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Katori Shinto-ryu techniquesKatori Shinto-ryu is the Japanese art of fencing with weapons. On this page there is a video showing practicing with weapons by Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu school technique. More details »

Trainings in Mumonkan Aikido Club

As you know, Aikido is not just a form of martial arts. It is a philosophy which is deeply influenced by religious concepts of peace and universal harmony. As a result studying of attack as the main form of demonstration of aggression is not paid due attention to in Aikido. Thus attack in classical Aikido is not executed but only demonstrated so it looks formal and unreal.

We understand that people mainly come to the dojo to practice self-defense. So it's necessary to study what you are to defend yourself from – a real attack. Aikido is not a separately existing system, it is a synthesis of fighting systems. Nothing prevents you from studying Aikido techniques along with elements of other martial arts: Karate, Judo, Jiu-Jitsu and Aiki-Jutsu. That's why special attention at the trainings in our club is paid to practicing of striking and throwing techniques.

The trainings program includes the following:

Trainings with weapons

We also studied how to use weapons. Aikido originated in Japan – a country where people are not indifferent to weapons of all kinds. For more than five centuries in the Land of the Rising Sun there exists samurai fencing school – Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu. It is officially recognised by the government of Japan. The school teaches the art of swordsmanship, fighting with pole, bo, and naginata. Practicing Katori Shinto-ryu greatly supplements Aikido trainings. It is easily explained by the fact that many features and nuances of Aikido techniques execution become clear and obvious, when you have in your hands a thing like a bokken or a jo.

Note. It is necessary to understand, that only by means of video materials it is impossible to master Aikido independently, as far as there is no one to correct your mistakes, make the necessary adjustments in techniques, give advice and detailed explanations. Therefore, all of the videos presented here have not an educational but a demonstrative character.

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