Daito Ryu Aikibudo: History and Technique



[KINDLE] ❃ Daito Ryu Aikibudo: History and Technique ❆ Antonino Certa – E17streets4all.co.uk Daito ryu Aikibudo History and Technique is the first book to comprehensively show the roots, principles and techniques of this ancient art passed down directly from its last Soke, Takeda Tokimune and Daito ryu Aikibudo History Aikibudo: History Kindle Ñ and Technique is the first book to comprehensively show the roots, principles and techniques of this ancient art passed down directly from its last Soke, Takeda Tokimune and his most faithful and long time students The book, written by one of the very few westerners to have ever studied on a consistent basis with Takeda Soke, Antonino Certa Shihan, features overpages of never before published text directly written by Takeda Sensei about the history and principles of the School, including aiki a great deal of original photographic material showing Takeda Tokimune Soke and Kato Daito Ryu PDF or Shigemitsu, today s Soshi of the Nihon Daito ryu Aikibudo association, and the other elder students of the late Soke overphotos a comprehensive technical view of all the art, including a glimpse of the most advanced catalogues of techniques like Aikinojutsu, Goshin yo no te and Hiden Ogi as well as Takeda den Ono ha Itto ryu kenjutsu overtechnical photos The book also includes biographic profiles and ranks of all the major students of Takeda Tokimune Soke and a substantial translated selection of Takeda Sokaku s eimeiroku registers from the Meiji to the Showa periods General index of the Ryu Aikibudo: History ePUB ´ book Preface Introduction ChapterHistory of Daito ryu Aikijujutsu ChapterPrinciples and Techniques of Daito ryu AikijujutsuChapterHistory and Techniques of Takeda den Ono ha Itto ryu Kenjutsu ChapterProfiles of Daito ryu Aikibudo s senior teachersAppendixThe Spiritual Heritage of Takeda Tokimune AppendixThe Daito ryu Aikibudo Association.Daito Ryu Aikibudo: History and Technique

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader ha Itto ryu kenjutsu overtechnical photos The book also includes biographic profiles and ranks of all the major students of Takeda Tokimune Soke and a substantial translated selection of Takeda Sokaku s eimeiroku registers from the Meiji to the Showa periods General index of the Ryu Aikibudo: History ePUB ´ book Preface Introduction ChapterHistory of Daito ryu Aikijujutsu ChapterPrinciples and Techniques of Daito ryu AikijujutsuChapterHistory and Techniques of Takeda den Ono ha Itto ryu Kenjutsu ChapterProfiles of Daito ryu Aikibudo s senior teachersAppendixThe Spiritual Heritage of Takeda Tokimune AppendixThe Daito ryu Aikibudo Association."/>
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Daito Ryu Aikibudo: History and Technique
  • Antonino Certa
  • English
  • 27 July 2018

10 thoughts on “Daito Ryu Aikibudo: History and Technique

  1. says:

    A very interesting internal look at a small sub school of the Daito Ryu one that comes directly from the mainline, and arguably maintains all of the teachings, including the weapons arts no longer taught in the mainline Certa hints at the disagreements over succession and how to maintain and present the art when Takeda Tokimune died, without calling any of the other shihan out by name, but you can read between the lines Not being a member of DR myself, I m not terribly interested in that an A very interesting internal look at a small sub school of the Daito Ryu one that comes directly from the mainline, and arguably maintains all of the teachings, including the weapons arts no longer taught in the mainline Certa hints at the disagreements over succession and how to maintain and present the art when Takeda Tokimune died, without calling any of the other shihan out by name, but you can read between the lines Not being a member of DR myself, I m not terribly interested in that anyway, but rather wasinterested in how the various elements of the curriculum were organized, what parts of it were the basis for modern aikido, and how the weapons work had been maintained or integrated In that sense, it was a very interesting read

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