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Old 05-16-2017, 05:57 PM   #1
Cady Goldfield
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Highlights From Hontai Hakkei Ryu Aikijujutsu Training Retreat

Here's a link to a video from Salahuddin Muhammad (generational gatekeeper of Hontai Hakkei Ryu Aikijujutsu) with nearly a half-hour of highlights from a recent intensive training retreat for some of his students from Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston.

There's a sampler of aiki myoden in this clip, including a fun segment where several strong, well-rooted students of Chinese internal martial arts get to feel a bit of HHR-AJJ aiki.

Every method and concept presented is Hontai Hakkei Ryu Aikijujutsu, which presents a comprehensive study of aikijujutsu without using catagorized or compartmentalized thinking. Beyond what is demonstrated in this video (including aiki myoden), the greater kyoka (curriculum) of the art encompasses mokuroku, genri (principles), tanrenho (special exercises for structural development), heigo (a full lexicon for transmitting the material clearly and effectively), bukiho (weapons), ne waza (a full grappling curriculum), anma and shiatsu (under seiho).

Enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMEMNP2SrBQ

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