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Kaabigang Dueg Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 08-11-2006 02:37 PM
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Entries for the Month of September 2006

In General Seminar with HIroaki Kobayashi Sensei, 6th Dan Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #3 New 09-11-2006 01:50 PM
Last Saturday I attended a seminar held at the University of Bath, featuring Hiroaki Kobayashi Sensei, 6th Dan Aikikai. Hiroaki Sensei is the son of Yasuo Kobayashi Shihan 8th Dan, and Fuku Dojocho of the Kobasyashi Dojos. The Kobayashi "style" of taijutsu seems to be very orthodox, heavily influenced by Kisshomaru Doshu and Moriteru Doshu. It is powerful, positive and flowing, yet relaxed.
The buki-waza are derived from the Iwama buki-waza of Morihiro Saito Sensei, with the suburi arranged in a logical and easy to learn manner. Also, the techniques are practiced on both left and right sides.
The first session was concentrated on techniques from gyaku-hanmi katatetori. Iriminage, but the opening move was similar to katatetori ikkyo. After picking up the hand, tori moves behind uke and instead of grasping the elbow for ikkyo, grabs uke's neck and does tenkan, before moving in for iriminage.
Next was nikkyo, omote and ura, then shihonage, omote and ura.
The next technique was kote-gaeshi from katatetori using a gyaku kotegaeshi grip.
Then everyone formed groups for zempo ukemi practice with kotegaeshi.
After a break came a session with the jo. Hiroaki Sensei gave a short refresher to those who were not yet familiar with jo techniques. Choku tsuki, kaeshi tsuki, jodan gaeshi, shomen uchi, gedan gaeshi and ushiro tsuki wer all covered. Hiroaki Sensei then taught a short 4 count suburi and awase. He then moved to each of the 8 jo awase.
During awase practice, one of my par ...More Read More
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