Australia 2015 - Kukishinden-ryū dakentaijutsu

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The theme of the seminar:
kukishinden-ryū dakentaijutsu (九鬼神伝流打拳體術)
bōjutsu (棒術)
kenjutsu (剣術).
The theme of this seminar is to study the way, forms, strike and the various foot work of the kukishinden-ryū from the primary technique of the first level, Seion (生音), Yume-otoshi (夢落), Suiyoku (水翼). The focus here, as usual, is to stick cleverly to the densho's description and understand the flow and the bio-mechanics of each waza in order to measure the nature of the daken taijutsu used in close range with a armor. 
Buki waza (武器技):
In this seminar the weapon presented are the bōjutsu from kukushindenryu, mainly the part from the densho call bojutsu Kihon gata which deals with the following technic: jōdan ukemi (上段受身), ashi-barai (足払),  shihō bōfuri-gata (四方棒振型) and men uchi gata (面撃型). The focus here is first how to use the right and correct kamae, then the right angle for jōdan ukemi, finally the right order for men uchigata.
The kenjutsu technic are mainly the basic from the gyokko ryu Tōhō (玉虎流刀法) the focus on the main ukemi call jōdan uke tome (上段受止). L'île lax aussi in the practice of the weapon, the way to hold, tori-kata (捕り型) and nigiri-kata (握り型) is important.

Graham (Gray) Anderson

Hi Onmitsu Kage friends

My name is Gray, and I have practiced Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu since 2000.
I first met Dr Kacem Zoughari in October 2012, and he forever changed my life.
I highly recommend the serious practitioner dive head first into what Kacem has to offer, it will change your life. We have a small dojo in Brisbane and Newcastle Australia, called the Bujinkan Seichusen Dojo and we welcome all those who wish to practice.

Thank you

Gray Anderson