Re: solo training
thanks for your insigths. I do try to take some time and practice with a make-believe uke. I thinks it is worth a lot. I have a bokken ( no jo ) and did not think of practicing the only technique I've learned so far but it is a great idea. I'll learn a bokken and jo kata soon so I'll be able to practice them also.
However I don't know much about misogi . Could you refer an article, book or some exercices ?
I also try to do on myself when I get the time: ikkyo, nykkio, sankyo, etc. Any idea in tha line of thougths ?