Join us June 13 – June 14 2015 at Boston Martial Arts Center for Kukishinden Ryu martial arts as we study bojutsu (moving with a 6-foot long staff), kenjutsu (working with a sword), and taijutsu (hand-to-hand)!
In the beginning, as with anything, we start with fundamental skills, perspective, and movements. When I first started with the bo, I struggled with hitting as hard as possible without getting hit. Later, with Kukishinden Ryu, I discovered more efficient ways of moving with and using the bo.
Learning to work with these tools will also give us new perspective on unarmed skills. What we practice in this seminar will give new depth to your practice and knowledge.
This special two-day workshop on Kukishinden Ryu Dakentaijutsu, and Bojutsu and Kenjutsu. We will explore some of the details of the Kukishinden Ryu method throughout the weekend. We will also have a special online section on the Kuki Happo Biken methods presented by Stephen K. Hayes. This special resource will only be available for workshop participants. Join us for an unprecedented event!
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Martial arts can help bring our mind into focus and clear the path for productive thinking. A long time ago, I was working in a small but busy Engineering sales office. The phone would ring all day every day. My job was pricing and quoting new potential projects. I remember working long hours and my mind hurting at the end of the day. I had just started to learn meditation and mindfulness for martial arts. One weekend, I went to my teachers’ Stephen and Rumiko Hayes Barn Dojo Grand Opening in southern Ohio. I had taken a long weekend for this short trip. He started our training with some basic movement drills and skill drills that required our minds to stay on track. I remember it was very hard to stay on track, because my mind was going back to my sale numbers from that past week. Everyone was having the same problem. Our teacher stopped the class and had us work on basic meditation and self awareness tools. The remainder of the weekend was more productive and fun because of these methods. Martial arts and meditation can help us become more productive and aware in our every day life.
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