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夏合宿、リガ、ラトビア − 2007年7月

Summer Gasshuku, Riga, Latvia — July 2007

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July 27 — A few highlights of the training cinducted at Dr. Artis Pabriks' private Dōjō:

Entering The Nā

Neko Ashi Tenshin

Iri Kumi

Chīshi

 

   

Entering The Nā

In ancient times, Okinawan martial artists practiced at the tombs of their teachers.  The traditional Okinawan tombs have a small yard or open area at the entrance, which is called in the Okinawan language.  Nowadays, most Karate in Okinawa is practice at an indoor Dōjō, but for Onaga Kaichō, our outdoor training area is also called .  First, Onaga Kaichō spent some time explaining how to enter and exit the Nā area.

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Onaga Kaichō spoke about the advantages of training outdoors on a regular basis...

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Neko Ashi Tenshin

We continued our training with Neko Ashi Tenshin (movement on Neko Ashi)...

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Iri Kumi

Next, we practiced some Iri Kumi (inside fighting) techniques...

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Onaga Kaichō and Onaga Michiko Sensei demonstrated more Iri Kumi principles and applications.

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We continued with more Iri Kumi drills...


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Chīshi

Onaga Kaichō finished the training session with Chīshi.  Nowadays, most Karate practitioners do not understand how to train with Chīshi and how to apply the body mecahnics learned from Chīshi.

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