Outline of Syllabus

Aiki:

Kokoro

Kokyu (calm-ready)

  • Shoshin (beginner’s mind)
  • Fudoshin (will power)
  • Mushin (empty mind)
  • Zanshin (follow through)

 

Ki Musubi

Kanjo Inyu (empathy)

Ki Ai (Intent)

 

Awase

 

Ichiryu (leading)

Sesshoku (meeting)

Sakeru (avoiding)

Ma ai (distancing)

  • Toma (long)
  • Ittoma (one step)
  • Chikama (short)

 

Sen Waza (timing)

  • Sen sen no sen (before)
  • Sen no sen (during)
  • Go no sen (after)

 

Tai no Henko (position variation)

Kihon

Mu Hanmi

Hanmi

  • Ai
  • Gyaku

 

Hitoemi

  • Ai
  • Gyaku
  • Chokaku

 

Irimi

  • Ai
  • Gyaku
  • Chokaku

 

Roku Tai no Henko Ki no Nagare

  • Chokaku Sabaki (90 degree orientation)
  • Han Chokaku Sabaki (45 degree orientation)
  • Sankaku Sabaki (triangle orientation)
  • Irimi (Entering)
  • Soto Mawari (outside turn)
  • Uchi Mawari (inside turn)

 

 

Tai Sabaki:

Ashi Sabaki

Hanmi (Half Body Stance)

Tsuki (lunging step)

Ayumi (walking step)

Tenkan (turn)

Kaeshi (about face)

Roppo no Kamae (6 direction stance)

 

Ukemi

Kaiten Waza (rolling)

Sutemi Waza (break falls)

Fudo no Shisei (immovable body)

Shizen Tai (natural body)

 

Kokyu Ryoku

Haragi (core power)

Nami Ryoku (wave force)

 

 

Kumiuchi:

Hodoki

Do Dori Waza (body hold escapes)

Te Dori Waza (hand hold escapes)

 

Dori Waza

Do Dori (body holding techniques)

Kata (shoulder)

Ryokata (both shoulders)

Mune (chest)

Ushiro Eri (rear collar)

Ushiro Ryokata (rear both shoulder)

 

Te Dori (hand/wrist holding techniques)

Katate (single hand)

Gyakute (cross hand)

Morote (2-on-1 hand)

Ryote (both hands)

Ushiro Ryote (rear both hands)

——Half/Half——-

Ushiro Kubishimi Te Dori (rear neck choke with hand hold)

 

Buki Dori (weapon controlling)

Tachi Dori (sword grabs)

Jo Dori (stick grabs)

Tanto Dori (small blade grabs)

 

Atemi Waza

Shomen Uchi (front head strikes)

Yokomen Uchi (side head strikes)

Tsuki (thrusts)

Kokyu Te (proper hand position)

Buki Burai (weapon sweeps/passes)

Ude Sankaku (arm triangle)

 

Osae-Komi Waza

Osae (pinning techniques)

Otoshi Komi (takedowns and crushing methods)

Do Gaeshi (body turnovers)

 

Nage Waza

Kokyu Nage (natural projection)

Irimi Nage (entering projection)

Kotegaeshi (wrist reversals)

Kaiten Nage (rolling/turning projection)

Juji Nage (arm cross projection)

Shiho Nage (4 direction projection)

Koshi Nage (hip projection)

Henko Nage (variation projections).

 

Kyo Waza

Ikkyo (first principle, elbow control/arm suppression)

Nikyo (second principle, wrist flex and adduction)

Sankyo (third principle, wrist pronation)

Yonkyo (fourth principle, grabbing method)

Gokyo (fifth principle, wrist flex)

Rokyo (sixth principle, elbow extension)

 

Buki Waza

Kenjutsu (sword skills)

Sojutsu (spear skills)

Jojutsu (stick skills)

Tantojutsu (small blade skills)

 

 

Renshuu:

Junan Taiso (calisthenic & coordination exercises)

Kata (forms)

Kihon (basic)

Ki no Nagare (in motion)

Kanren (adaptive)

Kaeshi (reversal)

 

Jiyu waza (spontaneous forms)

Drills

Flow Practice

 

Randori (Free attacks)

Kaeshi waza (Reversal training)

Kanren waza (Adaptive training)

 

 

Secondary work

Auxillary skills

 

 

  • Suwari waza (Seated techniques)
  • Tojutsu (Blade Skills)
  • Bojutsu (Staff Skills)
  • Teppojutsu (Firearm Skills)
  • Sojutsu (Spear Skills)
  • Jujutsu (Grappling Skills)
  • Nawajutsu (Rope Skills)

 

 

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