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The 2015 Shinjinbukan European Summer Gasshuku (training camp) held in Lapmežciems, Latvia was taught by Jimmy Mora Renshi and assisted by Sensei Artis Pabriks.

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ヨーロッパ夏合宿、ラプメッシュシエムス、ラトビア − 2015年8月13日〜16日

European Summer Gasshuku, Lapmežciems, Latvia — August 13 - 16, 2015

Written by Jimmy Mora

Translated by Artis Pabriks

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The 2015 Shinjinbukan European Summer Gasshuku (training camp) was taught by Renshi Jimmy Mora and assisted by Artis Pabriks Sensei. This event took place from August 13 to 16 at the Shinjinbukan Dōjō in Lapmežciems, near Jūrmala, a beach resort near Riga, Latvia. This location is also known as the "Green Dōjō", because of the outdoor training conducted in a grassy uneven ground, which provides a unique experience in contrast to a perfectly even floor or soft mat.  

Listed below are the Gasshuku highlights:

Gasshuku Portrait

Dai Ichi Kihon Gata

Naifuanchi Sho Dan, Ni Dan and San Dan

Pinan Sho Dan, Ni Dan, San Dan, Yon Dan and Go Dan

Attacks (Kōgeki) and Counter-attacks (Hangeki)

Kakie

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Gasshuku Portrait

In attendance at this event were Shinjinbukan members from Latvia, United States, Germany and Ukraine.
Standing from left to right: Laima Putniņa, Andrejs Šabašovs, Jānis Derkusovs, Artis Pabriks, Jimmy Mora, Christian Streicher, Sergey Dubov and Gary Peach.

2015 Latvia Summer Gasshuku. From left to right: Laima Putniņa, Andrejs Šabašovs, Jānis Derkusovs, Artis Pabriks, Jimmy Mora, Christian Streicher, Sergey Dubov and Gary Peach.

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Dai Ichi Kihon Gata

The Gasshuku started with a general review conducted by Sensei Artis Pabriks, which included some basic forms and techniques, such as Dai Ichi Kihon Gata.

The Gasshuku started with a general review conducted by Sensei Artis Pabriks, which included some basic forms and techniques, such as Dai Ichi Kihon Gata.

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Naifuanchi Sho Dan, Ni Dan and San Dan

The training continued with a review of the three Naifuanchi Kata (Forms), which are part of the Okinawan martial arts tradition: Naifuanchi Sho Dan, Naifuanchi Ni Dan and Naifuanchi San Dan.

The training continued with a review of the three Naifuanchi Kata (Forms), which are part of the Okinawan martial arts tradition: Naifuanchi Sho Dan, Naifuanchi Ni Dan and Naifuanchi San Dan.

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Pinan Sho Dan, Ni Dan, San Dan, Yon Dan and Go Dan

The Gasshuku continued with a review of the five Pinan Kata (Forms), which originated in Okinawa and were later modified by many Karate styles. These five forms are: Pinan Sho Dan, Pinan Ni Dan, Pinan San Dan, Pinan Yon Dan and Pinan Go Dan.

The Gasshuku continued with the 5 Pinan, which originated in Okinawa: Pinan Sho Dan, Pinan Ni Dan, Pinan San Dan, Pinan Yon Dan & Pinan Go Dan.

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攻撃と反撃

Attacks (Kōgeki) and Counter-attacks (Hangeki)

Onaga no Ti is a martial arts system that is not focused on defensive moves: "Ti wa Uke arimasen", which means "Ti has no blocks". Therefore, our training is always focused on attacks and counter-attacks. During our Gasshuku we practiced different types of counter-attacks against Tsuki (hand strikes) by using several hand techniques.

Onaga no Ti is a system - Ti wa Uke arimasen, which means: Ti has no blocks. During our Gasshuku we practiced different types of counter-attacks against Tsuki.

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Another example of a counter-attacks is the use of Keri (foot strikes) against a Tsuki.

Another example of a counter-attacks is the use of Keri (foot strikes) against a Tsuki.

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There are different types of counter-attacks against a Keri (foot strikes) based on fast Tenshin (body motion) in order to generate enough power to throw the opponent into the ground.

There are different types of counter-attacks against a Keri, based on fast Tenshin in order to generate enough power to throw the opponent into the ground.

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Kakie

The Gasshuku ended with a study of the three types of Kakie: Ushi Gaki, Hani Gaki and Hichi Gaki. First, we started with a general review of Ushi Gaki and Hani Gaki.

The Gasshuku ended with a study of the three types of Kakie: Ushi Gaki, Hani Gaki and Hichi Gaki.

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Next, we continued with Hichi Gaki, which is perhaps the most difficult type of Kakie.

Next, we continued with Hichi Gaki, which is perhaps the most difficult type of Kakie.

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Our Gasshuku ended with a series of free-style attacks and counter-attacks using the three types of Kakie.

Our Gasshuku ended with a series of free-style attacks and counter-attacks using the three types of Kakie.

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Thanks to Sensei Artis Pabriks and his deshi at the Shinjinbukan Riga Dōjō for their support.
Jimmy Mora
Renshi, Roku Dan
Shinjinbukan New York Shibu Dōjō

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