Busselton Koryu Uchinadi Classes

BEGINNER KORYU UCHINADI CLASSES enrolling In December!

Koryu Uchinadi Kenpo-jutsu is a modern interpretation of Okinawa’s historic combative-like disciplines. A completely systematized, cohesive and coherent method of learning/teaching, delivered in a traditional atmosphere, honouring both its culture and pioneers.

Koryu Uchinadi Kenpo-jutsu can also be learned/imparted as a provocative alternative to conventional methods of physical fitness and stress management. Learning how to respond dispassionately to unwarranted aggression requires self- empowerment. Such training promotes an inner-calm and, where conflict exists, helps restore balance to personal and professional relationships.

Koryu Uchinadi is a non-competitive, totally application-based defensive practice, punctuated with moral philosophy and highlighted by introspective teaching as a comprehensive single study.

What is Koryu Uchinadi Kenpo Jutsu?

Koryu Uchinadi Kenpo Jutsu, (which translates as old stream Okinawa hands quanfa art) means the old fighting arts of Chinese origin as handed down in Okinawa and is Hanshi Patrick McCarthy’s interpretation of these practices. It is a method of responding to what we refer to as “Habitual Acts of Physical Violence” utilising punches, kicks, throws, joint manipulations, strangles, pressure point strikes and ground fighting.

For today’s person interested in the martial arts, it means Koryu Uchinadi is not sports based. In other words, the training does not primarily focus on preparing for competition. Koryu Uchinadi training prepares the student for dealing with unwarranted acts of aggression in the real world. At the same time the methods used to achieve this, and the code of conduct adhered to by the school, conditions the body, cultivates the mind and nurtures the spirit.

What makes KU different ?

Established as a pragmatic alternative to the plethora of terribly ambiguous and highly dysfunctional styles of “traditional” karate, Koryu Uchinadi Kenpo-jutsu is a modern interpretation of Okinawa’s historic combative-like disciplines. It is a completely systematized, cohesive and coherent method of learning Karate and is delivered in a traditional atmosphere, honouring both its culture and pioneers, Koryu Uchinadi Kenpo-jutsu is both and art and a science. Based on common mechanics and supported by immutable principles, the most unique features of Koryu Uchinadi Kenpo-jutsu are its vibrant body dynamics, efficacious taisabaki, functional HAPV-theory and application-based two-person drills, which breathe life back into kata.

Resurrecting, and systematizing the original contextual premise of old style karate and kata into an easy-to-learn structure.

Kata                              (Model Examples & Postures)
The genuine desire to truly understand the nature and application of traditional kata.

Muchimi-di                   (Sticky-hand sensitivity drills)
Muchimi-di fosters the skill of controlling the attacker by continually pressing, trapping and or hooking.

Tegumi                         (Two-person checking, trapping, & close-combat drills)
Tegumi blasts open the door to discovering kata application.

Ne/Osae-waza              (Grappling & finishing holds)
Exploring the forgotten heritage of karate — the plethora of tactical situations that go beyond punching and kicking.

Kansetsu/Tuite-jutsu  (Joint Manipulation, Seizing Connective Tissue & Cavity Pressing)
Learning how to twist bones, lock joints, seize weak parts of the human body and dig into those cavities unprotected by the skeletal structure.

Shime-waza                  (Strangulations-chokes/Sealing the Breath)
Handed down via kata, shime-waza has, unfortunately, become a lost skill in the art of karate until recently.

Kuzushi, Nage & Ukemi-waza   (Balance Displacement, Throwing, Tumbling & Falling/Landing)
Unfortunately, ending up on the ground, irrespective of how unwelcome the thought may be, is something that is more than likely to happen in an actual physical confrontation.

Katame-waza                (Lesson’s in Restraint/Immobilization)
200 brutally effective practices from classical kata, which are culminated in three separate two-person drills.

Kobudo                         (The Weapon Art)
Introducing the participant to the rare style of kobudo called Yamaneryu, as handed down to Kinjo Hiroshi Hanshi, through Grandmaster Oshiro Chojo

The KU method leaves no room for the kind of ambiguity exampled elsewhere in traditional karate; i.e., the kind of ambiguity which has given kata such a “bad name.” KU represents a clear and precise pathway to mastery, if and when followed methodically. After gaining a reasonable level of competency (against aggressive resistance) learners are taught how to rehearse the prescribed solo application modules by themselves — culminating the lessons learned. By linking together the individual modules into unique geometrical configurations something great than the sum total of its individual parts appear – Kata. The KU Pathway also explains how, when practiced by themselves, Kata also serve as creative mechanisms through which to express individual prowess while strengthening one’s overall mental, physical and holistic conditioning.

Remarkable insight comes from understanding the original work of the pioneers. Moreover, it also provides the opportunity to see continual change as an inevitable part of tradition, rather than as a perceived threat. Tradition should inspire innovation, not limit it.

Remembering the superb wisdom of Krishnamurti “We are all working together in true spirit of cooperation, in which there is really no single authority. It is our mutual interest in understanding the original teachings that bring us together to find truth.”

WHETHER YOU ARE A COMPLETE BEGINNER OR SEASONED MARTIAL ARTIST, THE KU PATHWAY IMPROVES YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE MARTIAL ARTS AND WILL ONLY ENHANCE YOUR TRAINING IN ANYWAY.

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