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Tai Chi Redlands

Tai Chi Redlands


Tai Chi Classes Tai Chi Fundamentals: Every Tuesday 6:00 to 7:00 pm T ai-Chi Ch uan (also written Taijiquan) was developed as a martial art and longevity exercise over 300 ago in China. As early as the 1930 s it was found to have profound health benefits. Today it is primarily practiced as a Mind-Body and Health Promotion exercise. As a low intensity, low impact aerobic exercise…


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Chuck St. Pierre

Chuck St. Pierre


Charles Chuck V. Elliott 71 of Greenwood, Indiana passed away September 23, 2016. Chuck was born on February 26, 1945 in Indianapolis, Indiana to the late Melvin and Martha Beasley. Chuck retired from ProLift (a Toyota Material Handling Company) in 2011 as a sales and service representative. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Kimmie Elliott; son, Charles R. Elliott…


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Yawara Jujutsu

Yawara Jujutsu


Hello I am curious about the various romanizations of Jujutsu. Why do some schools spell it one way & why do others spell it another way? Is there one correct way? Also, does anyone know when the term Jujutsu began being used? I have read that Jujutsu is just a generic name & that grappling arts of a Ryu are more properly called Yawara . But, I don t…


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Iaido Boston

Iaido Boston


History of Eishin Ryu Iaido According to the Original Manuscript for the Art of Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu Iaido from Muso Jikiden Eishin-Ryu, meaning Peerless, Direct Transmission, True-Faith Style , is the most widely practiced style of Iaido in Japan. With a lineage of about 450 years, Eishin-Ryu is the second oldest martial art form in Japan. The founder of Eishin-Ryu was…


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Judo Sports

Judo Sports


Judo is a very popular sport for athletes with a visual impairment. It has featured in all five editions of the IBSA World Championships and Games and has been a Paralympic sport since the Seoul 88 games. Judokas are split in weight categories while all sight classes - B1, B2 and B3 - compete together. The sport has proven very popular with deafblind athletes. Caption: women…


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What is Jujitsu?

What is Jujitsu?


Most martial arts differ in the emphasis that they place on various techniques. An over-simplified comparison with other martial arts would appear like: Karate A stand-up style with most emphasis on striking and kicking techniques. Karate is in empty-hand combat system that originated in Japan. A stand-up style with most emphasis on striking and kicking techniques. Some styles…


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Combat Arts

Combat Arts


Combat Arts San Diego is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides art classes, museum tours, art exhibitions, and public art opportunities for post-911 combat veterans. Using art as a catalyst between the veteran creator and the public viewer, Combat Arts facilitates and exhibits combat veteran generated artwork to inform and educate the public about veteran’s issues…


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UCLA Art courses

UCLA Art courses


The Department of Art is committed to professional art training within the context of a research university. Headed by a faculty of internationally recognized artists and theoreticians and complemented by a roster of distinguished visiting lecturers, the department provides a strong grounding in the principal art traditions and in the visual language of contemporary studio…


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Japanese Aikido Gi

Japanese Aikido Gi


Let us start with an important point. In this comparison we will mainly use the word “Aikido Gi”. “Gi” in Japanese means “clothing”, while “Kimono” is the traditional Japanese garment often worn for ceremonies. The term “Aikido Kimono” has been improperly used in the west for decades and it is now difficult to correct this error. It is also possible to use the term “Keikogi”…


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Where is Ju?

Where is Ju?


Imagine, a diaper bag that you will want to carry not only when out with baby, but also while reveling in a romantic date night. Could it be? A diaper bag so functional you will feel confident cruising anywhere with your little one, even if your errands run into nap time? A diaper bag so classy, you can switch wipes for a compact and go out for an elegant night on the town?…


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What is Jiu Jitsu martial Arts?

What is Jiu Jitsu martial Arts?


