About Aikijutsu

Aikijutsu is the predecessor to its modern descendant, Aikido. In Aiki-jutsu, there are two phases of training. The first phase deals with empty hand defense in combat. Unlike the more spiritual practices of some of the enlightenment aiki arts, aiki-jutsu emphasizes pragmatics above all else. Aiki-jutsu employs the principles of “aiki” and uses the energy of the attacker to off-balance and throw him or her. Realistic defenses are taught to counter a myriad of punches, kicks, holds and knife attacks.
The second phase of Aiki-jutsu is the application of technique against the
Samurai sword. Both beginners and advanced students will learn to successfully disarm and throw a swordsperson that attacks with various sword cuts and draws. This art is both explosive and dynamic.

aikijutsuAikijutsu is the predecessor to its modern descendant, Aikido. In Aiki-jutsu, there are two phases of training. The first phase deals with empty hand defense in combat. Unlike the more spiritual practices of some of the enlightenment aiki arts, aiki-jutsu emphasizes pragmatics above all else. Aiki-jutsu employs the principles of “aiki” and uses the energy of the attacker to off-balance and throw him or her. Realistic defenses are taught to counter a myriad of punches, kicks, holds and knife attacks.

The second phase of Aiki-jutsu is the application of technique against the Samurai sword. Both beginners and advanced students will learn to successfully disarm and throw a swordsperson that attacks with various sword cuts and draws. This art is both explosive and dynamic.


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