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Summer Gasshuku, Shinjinbukan Augsburg Dōjō, Germany — July 2010

Written by Melanie S. Petrak

On July 24, I was honored to welcome the first attendants of the Augsburg Gasshuku to arrive to my Dōjō in Ottmarshausen. This training camp was intended to prepare both experienced Shinjinbukan members and first-time guests for their encounter with Onaga Sensei at the Latvia Summer Gasshuku.

Outside Training

Shiko Dachi Tenshin

Dai San Kihon Gata

Machiwara — Preparatory Hip Drills

  

Outside Training

Defying the rain, we utilised the enclosed space outside the building to introduce the concept of

Below: Jimmy Mora Sensei (New York, USA), Rahime Işik (Augsburg, Germany), Slava Grinshpun (Tel Aviv, Israel) and myself, Melanie Petrak (Augsburg, Germany).

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Shiko Dachi Tenshin

Indoors, we went on with the training, looking at other ways of Shiko Dachi Tenshin.

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Dai San Kihon Gata

Dai San Kihon Gata was created by Onaga Yoshimitsu and condenses a variety of deep concepts into one basic form.  It is based on tenshin in sanshin stance and teaches, among other things, the relationship between sanshin dachi and heiko dachi. 

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Machiwara — Preparatory Hip Drills

Our visitors used my outdoor Machiwara in the evenings, getting acquainted with the length of their arms and ways of employing their hips. 

Below, see Jean-marie Perrier, the instructor at the Shinjinbukan Lyon Dōjō.

Below, Ludovic Soler, from Lyon, France. 

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After four intense days of training, we flew to the Latvia Summer Gasshuku taught by Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō.

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