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2nd Kyu Syllabus

TAI JUTSU

  • Yokomen Uchi Dai Ikkyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Yokomen Uchi Dai Nikyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Yokomen Uchi Dai Sankyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Yokomen Uchi Dai Yonkyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Yokomen Uchi Dai Gokyo (Ura)
  • Yokomen Uchi Irimi Nage
  • Yokomen Uchi Kote Gaeshi
  • Shomen Uchi Shiho Nage (Omote)
  • Katate Dori Irimi Nage (Jodan / Chudan / Gedan)
  • Katate Dori Kaiten Nage (Soto / Uchi Mawari)
  • Katate Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Katate Dori Dai Nikkyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Katate Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Katate Dori Dai Yonkyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Ryote Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Ryote Dori Dai Nikyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Ryote Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Ryote Dori Dai Sankyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Ushiro Ryote Dori Dai Ikkyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Ushiro Ryote Dori Dai Nikkyo (Omote & Ura)
  • Hanmi Handachi Waza Katate Dori Shiho Nage (Omote)
  • 13 No Jo Kata

5th Kyu Syllabus

TAI JUTSU

* Hanmi

* Tai Sabaki (Tsugi ashi, ayumi ashi, tenkan, irimi tenkan, kaiten, haya gaeshi)

* Ukemi (Mae / Ushiro / Yoko)

* Shikko

* Katate Dori Tai No Henko (Kihon & Ki-no-nagare)

* Morote Dori Kokyu Ho (Kihon)

* Shomen Uchi Dai Ikkyo (Omote & Ura)

* Katate Dori Shiho Nage (Omote & Ura)

* Shomen Uchi Irimi Nage

* Suwari Waza Ryote Dori Kokyu Ho (Chudan)

BUKI WAZA

* Ken Suburi Nanahon

* Roku No Jo


Katatedori tai no henko kihon and ki no nagare.

Morotedori Kokyu ho kihon

Shomenuchi dai ikkyo omote and ura

Katate dori shiho nage

Although the following two videos deal with ryotedori, they are equally applicable to katate dori shiho nage:

Shomenuchi irimi nage kihon

Suwari waza ryotedori kokyu ho

Ken Suburi Nanahon

Roku No Jo Kata

GLOSSARY 

(Please note, most terms are a rough translation.)

Tai Jutsu = body technique / skill

* Hanmihalf body, the Aikido stance or posture.

* Tai Sabaki = bodymovement / management

* Ashifoot / leg

 * Tsugi = shuffle / thrusting

* Ayumi = crossing / normal walking

* Tenkan = literally “convert” or “divert”. It is a 180 degree pivot to one’s rear, on the lead foot.

* Irimi = to enter

* Kaiten = rotate

* Haya (haiyai)quick / fast

* Gaeshi = turn

* Ukemi = Break fall

* Mae = forward

* Ushiro = backwards

* Yoko = side

* Shikko = Knee walking

* Katate-dori = one hand holding one wrist

* Morote-dori = both hands holding one wrist

* Tai-no-henko = turn of the body

* Kihon = basic, static, solid

* Ki-no-nagare = in the flow of “ki”, in motion, opposite to static.

* Kokyu-ho = breath-power exercise

* Shomen-uchi = front of the head strike

* Dai-ikkyo = first principle (dai- meaning basic)

* Omote = front / moving forwards to the front side of ones partner

* Ura = to the rear

* Nage = throw

* Shiho nage = 4 directional throw

* Irimi nage = entering throw

* Suwari waza = seated techniques

* Ryote-dori = both hands holding both wrists

* Chudan = middle level (as opposed to “jodan” – upper level, and “gedan” – lower level)

* Buki waza = weapons techniques

* Ken sword

* Suburi = exercise

* Nanahon = 7

* Roku = 6

* Joshort-staff