The 2nd Workshop of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu in Fortaleza was amazing! All buyus trained a lot of Gyokko Ryu Koshi Jutsu and Koto Ryu Koppo Jutsu techniques with several important tips during 2 days. Each school has its own principles, most of them were reviewed.

These two schools are considered the foundation of the Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu. According to Hatsumi Sensei (in his “Unarmed fighting techniques of the Samurai” book), Gyokko Ryu Koshi Jutsu is considered as the foundation of the Japanese Budo.   In the future, I will write about it.

2nd Workshop of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu in Fortaleza
2nd Workshop of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu in Fortaleza with Miguel Greg Sensei

After the workshop, Greg Sensei also taught us many techniques during the week. The Bujinkan Kyu program (basics with details) was reviewed. Also, several throwing techniques, Japanese sword and knife disarming techniques were also practiced.

For me, it also was awesome because that time I could meet many of martial mates and students that I miss. If you would like to comment about the workshop, please feel free to do it.

Japanese sword techniques
Greg Sensei teaching us Japanese sword techniques
Variations of techniques against attacks from behind
Variations of techniques against attacks from behind

This year we also have many other events. If you would like to improve your Taijutsu, meet very good martial mates, and discover more about martial arts, you could click on “Follow” button of this blog to receive news when I publish it.

2nd Workshop of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu in Fortaleza
2nd Workshop of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu in Fortaleza. Paulo Mesquita Sensei (left), Miguel Greg Sensei (center), Pedro Henrique Sensei (right)

Thanks to all participants, we hope you have learned and enjoyed a lot.

武風一貫
(Bufu Ikkan)

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