Tasting Menu

Although you can choose any combination of workshops, here are some ideas for various selection options:

The Grand Tour – a bit of everything

1C) Bunkai-ORAMA
2B) Introduction to the Asai kata
3C) Breaking your habits
4A) Maai (distance) and footwork

For Beginners – building strong fundamentals

1A) Embusen, stances, footwork and what they tell us about kata
2A) Effective partner drills
3C) “The Fence” against knife attack
4B) Posture & movement in kihon, kata and kumite

Kumite-ORAMA – sparing no expense on sparring

1B) Developing one’s strong technique “Tokui Waza”
2C) Dan grading jiyu-kumite
3C) Breaking your habits
4A) Maai (distance) and footwork

— or — for the third round catch your breath with the theoretical workshop:
3T) Optimising training and preventing injury.

Mean Streets – with an eye on the practical side

1C) Bunkai-ORAMA
2A) Effective partner drills
3C) “The Fence” against knife attack
4C) Operant conditioning

— or — for the fourth round choose the theoretical workshop:
4T) Legal aspects of the use of force for self-defence.

Kata-tonic – from inside, to outside, and beyond

1A) Embusen, stances, footwork and what they tell us about kata
2B) Introduction to the Asai kata
3C) Kata as kihon and kihon as kata – the basics of kata training
4B) Posture & movement in kihon, kata and kumite

If you’d like to book any of the above you can use this express form.

Advertisements