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Old 04-04-2008, 02:30 PM   #1
Damian Gonzalez
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Nami Ryu Seminar - Encinitas CA



Samurai Martial Arts Seminar

Jujutsu and Aiki Jujutsu
With James Williams Sensei




Learn Principles and Techniques of the Legendary Samurai warriors of Ancient Japan that will add to

and enhance your martial art.




The Samurai derived their Strategy and Principles from the study of the sword. This art, Kenjutsu, formed the core
of their training and taught them the subtle and effective techniques that evolved into their jujutsu and aiki jujutsu.
In a bugei that adheres to classical principles the Omote, kenjutsu, and the Ura, jujutsu, were done in exactly the same manner.
This lead to sophisticated techniques that at the same time are simple and extremely effective. Aiki jujutsu is the most sophisticated
and effective of the Samurai empty hand arts. The Samurai were renowned for their incredible empty hand skills. These are the skills
that became the basis for the modern art of Aikido.
James Williams sensei is Kaicho of Nami ryu Aiki Heiho and the head Instructor at the Dojo of the Four Winds. With over 47 years
of experience in martial arts, James has a world wide reputation for his skill and ability in Samurai bujutsu {martial arts}.

For more information see
www.namiryu.com
Time: 9am to 4pm
Where: Dojo of the Four Winds
337 Melrose
Encinitas, Ca 92024
Contact Jim O'Connell
Dojo phone: 760 634-3465
Cell 760 445-8410

April 19th and 20th
Seminar Fee $200.00
At the Dojo of the Four Winds in Encinitas CA

Damian Gonzalez

Nami Ryu Aiki Heiho/New Jersey Branch Dojo

http://namiryu.com/
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