Kaikki kirjoittajan Fudoshin Admin artikkelit

Kesän treeniajat (25.6.-5.8.2018)

Fudoshin dojo, Winqvistinkatu 1

 

Maanantai 18:00-20:00 Kyu-tekniikkaharjoitukset
Keskiviikko 18:00-20:00 Soden-tekniikkaharjoitukset
   
Lauantai 11:00-12:30 Vapaat harjoitukset *
Sunnuntai 17:30-19:00 Vapaat harjoitukset *

* harjoituksissa ei ole nimettyä opettajaa,  salin avain kannattaa ottaa mukaan

Unisport dojo, Pohjoinen Hesperiankatu 25

Ti   19:00 – 20:30
To 17:30 – 19:00

Su 24.6. on treenimaraton  klo 17:00-21:00
(Ikkajo ja nikajo – koko setti)

Daitoryu aikijujutsu perusteet kurssi 5.-6.5.2018

Daitoryu aikijujutsu perusteet kurssi.

Johdanto Daitoryun tehokkaisiin nivellukkoihin, alasvienteihin ja lajin periaatteisiin.
Daitoryussa yhdistyvät kaunis klassinen budo ja tehokkaat kamppailutekniikat. Harjoittelussa painottuu erilaisen kehonkäytön opettelu, joka mahdollistaa vastustajan hallitsemisen pienellä voimalla.

Kurssin jälkeen voit halutessasi jatkaa harjoittelua seuran normaali harjoituksissa.

La 5.5. 15-18 ja su 6.5. 12-15
Paikka: Fudoshin dojo, Wiqvistinkatu 1 (Länsi Pasila, Hki)

Hinta: 60eur
Sisältää Fudoshin ry:n jäsenmaksun ja mahdollisuuden osallistua Daitoryu harjoituksiin 1kk ajan.

Lisätiedot ja ilmoittautumiset: info@daitoryu.fi

Koryu 2017 demonstration and Kawabe sensei’s seminar

Kawabe sensei’s and Annoki sensei’s seminar 24.1-1.2.2017
Takumakai’s head teacher Kawabe sensei and Annoki sensei, leader of Takumakai Kagoshima dojo, are teaching daily at Fudoshin dojo  (Pasila and Unidojo). More details coming soon.

Seminar is open for all Takumakai members.

 

Koryu 2017 demonstration 28.1.2017 16:00 at Töölön Kisahalli.
Free entry. Welcome to experience real koryu spirit.
Link to FB event.

 

 

Kobayashi sensei (8.dan) ja Nakayama sensei seminaari

Kobayashi sensei (8.dan) ja Nakayama sensei seminar

7.-14.11.2016

Kobayashi senseillä on yli 50 vuoden Daitoryu ja aikidokokemus. Nyt on mahdollista oppia häneltä suoraan. Kannattaa ehdottomasti osallistua seminaarille!

Kobayashi sensei is having over 50 years of experience in Daitoryu and aikido. Now is your chance to learn directly from him, join the seminar!

Harjoitus ohjelma/ training schedule:

 

kobayashi-aikataulu

 

 

 

 

 

Ohjelma pdf muodossa. Schedule in pdf.

Hinta/price:
Kaikki harjoitukset/all practises 130Eur
Yksittäinen harjoitus/one practise (1.5-2h) 15Eur
La-su/Sat-Sun 50Eur

Lisätiedot/more info: info@daitoryu.fi

 

Soden seminar 22-29.7.2016

Jyrki Rytilä pitää Daitoryu jujutsun soden seminaarin perjantaista perjantaihin 22-29.7.2016. Päivittäiset harjoitusajat ovat klo 9-13. Koko leiri maksaa 50€ ja päivä 10€.
Kaikki ovat tervetulleita treenaamaan.

Sensei Jyrki Rytilä´s Daitoryu jujutsu Soden seminar in Helsinki at Fudoshin dojo from July 22nd until July 29th, from Friday to Friday. Daily training times are 9am – 1pm plus regular evening training. The training camp costs 50€ or 10€/d.
Everyone is welcomed to train!

Jyrki Rytilä
    – Daitoryu Jujutsu Kyojudairi
    – Fudoshin dojo head teacher

Ilmoittautuminen juhlaillalliselle / registration for the celebratory dinner

Daitoryu 20-vuotta Suomessa -juhlaleiri lähestyy. Jos aiot osallistua lauantaina Suomenlinnassa juhlapäivälliselle (lauantaina 1.8. klo 18.30), ilmoittaudu päivälliselle oheisella linkillä. Ilmoita myös nimesi lisäksi kommenteissa mahdollinen erityisruokavaliosi.

Sitova ilmoittautuminen 21.7. mennessä. Hinta 40€.

Tervetuloa!

Linkki ilmoittautumiseen: http://doodle.com/s377firettdp9zf5

In English

The celebration of the 20th anniversary of Daitoryu in Finland is approaching. If you intend to participate in the dinner in Suomenlinna (Saturday August 1st, 6:30 PM), use the following link to register yourself. In addition to your (full) name, if you have special dietary constraints, add them as a comment below the sign-up field.

Please register by July 21st. Dinner price is 40€.

Registration form: http://doodle.com/s377firettdp9zf5

Perinteisen japanilaisen budon näytös Helsingissä lauantaina 19.1.2013

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Koryu 2013 -näytöksessä esitellään Suomessa harjoiteltavia perinteisiä japanilaisia budolajeja. Näytökseen osallistuu yhdeksän koulukuntaa. Suurin osa lajeista kuuluu Japanin valtion tukemaan traditionaalisen budon kattojärjestöön Nihon kobudo kyokaihin.

