Japanese Swordsmanship "Muso Shinden Ryu-Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Comparison Series 2 DVD by Roger Wehrhahn

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The “Complete Muso Shinden Ryu-Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu” is a 12 lesson series covering all three levels of these two major styles of the Japanese Sword. The series points out their similarities as well as their differences presented in their kihon and in the movements of their Kata. For those who cannot kneel down, the seated kata are also shown with standing variations so that each style may be practiced completely from standing! Lesson 2 of the 12 lesson series covers Omori Ryu Sato & Migi Kata, Hasegawa Toranoissoku Kata and Oku Iai Sunegakoii, Rentatsu & Tsuredachi Kata.
As an added bonus Ugoki Tsuzukeru Katana Kata is included! This Kata is a 35 step free flowing form addressing multiple attacks from various directions. The applications to each attack are taught separately, one at a time, and then in a connected 2 man bokken drill!

“I know you will find this Series to be a valuable reference in your training whether you are a student or teacher alike.”

Roger Wehrhahn, Shihan

Roger Wehrhahn began his Martial Arts training in 1969, almost 50 years ago! He has trained extensively in Karate, Kobudo, Ju Jutsu and Iaido. He is currently the head of the North American San Shin Kai, and the Tatsu Kenjutsu Kyokai. The Tatsu Kenjutsu Kyokai is an organization dedicated to the propagation of Traditional Japanese Swordsmanship along with standing variations of the seated kata. He has authored numerous instructional DVDs and is in demand for seminars across the United States.