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Should be an interesting practice tonight. I'll be trying to go back to the doshinkan basic movements in each technique, but hopefully invigorated by the information I've gained from the last few monthes of practice with other styles. Leading up to the demo in March, I hope to have a whole new base from going deeper into the basics (once again). I've got to really try to do these movements with a whole new commitment, and connection to uke. Slowing down and paying attention to how the movement affects uke should really be the focus.