Näytös Helsingin Rudolf Steiner koululla lauantaina 19.1.2013 kello 15.00 – 17.30. Mikael Sali.

Osoite:
Mikael-sali
Helsingin Rudolf Steinerkoulu
Lehtikuusentie 6
00270 Helsinki

Vapaa pääsy

Lisätietoa osoitteesta:    http://www.embu.fi

Unisport Daitoryu on muuttanut uudelle salille!

Unisportin Daitoryu muuttaa syyskuun alussa Unisportin uudelle budosalille osoitteessa Pohjoinen Hesperiankatu 25.

Syksyn harjoitukset

Ti 17:30 – 19:00
To 17:30 – 19:00
Pe 10:00 – 11:30 (vain sopimuksen mukaan)

Liikuntatiloihin kuljetaan Pohjoisen Hesperiankadun ja Välskärinkadun kulmassa olevasta portista sisäpihan poikki. Sisäänkäynti on pihan perällä. Pukuhuoneisiin kuljetaan kulkuavaimilla. Ovesta katsottuna pukuhuoneet ovat heti oikealla ja kulku liikuntatiloihin vasemmalla. Liikuntasaliin kuljetaan kierreportaita pitkin. Kierreportaiden päässä olevasta ovesta pääsee sisään kapeahkolle
käytävälle, jonka vastakkaisella seinällä näkyvät liukuovet ja pääsy liikuntasaliin.

Tatamit siirretään muiden toimesta saliin pe 31.8., vuoromme alkavat ti 4.9.2012

Huom! Pukuhuoneiden kaappeja varten kannattaa olla oma lukko.

Lisätiedot: info@daitoryu.fi

Kartta Pohjoiselle Hesperiankadulle

Visit to New York

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On Saturday, June 12, Yushinkan dojo, the New York Takumakai branch, had its 10th anniversary. A big embu (demonstration) was held at the Mark Morris Dance Center in Brooklyn, NY. Several prominent Takumakai members from Osaka were demonstrating, including Kiyohiro Kobayashi (8. dan), Takeshi Kawabe (8. dan), and Hideo Annoki (6. dan). From Yushinkan dojo all the teachers – Rodrigo Kong, Kenneth Freeman, Noah Landow and Chris Owyoung – and many students were demonstrating. From Fudoshin dojo Finland four persons were attending and demonstrating: Jyrki Rytilä, Jyri Lamminmäki, Terho Korhonen and myself.

NY_2The embu was the first public display of Takumakai-style Daitoryu in the US, and the event was sold out. Several fine demonstrations were seen, and the audience seemed impressed, even frightened during some of the demos.

We were the first ones to demonstrate. I was lucky to be one performing first of all, so I didn’t have much time to get nervous. Our part went quite nicely, although I think the audience was still orientating on what this really is about.
After us the Yushinkan members demonstrated vigorously and with great enthusiasm.

NY_3Some of the highlights of japanese group’s demonstration were kasadori (techniques while holding an umbrella) by japanese lady whose name unfortunately slipped me, Miki-sensei ‘s (5. dan) energetic performance, and of course Takumakai head teacher Kawabe shihan’s part. He had several ukes, but did – perhaps as a compliment to the host – particularily hard technique on Rodrigo Kong, who received it very well and without injuries. A nice distraction from the unarmed performances was Annoki sensei’s iaido demonstration, which even included a kaishaku (execution) demostration.

NY_5After the show was over a big party was held (of course). We had very good time once again and made many new friends.
The next day, Kobayashi and Annoki senseis gave a special class. Kobayashi sensei was concentrating, as usual, on doing basic technique effectively. He managed onc e again to bring a new aspects to ippondori and kotegaeshi, techniques of which I thought I had seen everything already. Annoki sensei taught fundamental aikiwaza. I specially remember his advice to move the hand and the knee together in aikinage, and to move in parallel, not turning away from the uke.
After the anniversary weekend was over, Kawabe sensei held a seminar from Monday to Friday. Usually after the seminar most of what has been taught vanishes from my mind, but I hope they stay somewhere in the unconcious. What I do remember is that sensei talked about correct movement with steady center and how this attitude extends also to the etiquette, such as bowing. He also talked about the use of mind and ki energy and showed some basic exercises to develop it. The movement from the hips with a steady center seems to extend somehow to the mental control of the opponent as well.
On Friday a number of kyu graduations were made. Yushinkan dojo appears to have quite a stable base of students on different levels, which is good. In the evening we had a sayonara party at Kenneth’s home.The place was cosy and the servings abundant. All in all, the people at Yushinkan dojo are very friendly and sincere. We were taken good care of.

NY_0It was nice to see people coming from other parts of US – Ohio, Arizona and Tennessee – to attend the seminar. Let’s hope Daitoryu can spread also to these places one day. What I particularily liked in the seminar was that everybody was training in good spirit, helping each other to learn and having fun.
We had some time to see the city, but that was way too little. The guidebooks did not lie: New York is really special. Manhattan of course is impressive, but also Brooklyn was a very interesting area. All the different kinds of people walking the street make an endless show. I made a promise to myself to return one day.

11.-19. 6. 2010

-Mikko Lindholm