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Dojo meetings - Special classes on Budo

Aikido, Iaido, Jodo, Aikijo, Aikiken

with special guests

from November 2019 to May 2020

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New schedule Aikido courses!

Starting from January 2020, Aikido courses are scheduled as follows:

Tuesday: 18.30-21.30

Thrusday: 18.30-20.00

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Suburi session 2020!

Tuesday 7 January 2020: Suburi wiil start at 7 p.m.! (duration unknown..)

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La Colle Aikido/Iaido/Jodo seminar

An intensive week of pratice with qualified Aikido/Iaido/Jodo teachers.

Do not miss it!

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Muso Shin Den Ryu Iaido / Kenjutsu
Iaido/Kenjutsu  •  J.M.. Spothelfer
S. Pietro di Stra (Ve)  •  March 07 - 08, 2020

Program

Saturday 7:    9.30-12.30 and  15.30-18.30

Sunday 8:    9.30-12.30

A session for teachers will be scheduled

For info on accommodation and reservation for meals please contact the organizer by February 15th

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8th Aikido & Weapons Seminar
Aikido and weapons  •  A. Pozzi
Padova  •  June 06 - 07, 2020

Program:

Saturday 9.30-12.30 and 15.00-18.00 (light lunch included)

Sunday 9.30-12.30

with kyu exams

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Jōdō
Shintō Musō Ryū Jōdō - The Way of the Stick
Jōdō originated from the school of the mean stuff (jōjutsu) Shintō Musō Ryū founded by Musō Gonnosuke in the XVII Century. He created a very effective combat system against an opponent bearing a sword, based on 64 kata, where the jō contrast attacks from the long (ōdachi) or the short (kodachi) sword, or from both simultaneously (nito). The practice includes a progression both on the use of the stick and of the sword (kenjutsu) through the basic position and movements (kihon), the combined exercise of facing weapons (sotai), to achieve the mastering of the combat forms (kata) of the schools. It is astonishing how the simplicity of the jō can be used as defensive weapons against a more potential offensive one as the sword; successful strategy is based on the optimal timing and space entering, and the control of the vital points of the opponent. The school extended his curriculum in the centuries to the defence against sword attacks of the short stick (tanjō), the chained sickle (kusarigama), the iron club (jūtte) and the rope to tie (hojō).
For more information: European Jōdō Federation
 
Ichitaro Kuroda Sensei (..-2000) and Takaji Shimizu Sensei (1896-1978)