Principles Of Aikido - Saotome M. - DVD
  • Principles Of Aikido - Saotome M. - DVD

Principles Of Aikido - Saotome M. - DVD

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Combining elements of several traditional Japanese martial arts, Aikido'ss founder, Morihei Ueshiba O-Sensei, transformed deadly fighting systems into a
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Combining elements of several traditional Japanese martial arts, Aikido'ss founder, Morihei Ueshiba O-Sensei, transformed deadly fighting systems into an 'sArt of Peace.'s On this DVD, Saotome Sensei systematically demonstrates the full range of Aikido'ss throwing and pinning technique, from ikkyo (the art'ss 'sfirst lesson's) to koshinage (the hip throw). Saotome Sensei also discusses some of Aikido'ss philosophical principles, including musubi (harmonious connection), kokyu (contraction and expansion), and taninzudori (the principle of multiple attack). The elegance and precision of Saotome Sensei'ss technique will impress even those who have never studied martial arts. On the other hand, his clear, methodical demonstrations are worthy of study by Aikido'ss most advanced students. This hour-long DVD follows the plan of Saotome Sensei'ss popular book The Principles of Aikido (Shambhala Publications). Mitsugi Saotome is the chief instructor of the Aikido Shobukan Dojo in Washington, D.C. and also serves as the supervisory instructor for more than 70 affiliated dojo of the international association, Aikido Schools of Ueshiba. He began as a special apprentice with the founder of Aikido, Ueshiba Morihei in 1955 and continued for 15 years until the founder'ss death in April of 1969. From 1960 until 1975 Master Saotome taught at the World Aikido Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, where he held the highly respected position of senior instructor. In 1975 Master Saotome decided to come to the United States. When asked why, he responded: 'sThe goal of Aikido and O Sensei'ss dream is that all the peoples of the world live together as one family, in harmony with each other and their environment. The United States has the opportunity to set a great example.'s
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