Section Yoseikan Budo
The Martial Way of Righteousness Education
The Yoseikan Budo is a martial art, practiced both with bare hands (in the form of boxing, wrestling, projections, arm and leg locks, twists and ground fighting) and traditional Samurai weapons (saber, knife, stick, lance, etc.) in their normal form (steal, wood) or foam for fighting.
The learning of yoseikan-budô is based on the harmonious development of the body and mind. Thus, numerous bio-mechanical researches were undertaken in order to improve the movements and not to hurt the practitioner's body during the training sessions. The beginners begin by learning the basic wave movements and the different fighting techniques during randori (free practice) of mutual aid. This form of randori, based on the respect of the opponent, allows to test the techniques learned during the training sessions. The speed of the fighting is always adjusted according to the level of the practitioner. Through specific forms of training, the yoseikan-budô aims at the development of the faculties of adaptation, of the spirit of mutual help, of mental openness, all qualities that favor a harmonious and rich social life. The sense of responsibility, initiative and creativity are equally and constantly sought after by all practitioners, without the concern for efficiency being second.
At a higher level, practitioners seek to test the effectiveness of martial techniques in more "advanced" fights and through competition.
Man Dô Ichi (no) Gotoshi
(Ten thousand ways are only one)
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That's it ! The school resumes and with it the courses at the dojo! As all sections do not resume at the same time (some as of today and others as of September 4th), we invite you to contact the sections or the secretariat directly to find out when your section is back!
After the water damage at the Liotard Dojo, the city decided to close the dojo completely during the holiday period in order to replace the floor.
This does not mean the end of the training because most sections have introduced alternatives (including other training places) to continue the courses!
We invite you to contact your section representatives to find out what your section has set up and what will be the exact date of the re-entry.
If some of you would like to get business in their lockers before the start of the work and the complete closure of the dojo, we invite them to do so before the end of this week!