Shihan Luboš Pokorný, 13.-15.5.2011

Jälleen yksi mahtava viikonloppu vietetty Bujinkanin parissa.
Tšekin pääopettaja Shihan Luboš Pokornýn opetus hiveli vuoden teemaa Kihon Happou 季 翻 初 萌

"Kihon Happo, it's not about the techniques, it's about the movement" Kiteyttää hyvin viikonlopun sisällön.

Kiitos kaikille osallistujille, nähdään jälleen Shihan Laurin Japanin palaute seminaarilla 2.6.

"Lubos Pokorny (Shihan 15th Dan Happo Biken) is a student of Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, the 34th Grandmaster of Togakure Ryu Ninjutsu. As such, he has traveled around the world to take part in Hatsumi Sensei's training events. During these travels Lubos represents the Czech Republic, beginning his training in 1991, he is the first Czech student of the Bujinkan as well as the founder of the Bujinkan Czech Dojo. In 1994 Hatsumi Sensei asked Lubos to distribute the Sanmyaku (Hatsumi Sensei's Densho). Since then Lubos has been organizing and publishing materials and information about Ninjutsu as part of his work."

Shihan Duncan Stewart, 22.-24.3.2010

Shihan Duncan Stewartin vetämä leiri 22.-24.3 2010 avasi Bujinkan Shinden Dojon uudet toimitilat.

Kolmipäiväisen seminaarin aikana läpikävimme vuoden teema-asetta Tachia sekä tutustuimme Shu Ha Ri -käsitteeseen, joka kuvastaa elämän oppimiskaarta. Helsingissä, Mäkelänkatu 62:ssa sijaitsevalle päädojolla saapui yli 50 harjoittelijan innokas joukko leirin jokaisena päivänä.

Shihan Duncan Stewartin vierailu oli antoisa harjoittelijoille ja ilmeisesti myös opettajalle, mm. näin Shihan kirjoitti vierailustaan Suomeen. "Everyone was exhausted from the adventure through the snow, but our energy returned ( slightly ) for the last training session.

The last class was great for me. I was extremely relaxed and moved as dictated by my lethargy. I found that my mind was in a space free from conflict, instruction, desire to perform, etc.It was in this class that I felt truly free from thought and desire for an outcome. Even Lauri said that he thought it was my best class of the three days.

Each of the three nights training progressed in a way I cannot explain. It was like we were exploring Shu Ha Ri. Naturally we entered moments of training where we tried to become more aware and advance our understanding of Yoyuu, Tsunagaru, Tachi Kumiuchi, Shizen na Ugoku, Ukemi, Kihon, Shu Ha Ri, and Kyojutsu."

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