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夏合宿、神人武館リヨン道場、フランス − 2011年6月

Summer Gasshuku, Shinjinbukan Lyon Dōjō, France — June 2011

This gasshuku was hosted by Jean-marie Perrier and Ludovic Soler at the Shinjinbukan Lyon Dōjō and focused on training the basics of Kakie.  

Kakie — Basic Preparatory Drills

Kakie — Drills with deflections

Video Clip — Kakie Preparatory Drills # 1 to 7

Kakie — Ushi Gaki

Kakie — Hane Gaki

Iri Kumi applications

  

Kakie — Basic Preparatory Drills

Kakie is one of the most important training methods used in Ti.  During the Gasshuku (training camp), Jimmy Mora Sensei reviewed some of the basic preparatory drills used prior to learning Kakie.  These preparatory drills are used to develop the basic lines of motion created by the hands, as well as a natural sense of Muchimi (Stickiness).  

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Kakie — Preparatory Drills with deflection and tenshin

Some Kakie Preparatory Drills include deflections of a hand strike.  These hand deflection techniques resemble the shape of an Uchi Uke

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Video Clip — Kakie Preparatory Drills # 1 to 7

The following video clip presents seven Preparatory Drills filmed during the Summer Gasshuku in Lyon, France. 
The number given to each drill is shown here as a suggested order for pedagogical purposes.  There is no set order to learning or practicing these drills.  This video was produced with the help of the following Shinjinbukan members:

Jimmy Mora — New York, USA
Jean-marie Perrier — Lyon, France
Melanie Petrak — Augsburg, Germany
Ludovic Soler — Lyon, France

Click to See Video:  Kakie Preparatory Drills # 1 to 7 (QuickTime Format)

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Kakie — Ushi Gaki

Ushi Gaki is probably the most popular form of Kakie.  It resembles the "Sticky Hands" which are practiced in many Chinese martial arts.  However, the body mechanics of Kakie are completely different.  Most Karate schools in Okinawa do not practice any form of Kakie, because these ancient traditions are being replaced by the conventional sports Karate. 

However, the Karate Schools that practice Kakie only use it as an arm conditioning drill without any understanding of the hand's flowing motion, tenshin, body's center axis or any ther body mechanics.  At the Shinjinbukan School, the teachings given by Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō are based on a deep understanding of Kakie and its applications within a complete system Ti, which we called Onaga no Ti

In the pictures below, Jimmy Mora Sensei and Jean-marie Perrier demonstrate Ushi Gaki

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Kakie — Hane Gaki

In the pictures below, we can see another type of Kakie called Hane Gaki. 

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Iri Kumi applications

Afterwards, we continued the training session with some applications of Iri Kumi.   

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