Tsuki

Munetsuki kotegaeshi – Aikido Yuishinkai

In the below video Master Koretoshi Maruyama, Founder of Aikido Yuishinkai, demonstrates and provides instruction for the Aikido technique munetsuki kotegaeshi as practised in Aikido Yuishinkai.  

 

Ian Grant
Head Instructor
Aikido Warrior Dojo

 

Aiki-jo exercises – Honte uchi, Sakate uchi and Tsuki

morihei ueshiba-JoThe practice of weapons arts is an integral part of Aikido training. Aside from providing insight into the origin of Aikido techniques and movements, practice of weapons arts assists in developing skills associated with foot work, distance, timing and centred movement.  It also plays an important role in developing the appropriate body posture and structure for effective Aikido practice.

In the below video Koretoshi Maruyama Sensei , Founder, Aikido Yuishinkai  demonstrates and provides instruction for 3 solo exercises for the short staff (referred to as a jo). The demonstrated exercises are referred to as:

  • Honte uchi
  • Sakate uchi
  • Tsuki.

 

Ian Grant
Dojo Cho
Aikido Warrior Dojo

 

Training notes: Munetsuki kokyu nage (omote)

kokyu nage - Peter kellyIn the below video, Peter Kelly Sensei, Aikido Yuishinkai Tasmania, demonstrates and provides instruction on an alternate omote form of munetsuki kokyu nage.  The technique is also sometimes referred to as udekime nage (arm extension throw).

The below video was recorded at a class given by Peter Sensei at our dojo on 12 August 2015.   

Have a great week

Ian Grant
Dojo Cho 
Aikido Warrior Dojo