 min Eigth level is unarmed techniques in harmony with the attacks. Part 9 – MOGURI KATA (11 techniques) 11 min Ninth and last level is where you do the techniques while concealing your intentions. Check out the following links for more about Mats Hjelm and Kaigozan Dojo.
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