Aunkai – Beach training

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Our next Aunkai workshop will be at the beach! A good way to celebrate the return of summer and crazy Hong Kong heat and combine it with some training. The workshop will take place in Repulse Bay on Hong Kong Island, from 10.30am to 12.30pm on July 13, and will focus on: Fundamentals: solo and […]

Aunkai – Towards the creation of a martial body

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Aunkai Bujutsu is a relatively new school, fifteen years old, which has been built around the very simple idea of creating a martial body. In doing that, it chose the opposite direction from every single school that base their pedagogy on the learning of forms or techniques, which is… most of them. Reverse engineering martial […]

The Road to Shodan

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This article was written by Hugh Stanley, who was the first in the dojo to get his Shodan in Nihon Jujutsu and Nihon Taijutsu after 6+ years of hard work at the dojo and at home. I am not a brave man and pain hurts me. That is one of the reasons why I started […]

Kishinkai Aikido seminar with Leo Tamaki

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We were lucky to host Leo Tamaki, founder of Kishinkai Aikido, in Hong Kong this week for an intensive week of training. Going from Tuesday to Sunday, martial artists of Hong Kong had multiple opportunities to train and discover what makes Kishinkai so special. Along the week, Leo Tamaki made sure to explain principles in-depth […]

Get out of your comfort zone

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We naturally seek comfort, this place where things go well, where we are in control. No unknown, no stress, no danger. Nothing new also, good or bad. If going back to our comfort zone on a regular basis not to die of stress is a great thing, it matters to understand that magic happens outside […]