Late
Mar
 2014

Aunkai Bujutsu, Beginners’ Seminar

12:15pm – 3:30pm

Bujutsu, traditional Japanese martial art, comes in many kinds and variations. The Aunkai school specialises in teaching fundamental Bujutsu principles. This seminar is open to anybody interested in martial arts and/or self-defense, regardless of gender, age or physical condition. Confident practitioners of other martial arts interested in a different perspective as well as complete beginners are all equally welcome.

Come and learn how to significantly effect opponents without resorting to muscular tension from two English-speaking instructors, both senior students of the remarkable and world-famous Mr. Akuzawa Minoru. Core biomechanical and psychological principles necessary to develop effective, and exceptional, martial competence will be explained and demonstrated. Solo-exercises to help further your development will also be explained, demonstrated and taught.

Location: Nakamura Minami Sports Centre

To book a place:
Send an email to miyakawa_aunkai@live.jp with your name, age, phone number, and if you have any martial arts experience.

Wear a dogi or loose sporty clothes that are easy to move in.

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