Is Sutemi Waza no Kata different than Tai Sabaki no Kata? Some folks in my dojo are Yoseikan people who practice that art on Saturdays and they do a long kata with, I think, nine sutemi called Tai Sabaki no Kata. Assuming that they are two different things, could you give a brief description of what each is? I DID order the book, I swear, but it hasn't arrived yet. Thanks in advance.
While Taisabaki no Kata includes some sutemi, it's by no means an all-sutemi Kata, like the Sutemi Waza no Kata.