Monday, June 6, 2011

Shihonage Locking

Hi Aikidokas!

long time no see!

Today's class, Sae Sensei has taught us on 5 techniques..They are, katatedori Dai-Ikkyo, Katatedori Yonkyo, Katatedori Shihonage, Katatedori Kotagaeshi and Katatedori Kaitenage.

The technique i like most is any technique with shihonage locking.

Below are 3 techniques which having the same locking of shihonage, but each style shows it owns uniqueness and beauty...try to differentiate your self.

Happy viewing :)






Thursday, March 17, 2011

WHY UKEMI IS IMPORTANT EVEN TO KIDS?

Salam & hi to aikidokakis,

Why UKEMI is important for kids?

they'l learn how to fall properly to avoid from getting hurt or to lessen the injury.

Example?

during a fall while riding a bicycle or being pushed (with aggression) by a bullier in school...

learning aikido is FUN :)

Friday, January 21, 2011

Tsuki/ski Dai-Nikyo and Shihonage

Salam & hi to all,

i have been busy lately, very sorry for not be able to update the blog as often.

here are 2 from few techniques covered during 17th Jan 2011 class, conducted by Shihan Jun Yamada.

Dont Panic

Salam & all to all,

sometimes the uke would get up during ikkyo, as if he doesnt want to be locked.

for nage, in this case, dont panic as you can always change your locking form.

happy viewing :)

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Kids Class

Salam & hi to all,

good news! the dojo is having few new students, and we are starting an aikido class for children aged from 5-12, beginning this feb, 2011 !!

we will announce the exact date in our face book page.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Saturday's Class Techniques Taught

Salam & hi,


Yesterday's class, George Gray Sensei has taught us few techniques as listed below :-
Katame waza (pin)
- suwariwaza shomenuchi dai sankyo
- shomenuchi dai gokyo (tachiwaza or with knife)

Nage waza (throw)
- suwariwaza shomenuchi iriminage
- shomenuchi shihonage
- shomenuchi kaitenage

Katame nage waza (throw and pin)
- shomenuchi kotegashi

Kokyu tanden ho


Below are some of the techniques taught.