F or several years, Kodokan Judo reigned supreme. All subsequent challengers representing traditional styles were defeated, and the superiority of Kodokan Judo appeared unassailable. Then, about the turn of the Nineteenth Century a monumental event occurred when the Kodokan was challenged by a man named Mataemon Tanabe. Tanabe was the headmaster of an obscure system of classical…


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Sosuishitsu-ryu Jujutsu

Sosuishitsu-ryu Jujutsu


Traditional Jujutsu is considered a Japanese cultural art (as are kado, or flower arrangement; chado, or tea ceremony; and shodo, calligraphy). Traditional Jujutsu systems all have documented and verifiable lineages. It is composed of techniques such as joint locking, throwing, sweeping, reaping, choking, and striking with all parts of the body. Weapons training is also an…


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Jujitsu meaning

Jujitsu meaning


Will Joel Friedman, Ph.D. is a seasoned clinician with experience working with adults, couples, families, adolescents and older children since 1976. His aim Read More Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. —Albert Einstein I don’t believe in any philosophy that doesn’t help raise corn! —Sun Bear What can the martial arts of Jujitsu and…


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DePasquale Ju-Jitsu

DePasquale Ju-Jitsu


The Story of Yoshitsune Jujutsu Junji Saito, founder of the, moved to the United States in 1960. He had been a reporter for a Japanese newspaper and was assigned to London, England some years prior to Lloyd George becoming prime minister of England. Saito after being disappointed with Kodokan Judo first trained with an 86 year old Jigen Ryu master who taught him their form…


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Yoshin Ryu Jujutsu

Yoshin Ryu Jujutsu


There are a few Yoshin Ryu training DVDs left, once gone they will be discontinued. Drop us an email for info. Click here for the LIST OF YOSHIN RYU JUJITSU MEMBERS in the order of recognized RANK The history of Jujitsu is hard to describe, every book and web site as slightly different theories and stories. Try and understand where it all started in Japan. Jujitsu was the empty…


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Jujitsu origin

Jujitsu origin


By Sumitomo Arima From Arima Judo Kyohon (1904). The author was the third person to join the Kodokan, and was a 4th degree black belt when he wrote . Self-defense being natural to everybody, there is perhaps no country where the art of fighting unarmed, whatever its form, is unknown, but perhaps in no country has the art made such remarkable progress as in Japan. In the feudal…


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JP Federation

JP Federation


Kyūdō (弓道, way of the bow) is the modern Japanese martial art (gendai budō) of archery; Kyūdō practitioners may be known as Kyudojin, kyūdōjin (弓道人), experts in Kyūdō are referred to as kyūdōka. Kyūdō is based on kyūjutsu (art of archery), which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan. Kyūdō is practised by thousands of people worldwide. As of 2005, the International…


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Origins of Jujitsu

Origins of Jujitsu


Ultra Brothers vs. Gemini Kaiju Stats: Gemini (Head of security - kingkong21 toy family) Height: 25 meters Weight: 10, tons Place of Origin: Canadian wastelands Combat abilities: razor sharp teeth claws, jujitsu, morning breath, ice hockey stick Weakness: Slurpees (Cherry Coke flavor


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Ketsugo Jujutsu

Ketsugo Jujutsu


Taught self-defense and close quarters combat to law enforcement, the CIA, United States Department of Defense, Special Operations, Mountain Soldiers, Navy Seals, State Troopers, DEA, FBI, Sky Marshals, and Correctional Officers. Awarded a “Second To None” Certificate of Appreciation for his unparalleled self-defense instruction that helped protect the U.S. Secretary of Defense…


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Seattle Dojo

Seattle Dojo


Photos by Ruben Rodridguez The story of Kodokan black belt Yoshiaki Yamashita teaching judo to former US president Theodore Roosevelt is well documented, but what is perhaps less known is that a year prior to their meeting, Yamashita also made a trip to Seattle, Washington at the request of wealthy businessman Samuel Hill to teach judo to his son. What resulted were the roots…


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