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The fundamental principle of Ju-Taijutsu is reflected in the translation of the term itself. “Tai ” refers to the body; “Jutsu” refers to methods or techniques implementing the body; “ju” refers to yielding, blending or even gentleness; in context, “ju-Taijutsu” (柔術) becomes the art of yielding for the purpose of utilizing the body in a close quarter condition for the purpose of self-defense, or “to conquer by yielding.” Individual Ju-Taijutsu techniques involve a most comprehensive science of shifting with the momentum of an attack in order to draw the opponent off balance and throwing/subdue him.

Ju-Taijutsu enjoys a vast array of techniques such as: blocking and deflections (Uke), striking techniques (Atemi Waza): punching (Tsuki) and kicking (Keri), break falls (Ukemi), grappling (Katame Waza), joint locking skills, arresting, breaks and dislocations (Kansetsu Waza), strangles and choking (Shime Waza), holds and pinning (Osae Waza), throws (Nage Waza), counters (Kaeshi Waza), combinations (Kumiawase Waza), and pressure points (Kyusho Waza).

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TAKAGI YOSHIN RYU, SAMURAI JU-TAIJUTSU

10TH KYU – WHITE BELT

1. REI-HO (How to bow)

1)      RITSU REI (up right)

2)      SEIZA REI (two instep)

3)      SHINZEN REI (Kotodama)

4)      SHI REI (Acknowledgment)

5)      DOJO REI (School bow)

 2. SAYU KAMAE GATA (Left/right posture routines)

1) SHIZEN NO KAMAE (Normal posture)

2) KIBA NO KAMAE (Horse/Straddle posture)

3) SHIZEN TAI (Natural posture)

4) ZEN KUTSU NO KAMAE (Front Leaning posture)

5) KATATE SEIGAN NO KAMAE (Open hands Natural posture)

3. SAYU TAI SABAKI GATA – Body shifting

1) DAIJODAN SHOMEN MEN GIRI (CUT DOWN)

2) HASSO GYAKU KESA GIRI (CUT DIAGONALLY UP)

3) TSUKI SUIGETSU (THRUST TO SOLAR PLEXUS)

4) NUKIUCHI ASHI – HASSO KESA GIRI (LEGS ACROSS-LAPEL CUT DOWN)

 4. SAYU UKEMI GATA TAIHENJUTSU  =  Falling And Body Escape Methods

1)      ZENPO KAITEN (Forward Roll)

2)      KOHO KAITEN (Backward Roll)

3)      SOKUHO KAITEN (Side Roll)

4)      OHTEN (Cartwheel)

 5. TYR GATA 1 – OHSOTO OTOSHI (OUTSIDE DROP)


Philosophical interpretation of the beginner’s mind:

“Pure and without knowledge” The student begins with a clean slate.  Keep an open mind at all times.

 

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TAKAGI YOSHIN RYU, SAMURAI JU-TAIJUTSU (TYR) ©

SHODEN GATA – 1ST DEGREE BLACK BELT

 (Sayu – left and right for 18 Patterns)

 FOR TAKAGI YOSHIN RYU – BOTH TORI AND UKE BOW FROM AFAR ON RIGHT KNEE –KOSHIKI REI – IN SILENCE.  Once completed, return to the original position for Koshiki bow and say Arigato gozaimas.

1)      YUI GYAKU (REVERSED ENTRY)

2)      RAN SHO (CRAZY MIND/DISTURBED CONQUEST)

3)      KEN  NAGARE (FIST FLOW)

4)      HIZA GURUMA (KNEE WHEEL)

5)      KOTE MUNA DORI (SINGLE WRIST GRAB)

6)      RYOTE MUNA DORI (DOUBLE LAPEL GRAB)

7)      TSUKI TAOSHI (AVALANCHE FIST)

8)      GYAKU TAOSHI (REVERSED AVALANCHE)

9)      KOTE MUNA GAESHI (SINGLE WRIST THROW)

PHASE 2 – KOBUJUTSU

HANBO JUTSU – SHODEN GATA

1)      TSUKI IRI

2)      KOSHI ORI

3)      KASUMI UCHI

4)      MAWASHI DORI

5)      ONI KUDAKI

6)      ATE KOMI

7)      GANSEKI OTOSHI

8)      OHSOTO OTOSHI

9)      ATE GAESHI

18 PATTERNS OMOTE & URA (36 TOTAL)

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NIDAN GATA

SANDAN GATA

YONDAN GATA

GODAN GATA

ROJHKUDAN GATA

NANADAN GATA

HACHIDAN GATA

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