In our Karate Jutsu seminar, we will practice the original defensive applications that are covered by our style of Shotokan Karate. These bring elements of ground fighting, joint locking, and throwing as well as the punching and kicking methods. This program also includes advanced specialty classes focusing on reality-based weapon defenses (stick, gun, and knife), and mixed martial arts.
About our Bunkai Seminars:
- Are open to any school or martial artist regardless of style, system, or affiliation.
- You would have the opportunity to train and learn effective street self-defense drills of the many different levels of Traditional Karate techniques, covering from a simple restraint to brutal applications.
Our aim is to promote Shotokan Karate as the holistic combative system it pretended to be!
- The classes are done in a safe, supportive and fun environment.
- When is the next seminar? Check for our next event at: https://www.facebook.com/events/2092462794340390/
- Have a Question? Call Us or Text Us at (734) 365-6925
What is Bunkai?
Bunkai, literally meaning "analysis" or "disassembly", is a term used in the Japanese Martial Arts referring to process of analyzing kata and extracting fighting techniques from the movements of a "form" (kata).
What is a Kata?
Kata are small, structured practice routines or protocols. Through physical practice, their pattern becomes second nature, done with little conscious attention. Kata are typically for learning. Kata is considered to be the soul of Karate.
Unfortunately; it is widely interpreted that the basic techniques in a kata as only simple blocks or simple strikes.
Did you know?
Many techniques in a Kata contain all the hallmark of signature basic to brutal techniques, including atemi-waza (striking), nage-waza (throwing or takedowns), kansetsu-waza (joint-locks & manipulation), shime-waza (choking), ne-waza (ground fighting & submission) and usage of human pressure points.