Although Hakko Ryu Jujutsu was founded in , it inherits a century-old legacy of classical bujutsu (warrior arts) used by the samurai of feudal Japan. Hakko. Hakko Denshin Ryu Jujutsu! We teach Adults and Youth of all ages. We practice the true meaning of self-defense and prevention under “Soke” Menkyo. Hakko Ryu is based on a philosophical view of the color spectrum as being divided into nine bands of light. The eighth shade is infrared, which is invisible to the.
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No Challenge – Idomazu. No Resistance – Sakarawazu. Hakko Ryu is based on a philosophical view of the color spectrum as being divided into nine bands of light. The eighth shade is infrared, which is invisible to the naked eye but extremely powerful, as are Hakko Ryu techniques.
Hakko Ryu is designed to handle attacks by applying pressure on the body’s Keiraku Meridian Energy Pathways to cause intense but non-damaging pain and thus destroy the hakki will to continue. The aim of Hakko Ryu technique is to neutralize, control and discourage an attacker with techniques that rju minimal strength yet generate maximum efficiency.
Okuyama Sensei created his system upon the belief that the successful application of technique verses the application of physical strength could overcome attacks in a self-defense context. The ability to neutralize and control both the attacker and the situation is the hallmark of Hakko Ryu Jujutsu, which translates as “School of the Eight Lights”.
Hakko Ryu Jujutsu
During one’s training, tensing and the use of power are discouraged in favor of suppleness and flexibility. Rju “Gensoku” or principle behind each technique compensates for power. Hakko Ryu does not teach specific techniques and defenses for a myriad of possible attacks, but instead teaches a mastery of the “Gensoku” principles upon which the techniques are based. The most important aspect of the Hakko Ryu principles and their application is the emphasis placed on the little finger side of the hand.
All gripping techniques stress the pulling motion of the pinky side of the hand, where blocking and pinning are also performed. Many of Hakko Ryu’s control techniques do not involve an unnatural twisting of the joints, but rather a bending of the joints in a natural direction, which requires yakko strength, is much more difficult to resist physically, and results in a sharp piercing pain.
Atemi techniques in Hakko Ryu are based on the principles of Koho Shiatsu Igaku, a form of Japanese finger pressure therapy nakko by Ryuho Okuyama and based on the principles of oriental medicine.
Atemi strikes and touches are directed to the tensed areas of an opponent’s body. Kicks are generally directed to the hakkp body from the waist down. Open-hand strikes, particularly the knife hand Tegatanathumb drive Oya Yubi Kenindex knuckle strike Hitosashi Yubi Ippon Kenand the middle knuckle strike Naka Yubi Ippon Ken are fundamental methods of Atemi in Hakko Ryu for their ability to pierce the ryi points of the body.
The techniques of Hakko Ryu Jujutsu are learned in two basic manners: Suwariwaza kneeling and Tachiwaza standing.
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The first being to allow the student to learn perfectly the specific Gensoku principles of a ryi technique so they know what makes it work and what prevents it from working.
At this stage of training, you need not be overly concerned with footwork Ashisabaki or foot techniques Ashiwaza. The hskko primary purpose of training in the sitting position is to promote suppleness in the legs, balance, strength ryk the hips, pelvic region, and lower body. This allows the student to concentrate fully on their body position and movement Taisabaki because they have already spent considerable time mastering the basic hand techniques Tewaza in the kneeling position.
They need not learn the hand and accompanying foot techniques simultaneously first, running the risk of performing one or the other incorrectly or worse, confusing themselves while trying to concentrate on two things at once.
The complete application of proper foot and body movement and corresponding hand techniques soon become an integrated whole and complete technique.
Tesabaki, Ashisabaki, and Taisabaki are performed smoothly, rryu and effectively, placing the attacker under control. Seiza Seiritsu Seitanden Seikatsu Ho. Te Kagami – Hand Mirror. Yoko Katate Osae Dori. Ushiro Zeme Otoshi Kasa Waza.
Rear Attack Drop Umbrella Technique. Imperial Finger Pressure Therapy. In-Kei Front Meridian Lines. This effect is gained by applying shiatsu to areas different from the injured part. Indirect reaction cure is accomplished through the number technique, wherein the body is divided into sets of 12 numbers. For instance, if number 8 of one leg was hurt, shiatsu would be applied to all the number 8’s of the rest of the body. Benko witnessed a discolored, badly bruised toe regain its natural color with the indirect reaction cure applied to the opposite shoulder.
This effect is used to combat sudden illness or injury. Shiatsu is administered around the injured part.
The chemical reaction cure is quite similar to the simple rubbing of a bruised area. This effect is used to rid a person of exhaustion.
Shiatsu is applied along the lines illustrated on the charts above. There are two primary techniques used to examine a patient: The pulse is taken with hkako index, middle and third fingers.
The beats of each of the pulse points are measured by two-breath time. During the two breaths, each of the pulse points must register 8 to 9 beats if the patient is in good health. If the number of beats is less or more than 8 to 9, the patient is hamko well. A list of rules is used to identify the area of difficulty.
For instance, characteristics of a person with a kidney ailment are pale face texture, dry hskko, too frequent urination, low pep, and low spirit. Ryu Menu Yoshitsune Waza. Indirect Reaction Cure This effect is gained by applying shiatsu to areas different from the injured part.
Chemical Reaction Cure This effect is used to combat sudden illness or injury. Refreshing Effect This effect is used to rid a person of exhaustion.
Diagnostic Techniques There are two primary techniques used to examine a patient: Line Pulse Technique The pulse is taken with the index, middle and third fingers. Yo-Kei Hakoo Meridian Lines.