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Saito Sensei with his son...


Schedule
Monday 19:30 - 21:00
Tuesday 19:30 - 21:00
Wednesday 19:30 - 21:00
Thursday 19:30 - 21:00
Friday 19:30 - 21:00
Saturday 11:00 - 12:30
Sunday -


For information about Dojo:

Saito Sensei


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With Saito Sensei
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Sensei, offering the world (!) ...
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Iwama, 1999
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Outdoor party, Iwama 2001
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Saito Sensei's grave
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New year's first keiko, 2002
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Sensei and sempai
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Sensei bringing his favourite sword
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Preparing
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The sword
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Sensei
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Sensei and his son and successor, Hitohiro Sensei
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Bukiwaza certificate

TERMS
Ai Hanmi
Same or matched stance

Aiki Jo
The Staff of Aikido

Aiki Ken
The Sword of Aikido

Aikikai Hombu Dojo
World Headquarters of largest aikido organization

Atemi
Strike to a vital point

Bokken
Wooden Sword

Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu
Jujutsu school and the technical precursor of aikido

Deguchi, Onisaburo (1871-1948)
Spiritual leader of the Omoto religious sect who had a strong influence on the thinking of Morihei Ueshiba

Gyaku Hanmi
Reverse or opposite stance

Henka
Change, variation

Henkawaza
Variation (technique)

Ikkyo
First teaching

Jo
Staff

Katadori
Shoulder grab

Katatedori
One-hand grab

Ken
Sword

Ki
Spirit or energy

Kobukan Dojo
Name of the prewar school of Morihei Ueshiba located in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo

Kokyuho
Breathing way or method; series of exercices to develop breathing, ki extension, and a stable posture

Kosadori
Cross-handed grab

Kuden
Oral teaching

Morotedori
Two-hand grab (Two hands on one)

Munadori
Chest grab

Nikyo
Second teaching

O-Sensei
lit, "great teacher," term of respect used to refer to Morihei Ueshiba

Omote
Front; refers to entering movements

Omotokyo
Shinto-based religious sect which flourished in Japan in the early part of the 20th century

Oyouwaza
Applied technique

Ryotedori
Two-hand grab (one hand on one)

Sankyo
Third teaching

Shomenuchi
Frontal head strike

Sodedori
Sleeve grab (at elbow level)

Sodeguchidori
Cuff grab

Suwariwaza
Seated technique

Tai no henko
Body change or shift; exercise to develop ability to turn properly

Taijutsu
Body technique; i.e., technique executed empty handed

Takeda, Sokaku (1859-1943)
Disseminator of Daito-ryu aikijujutsu and main martial arts teacher of Morihei Ueshiba

Takemusu Aiki
lit., "aiki, progenitor of martial techniques"; refer to the highestlevel of spotaneous execution of aikido techniques

Tegatana
Hand blade

Ueshiba, Morihei (1883-1969)
Founder of Aikido

Ura
Back, reverse; refers to turning or pivoting movements

Ushiro
Rear

Yokomenuchi
Lateral head strike

Yonkyo
Fourth teaching