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Creation Date: 02-07-2005 08:09 AM
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  #17 New 01-26-2005 12:32 PM
Yesterday's class was good. We did just two techniques for the entire class, and the second one was just an add-on to the first one. They were Ki excercises for the most part, and they felt good when I was able to flow. Then, about 5 minutes before the end of class, we did that one technique (cant remember what its called) where both aikidoka side knee to knee, and take turns grabing eachother's wrists. You are supposed to use your breathing and Ki, I think, to push them over. I absolutely cannot do this, haha, I keep using my upper body strength to do it. lol

Today in class we did some nikkyo technique when faced with a suki (spelling? Punch). And we also did some kotegoshi with this as well. All was well.

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#1 01-27-2005 09:43 AM
SeiserL Says:
Kneeling exercises are Kokyu-dosa similiar to Suwari-waza but with a greater emphasis on feeling the energy or flow. It takes a while to get the knack to get the other's balance without losing your own or using force. Rleax and breathe. You'll get it as long as you don't get too frustrated and quit training. Tsuki: straight punch. You are coming a long just fine. Enjoy the journey.

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