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.
A completely systematized, cohesive and coherent method of learning/teaching, delivered in a traditional atmosphere, honoring 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.
(Model Examples & Postures)
The genuine desire to truly understand the nature and application of traditional kata.
(Sticky-hand sensitivity drills)
Muchimi-di fosters the skill of controlling the attacker by continually pressing, trapping and or hooking.
(Two-person checking, trapping, & close-combat drills)
Tegumi blasts open the door to discovering kata application.
(Grappling & finishing holds)
Exploring the forgotten heritage of karate — the plethora of tactical situations that go beyond punching and kicking.
(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.
(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.
(Lessons in Restraint/Immobilization)
200 brutally effective practices from classical kata, which are culminated in three separate two-person drills.
(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