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Class UCLA

Class UCLA


Mindful Awareness Practices are the signature educational programs of the Mindful Awareness Research Center. These six-week class series are open to the public and to all UCLA staff, faculty, and students. The classes lay the foundation for students to understand basic principles of mindfulness, develop a personal meditation practice, and to apply the principles in their daily…


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How to spell Jujitsu?

How to spell Jujitsu?


Arguably, Jujutsu is the most frequently misspelled word in the martial arts. The words used, vary from Ju to Jiu or Jiuy, and the spelling of jutsu is commonly spelled jitsu. The non-Japanese speakers use these words interchangeably regardless of the spelling; Ju meaning gentle, pliable, yielding, flexible, etc. and jutsu meaning art, techniques, or science. Historically…


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Sosuishi Ryu Ju-Jutsu

Sosuishi Ryu Ju-Jutsu


By simply searching the internet, you can find countless descriptions of judo, it’s origin, and philosophy. is a good reference for the basic concept of judo. Below are some of the key concepts from that and other sources. Judo (, jūdō , meaning “gentle way”) is primarily an empty handed Japanese martial art. Judo is a Japanese martial art, a style of Jujutsu, originally the…


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Holiday Park Fort Lauderdale Florida


Everglades Airboat Tours, Gator Shows, Everglades Boat Ride Rentals & More! Welcome to Everglades Holiday Park! Climb aboard one of our state-of-the-art vessels for an unforgettable Everglades airboat ride, then take in a live alligator presentation featuring the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue in our world famous Gator Pit! Florida Everglades Airboat Ride - Exciting, Entertaining…


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Fusen Ryu Jujutsu

Fusen Ryu Jujutsu


The relationships between judo, Kosen judo, various traditional Japanese jujutsu ryu, groundwork (newaza), the nature of challenge matches during that period in Japan, and pinning a style on a given grappling expert during that period in Japan are all very complicated and deeply interconnected. In my view, if we are to develop an understanding of this history, we must do so…


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Founder of Jujitsu

Founder of Jujitsu


8th Dan Founder Ryoju Sen Tanto Jutsu Kyoshi Len Seymour, 8th Degree black belt in karate has over 50 years’ experience in the martial arts. Born in Montana in 1949, he became interested in wrestling and martial arts at an early age. He started his karate training in 1962 in Tang Soo Do at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls Montana. In 1966 he moved to San Diego California…


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Iaido Atlanta

Iaido Atlanta


Hi! I m not really sure about Dogwood Aikikai. There is also a Buddhist Temple in Atlanta which claims to teach Iaido. I believe that Shinkendo (Obata Toshishiro) also has a presence in the Atlanta area. I know that at UGA in Athens there is a koryu group which studies Kashima Shinryu. Dr. Karl Friday is a member of the Kashima Shinryu, I m sure he teaches with this group…


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STA Cruz North

STA Cruz North


Santa Cruz North/Costanoa KOA is an eco-adventure resort designed to encourage guests to explore the stunning beauty of the protected California coastline. This KOA creates many opportunities to retreat from the chaos of everyday life through hiking, mountain biking, music, art exhibits, kayaking, spa treatments and other activities. The campground strives to develop programs…


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Karate Sport

Karate Sport


Martial Arts, in general, is an artistic presentation of physical and emotional exercise, whose secondary by product is skill in self-defense. The primary result of Martial Arts training is physical fitness, emotional maturity, and an appreciation for the safety and development of others and community. Sport Karate is a modern phenomenon that encapsulates the primary result…


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Where did Jujitsu originate from?

Where did Jujitsu originate from?


Early Depiction of Grappling As to the origin and native land of Ju Jutsu, there are several opinions, but they are found to be mere assumptions based on narratives relating to the founding of certain schools, or some incidental records or illustrations found in the ancient manuscripts not only in Japan but in China, Persia, Germany, and Egypt. There is no record by which…


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Jujutsu Kanji

Jujutsu Kanji


They are the same thing. It s only a matter of romanization (spelling japanese words using roman letters). As to how it is written, it all comes down to how the names were romanized. The most popular systems used today are probably the Hepburn system, the Nihon-Shiki system or the Kunrei-Shiki system. Of those, the Nihon-Shiki system is the oldest, created in 1885 by a japanese…


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Hiroshi Ikeda Shihan

Hiroshi Ikeda Shihan


Aikido works. If your aikido doesn t. Don t confuse the two. - Hiroshi Ikeda Hiroshi Ikeda Sensei is the founder and Chief Instructor of Boulder Aikikai, a non-profit school of aikido in Boulder, Colorado, USA. He currently holds the rank of nanadan (7th Dan) through Mitsugi Saotome Shihan and the Aikido World Headquarters (Hombu Dojo), Tokyo, Japan. Ikeda Sensei began his…


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JUDO More than Sport

JUDO More than Sport


The individual contests have come to an end in the Balaton Kozpont Sport Arena at the Veteran European Championships with the hosting nation celebrating an additional six gold medals to double up the total number of the victories. One of the national anthem was delivered by Posan Edina in the F2-u57kg category. I started judo when I was young, my dad introduced me to the sport…


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Aikido jo techniques

Aikido jo techniques


A step by step guide on how to correctly do the 13 jo kata START in hidari-hanmi kamae (hidari jō no kamae) – Hold the jo vertically with your left hand so that it touches the ground just in front of your left foot. Choku tsuki 直突き(Direct Thrust) – in left stance; no step. Jōdan gaeshi 段返し(High counter) – (Stepping strike to the front of the head) – change hands and step forward…


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Define Jujitsu

Define Jujitsu


In this PsySR Member Perspective , Clark McCauley offers a brief overview on understanding and responding to terrorism. Clark is Professor of Psychology and Co-Director of the Solomon Asch Center for Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict at Bryn Mawr College. He can be reached at cmccaule@brynmawr.edu. The U.S. is spending hundreds of billions of dollars in the war on terrorism…


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Jujitsu fighting

Jujitsu fighting


Introduction ARDS causes shunting of deoxygenated blood through the lungs. Most therapies for ARDS naturally combat this shunting (e.g. opening alveoli with PEEP). However, there is often a limit to which pulmonary shunting is treatable. Jujitsu is a Japanese martial art based on flexibility and technique, rather than a directly confronting an opponent with force. In the spirit…


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What is Sport Karate?

What is Sport Karate?


Champion Sport Karate understands that people require change in their workout routine. Losing weight, toning up, and increasing your overall fitness level while having fun is our goal. Fitness kickboxing involves an endless amount of combinations keeping you on your toes and give you an extensive cardio experience. Applying the idea of circuit training to the class utilizing…


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KoKoDo Jujutsu

KoKoDo Jujutsu


KoKoDo JuJutsu; Feeling is believing! A martial art specializing in the use of wrist locks, joint manipulation & targeted pressure along key meridian points, to dissuade an attacker s will to continue. Gentleness overcomes anger, you just need to learn how to relax and throw away power. Good technique requires no force. A welcoming environment for physical &…


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Yoshimitsu Yamada

Yoshimitsu Yamada


Yoshimitsu Yamada was born on 17 February 1938 in Tokyo. His father, Ichiro, was an academic professor, and his mother, Michio, took care of his home. The father’s family was related to Abe family and, when as a child Ichiro lost his parents, he was adopted by them. The difficult situation of Japan during the II World War forced both families to emigrate to Korea during the…


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Aikido classes

Aikido classes


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