Tomiki Aikido: Randori & Koryu No Kata

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Paul H. Crompton Limited, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 74 pages
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Professor Kenji Tomiki, one of Morihei Uyeshiba's most promising students, introduced "randori aikido" in 1964 so that students could make their techniques more effective through "free-play." Tomiki aikido has, in one sense, developed into a sport which could perhaps lose much of its original meaning, but by making it possible to hold competitions, many young people have been encouraged to participate. It is the hope of Professor Tomiki that once they become interested in the sporting side of the art, they will grow to appreciate the deeper spiritual aspect of aikido.

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from cover Dr. Lee Ah Loi presents a comprehensive guide to Tomiki Aikido... This book combines three volumes in one: Tomiki Aikido Vol. 1-first published 1978 Tomiki Aikido Vol. 2-first published 1979 Tomiki Aikido Past and Future-first published 1988 Read full review

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