Danzan Ryu Aikijutsu

Hachikyu (8th Kyu) White Belt

I. Ukemi

  1. Slapping exercises – back, legs up, side, side to side
  2. Backfall
  3. Sidefall
  4. Kneeling frontfall
  5. Judo roll
  6. Flatfall

II. Kadena de Mano

A. Defense drills

  1. Cover against 4 Angles of attack (first solo then in pairs)
  2. Cover against random angles
  3. Cover and apply klaw takedown

B. Striking drills

  1. Jab
  2. Cross
  3. Jab, Cross
  4. Hook
  5. Knee Strike

III. Yawara

  1. Katate Hazushi Ichi: Outside wrist release
  2. Katate Hazushi Ni: Cross wrist release
  3. Ryote Hazushi: Double wrist release
  4. Morote Hazushi: Two-on-one wrist release
  5. Momiji Hazushi: Front choke release
  6. Ryoeri Hazushi: Double lapel release
  7. Mae Gake Hazushi: Hug defense
  8. Yubi Tori: Finger lock
  9. Moro Yubi Tori: Come-along wrist
  10. Katate Tori: Single wrist break

 IV. Advanced Yawara

  1. Single rear wrist grab Circular release
  2. Double rear wrist grab Pry release
  3. Two-on-one rear wrist grab Circular release
  4. Rear long-arm choke Windmill release
  5. Rear bar-arm choke Take down release

 V. Nage No Kata

  1. Osoto Gari: Pendulum sweep

VI. Atemi

  1. 1. Gansei – Eye or Mimi Tori- Ear
  2. Kinsho – Groin Grab or Momo Tsuneru- Sharkbite

VII.   Ground Work

  1. Mount & Choke – Strike arms, neck twist and hip-lift

VIII. Self Defense

     Yawara #1-5, slow speed

IX. Reikishi

A. Vocabulary – Translate

  1. Jujutsu    Matte
  2. Danzan Ryu Jujutsu 9. Ki o tsuke
  3. Danzan Ryu Aikijutsu 10. Rei
  4. Kodenkan       11.  Sensei
  5. Kadena de Mano 12. Kiai
  6. Yawara 13. Hajime
  7. Nage No Kata

B. Traditions and Principles – Explain

  1. Danzan Ryu Jujutsu
  2. Danzan Ryu Aikijutsu
  3. Okazaki Sensei
  4. Bowing
  5. Kiai
  6. Kuzushi
  7. Strongest Part vs. Weakest Point

C.Etiquette

  1. Bowing: Standing and Sitting
  2. Opening and Closing Sequence: Standing and Sitting
  3. Care and Wearing of Gi

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