Keijutsukai Aikido: Japanese Art of Self-defense
Thomas Makiyama, an eighth-degree black belt and the only American officially certified shihan by any Japanese aikido organization, teaches preparation, basic directional throws, classification forms, and basic and advanced self-defense.
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KNEELING BOWING AND FORM EXERCISES
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aikido movement aikido schools aikido techniques aikido training atemi attacker attacker's back straight balance basic aikido bend body budo chest classification forms Daito-ryu defender degrees direction dojo drop execute exercise extended face fingers firmly force forearm form exercises front grasp grip gyaku hakama heels hips and lower IKKAJYO instructor Japan Japanese judo karate Keep your back keeping your arms Keijutsu Keijutsukai Aikido kendo Kihon kneeling KOKYU left arm left foot left hand left knee left wrist leverage lock lower back ma-ai Makiyama martial arts migi hanmi stance move forward nent's nikajyo officers Omote oppo opponent's wrist partner Pivot sharply police ponent posi practice pressure push radius bone right arm right elbow right foot right hand right knee right palm right wrist sankajyo seiza self-defense shiho nage shodan shoulder side slightly step forward striking attacks throw tion toes utilized Uyeshiba waza wrist joint wristlock yonkajyo Yoshinkan