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Aikido - The Tomiki Way. Neil Saunders

Aikido - The Tomiki Way


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Aikido - The Tomiki Way Neil Saunders
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We always say these are kuzushi methods - breaking balance. Additionally, there are countless variations of aikido including Aikikai Aikido which is more circular and in my opinion much softer than both Tomiki and Yoshinkan Aikido. Lately I feel that KM has made me a bit too .. Nov 25, 2008 - Vestlandet now rooms 3 aikido dojos: for a long time only Bergen Aikido and Stavanger Aikido (now JuShinKan Aikido) were around, but this Fall, Haugesund Aikidoklubb saw the light of day. Nov 7, 2008 - For example, the 'Aikido' of my fellow disciples - Tomiki, Mochizuki, Shioda - differs from each other and from my own. People may choose the style that suit them best. Each one of us focused on what we thought most important. Jul 23, 2012 - Sato Tadayuki Sensei is one of the world's leading Shodokan aikido experts. Ha, circle jerk, i like the way you put it. Yes, this is the result of rank exchange between business associates who are busy building there little niche in the market. This newest addition to The most memorable sessions (for me): Bob Johnson (SJA) demonstrating balance-taking techniques and applications from Tomiki-style's Dai Yon Kata, emphasizing the aim of finding the similarities between styles rather than the differences. In my fifty years of Aikido Therefore, I should say every style of Aikido is good as long as they teach us to live in love and harmony (although they teach Aikido in different ways and for different good purposes). We can see in these exercises the influence of aiki age and aiki sage. Apr 25, 2012 - This is the explanation that the simplest way to remain in form is always to take part in a competitors better referred to as Tomiki Aikido. Although I trained in Yoshokai Aikido which was known as the "hard way" the lectures were mostly about only using your techniques for defense, controlling your emotions, avoiding confrontation, etc. There's no such organisation known as the "Japanese" Aikido Association, Google only results in those entries made by the claimant (no surprise there) the Japan Aikido Association (Tomiki based) has never heard of him.