Shin-Ryu Aikido

at

UBC Okanagan


   

6th Kyu


Undo: (exercises)


1. Tenkan-ho
 
2. Ude furi undo & ude furi choyaku undo
 
3. Gyoretsu
 
4. Tandoku undo
 
5. Happo undo
 
6. Tegatana awase
 
7. Koho tento undo
 
8. Shikko
 
9 . Tekubi kosa undo
 
10. Kansetsu undo (wrist stretching exercises)

Ukemi: (methods of falling)

1. Ushiro ukemi (fall to the back) (first method)
 
2. Sokuho ukemi (side fall)

Methods of attack: demonstrate and identify

1. Katate-dori (also called katate-mochi) (wrist grabbing). Katate-dori is the term used most often when grab is right to left or left to right. Kosa-dori specifies same hand to same hand.
 
2. Ryote-dori ( both hands grab both hands)
 
3. Morote-dori (two hands taking one)(also called ryote-mochi)
 
3. Shomen-uchi (strike to head)
 
4. Yokomen-uchi (strike to side of head)
 
5. Kata-dori (also called kata-mochi) (shoulder taking)
 
6. Ryote kata-dori (both shoulders grabbed)
 
7. Ushiro katate-dori (wrist taking from behind)
 
8. Ushiro ryote-dori (both wrists taken from behind)
 
9. Ushiro katate-dori kubishime (wrist taking with choke)
 
10. Tsuki (thrust or punch)

Basic footwork and postures:

Footwork (Ashi-Sabaki)

Postures (Kamae)
 

1. Tsugi-Ashi

2. Ayumi-Ashi

1. Migi-Hanmi

2. Hidari-Hanmi

3. Shizen-tai

4. Seiza

RELATIVE POSTURES OF NAGE & UKE

1. Ai-Hanmi

2. Gyaku-Hanmi

3. Suwari-Waza

4. Hanmi-Handachi

5. Ushiro-Waza


Key Points:

1. Know the fundamentals of the above exercises. Use them as a way of unifying and training the body.

2. Have a basic understanding of fundamental aikido principles of etiquette, stances, attacks, centering, and moving from hara.