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masterclass ki club.cool Eerste KWF stage met Samo Garabedian-KWF-logo ki-club-cool-Amsterdam-Monnickendam bezorgd door karateschool ki club.cool in Amsterdam Centrum en Monnickendam voor traditioneel Shotokan karate-do

Eerste KWF Stage met Samo Garabedian

ki club.cool heeft de eer en de primeur om de eerste KWF Nederland masterclass te organiseren. Samir Garabedian 6e Dan zal de les verzorgen. In januari was hij in Tokyo Japan bij de Hobu Dojo van de KWF van Mikio Yahara en zal vast en zeker wat van zijn ervaringen met ons delen. De les…

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Beauty of the Battle at CODA Museum

Opening Beauty of the Battle 30.09.2018 | 14:30 uur De schoonheid van strijd in CODA Museum Geweld, strijd en haat roepen in eerste instantie afkeer op. Toch fascineert het gevecht en de schoonheid ervan wanneer het onderdeel is van bijvoorbeeld een dansvoorstelling of verbeeld is in een schilderij. In Beauty of the Battle confronteert CODA…

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Kidsgids 2018-2019

kI club.cool, GEMEENTE AMSTERDAM, STADSPAS KIDSGIDS 2018-2019. Interview met Anish. “Ik wil de zwarte band halen als ik twintig ben.” Na één proefles wist Anish (6) het meteen: hij wil door tot de zwarte band. Met zijn oma oefent hij de moeilijke Japanse woorden van de houdingen. En in de les doet hij zijn best…

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Original samurai teachings at ki club.cool from samurai-turned-priest Jōchō Yamamoto (1659-1719). Hagakure (Hidden among the leaves) is a guide, organized as a loose collection of thoughts, on how samurai should conduct themselves. - ki club.cool karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam

HAGAKURE ‘Hidden among the leaves’ 2

(◣﹏◢)╯HAGAKURE ‘Hidden among the leaves’ 2 “A Man’s Appearance
. One should always be equipped with rouge and powder. Sometimes it may happen when waking up with a hangover that one’s color is bad. At such times, one should take out one’s rouge and apply it.” The original Hagakure the teachings of the samurai-turned-priest Jōchō Yamamoto…

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Hagakure-teaching-1 at karate school ki club.cool for traditional Shotokan karate-do in Amsterdam Center and Monnickendam

HAGAKURE ‘Hidden among the leaves’ 1

╰(◣﹏◢)╯HAGAKURE ‘Hidden among the leaves’ 1 The original Hagakure the teachings of the samurai-turned-priest Jōchō Yamamoto (1659-1719), written down and edited by his student Tsuramoto Tashiro. It’s a guide, organized as a loose collection of thoughts, on how samurai should conduct themselves. This philosophy–bushido, or “the way of the samurai”–is, according to Tsunetomo, essentially a…

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Kumite class at ki club.cool: Fill the whole area that you reach with your hands and feet with a fog coming from your heart; that's cool

Kumite class 5: Masahiko Tanaka

Kumite class at ki club.cool @xxxx[{::::::::::> Masahiko Tanaka: Poker Face: the eyes show your own feeling as well as observe your opponent’s. Senses: Through the senses of hearing, sight and touch, people receive information at different speeds. Eyes: Using your eyes deeply, as if they were at the back of your head. Heart: Fill the…

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Kumite class 4: Masahiko Tanaka at ki club.cool karate school located in Amsterdam Centre and Monnickendam since 1994

Kumite class 4: Masahiko Tanaka

Kumite class 4 @xxxx[{::::::::::> Masahiko Tanaka: “In my case, I always try to catch my opponent’s eyes. There is a strong relationship of action and reaction between the eyes and the movements of the body. This is very useful when breaking your opponent’s rhythm. That does not mean looking in a shallow way. Instead it…

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Kumite class 3: Masahiko Tanaka

Kumite class 3 @xxxx[{::::::::::> Masahiko Tanaka: When you face an opponent in a fight, it is your sight that is responsible for giving you the basic information. That is why the eyes have an important role when engaging in tactics with a rival. . .It is an important fact that the eyes show your own…

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ki club.cool = karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam sinds 1994 - Kumite class 2: Masahiko Tanaka

Kumite class 2: Masahiko Tanaka

Kumite class 2 @xxxx[{::::::::::> Masahiko Tanaka: Through the senses of hearing, sight and touch, people receive information at different speeds. We react to our sense of sight faster than to our sense of touch, and to our sense of hearing faster than to our sense of sight. These principles are very valuable and useful in…

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ki club.cool = karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam sinds 1994 - KUMITE CLASS-Masahiko Tanaka

Kumite class 1: Masahiko Tanaka

Kumite class 1 @xxxx[{::::::::::> Masahiko Tanaka: During a fight, you should mentally create your own world behind your eyes. In this way you can seize the initiative and connect the elements that influence your goal in a positive way. But what does “your own world” mean?. . . For example, you fill the whole area…

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Martialarts mascottes

Mascottes van de Martialarts: The Four Guardians 👹👹👹👹 of the Tōdai Temple, Nara, Japan. Statue in dry clay. ‘Dit is Komoku-ten, the guardian of the west, symbolizes the un of A-un. His expression is that of the spirit of power in reverse.’ (Karate-Do Kyohan, Gichin Funakoshi, blz 246) A & UN: Komoku-ten 👹 met zijn…

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ki club.cool = karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam sinds 1994

Ma-ai (間合い) #2

Ma-ai (間合い) en/of Ma (間). DEEL 2: “The Ma requires advancing and retreating, separating and meeting.” Uit: Karate-do Kyohan, MAXIMS FOR THE KARATE TRAINEE, “Eight important phrases of Karate”. Gichin Funakoshi. foto: Yuru Chara (Japanse mascotte) wurmt zich door een ov-poortje. @ ki club.cool (karateschool Amsterdam)

ki club.cool = karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam sinds 1994

Ma-ai (間合い) #1

Ma-ai (間合い) en/of Ma (間). DEEL 1: Ma-ai (間合い), translating simply “interval”, is a Japanese martial arts term referring to the space between two opponents in combat; formally, the “engagement distance”. It is a complex concept, incorporating not just the distance between opponents, but also the time it will take to cross the distance, angle…

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