Welcome to Budovideos.com!

Follow us on:

Join us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter! Watch us on YouTube!
My Cart (0)

US & Canada Toll Free:800.451.4828

International Customers:714.899.5200

The Largest Selection of Martial Arts Products in the World!

  • Flat & Free Shipping!

Aikido Tenshin Dojo Vol 2 with Miyako Fujitani (On Demand)

SKU# BV-16191

Be the first to review this product

Availability:In stock

List Price: $19.99
$14.99
25%

Quick Overview

In this second project for Budo International, Miyako Fujitani, 6th Dan by the Tokio Aikikai and director of the Aikido tenshin Dojo in Osaka, presents us with a subtle, efficient, elegant and powerful Aikido, insisting that there is a great variety of techniques in Aikido, even if they all imply the use of circular movements.

More Views

Details
This instructional is available to view right here at Budovideos Online.
 
In this second project for Budo International, Miyako Fujitani, 6th Dan by the Tokio Aikikai and director of the Aikido tenshin Dojo in Osaka, presents us with a subtle, efficient, elegant and powerful Aikido, insisting that there is a great variety of techniques in Aikido, even if they all imply the use of circular movements.

From the hand of Sensei Fujitani, we will study the exercises from a sitting position, Kokyu-Ho, Hanmi-Handachi Iriminage, Hanmi-Handachi Shiho-nage, Shomen-uchi, Hijishime, and Muna-dori Kokyu-nage.  At the same time, on this occasion we will discover how the use of Bokken or Bo has an amazing versatility in the hands of Fujitani. It is a video by which we can enjoy a peculiar Aikido, centered in respect and in learning how to subdue opponents without resorting to force with techniques that have not been practiced in many Dojos.

 
 
 
 
 
*This is a virtual On Demand item, this is not a physical DVD.
**You can watch as many times as you want.
***Sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.  
Additional Information
SKU BV-16191
Release Date Oct 8, 2013
Other Info No
Format On Demand
Languages English
Length 55 Mins.

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.