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Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.
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Taikiken Natural Tuning summer week 2016 in the Czech Rep.

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Taikiken Natural Tuning 2016
Taikiken Natural Tuning week - Czech republic - Summer 2016 week from 24 - 30 July 2016
Taikiken is practical martial art, coordination and natural meditation in one.
Training in an ancient forest, using proven martial arts exercises, works on your selfness, to rediscover and strengthen your innate talents and abilities.
The workshop is for adults with a good general physical and mental condition and is suitable same for beginners as for persons with advanced skills in a martial art / sport.
Experience with martial art is not necessary!
Registration is open, more on http://www.martrix.org/summer_taikiken_gasshuku_natural_tuning1_1.html

This workshop starts from the foundation of the internal martial art, Naikaken (neijiaquan.) You learn how to control your subtle body movements by using an image (inen or yi nian.)
This is even for the most experienced ‘modern’ martial artist often the missing link with the more traditional Wushu and Budo forms.
The workshop concentrates on Taikiken (yiquan), as Master Kenichi Sawai’s Meiji Jingu group trained it back in the early nineteen-seventies. Taikiken training as it is meant to be, optimizing your natural skills to apply them intuitively in real combat.
In the MartriX concept is Taikiken the axis, and is of value for everyone who is really interested in the practicability of internal martial art.
The concept is not only effective a real physical fighting, but can be used in everything you undertake in your daily life. This workshop introduces you in the dynamic way of moving and the passion of Kenichi Sawai’s Taikiken.

The program offers a broad set of Taikiken exercises:
• Ritsu zen, Han zen, Iron shirt, (zhan zhuang) standing meditation postures
• Hai (mo ca bu), walking in friction step
• Yuri (shi li), testing the strength developed through ritsu zen
• Neri (zou bu shi li) kneading, hai footwork with yuri movements
• Mukaete, meeting hand
• Shashite, defense and attack simultaneously
• Harai-te, parry by twisting
• Hakkei ( fa li) exercises to use force in an ‘explosive’ way.
• Suishuo (tui shou), pushing hands
• Daken (da quan) delivering strikes, using shoulders, hands, fists, legs, etc.
• Tanshu (shadow boxing, health-dance)
• Kumite (san shou), sparring
• Coordination training: step-reach, body-reach, arm-reach in one

The above exercises linked together form a kind of kihon, the fundamentals which you later can train on your own. Ritsu zen, yuri, hai and neri are the most important exercises that are designed to help you develop the ‘force’ (kongen ryoku or hun yuan li) used in combat. You will practice a wide range of Taikiken applications, the essence of practicing these applications is that you learn to apply defense and attack in one. Besides Kenichi Sawai’s two-line system we will put attention on the three-line system as practiced by Hatsuo Royama, based on moving and stepping

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