Kensho Furuya – The Art Of Aikido



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The late Rev.Kensho Furuya was a 6th Dan in Hombu Aikido and 6th Dan Kyoshi in Muso Shinden Ryu Iaido, with over 47 years experience in martial artists.
Furuya Sensei earned his degrees in Asian Studies at the University of Southern California and Harvard University.
He trained at the Aikido World Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan in 1969, under the late Kisshomaru Ueshiba Doshu and established his Dojo in 1974.
Furuya Sensei was ordained as a Zen priest in 1988 and received the honor to speak at the United Nations in the following year.
He was the author of many articles on martial arts and has appeared on many television programs speaking on the subject.
He authored the book Kodo: Ancient Ways, and the acclaimed video series, The Art of Aikido which is in nine volumes.
On March 6, 2007, Reverend Kensho Furuya passed away while teaching at the Aikido Center of Los Angeles.
his final moments were in his beloved dojo, laughing with his loyal students.
For a soldier, the best place to die is on the battlefield and, even better, with a smile on his face.

Volume 1: Remembering the Founder of Aikido and Doshu• General Introduction to Aikido Techniques • The Principles of Entering and Turning • Keiko-Gi–The Practice Uniform • The Meaning of Practice.

Volume 2: Basic Techniques • Throwing and Joint Techniques • The 5 Controls: Ikkyo, Nikyo, Sankyo, Yonkyo and Gokyo.

Volume 3: Aikido is Commitment and Perserverance • Ukemi–Breakfall Training • More Basic Techniques and Freestyle Applications • The Principle of Tenshin • Ki–Vital Energy • Internal Breathing Exercises • Training is a
Lifetime Study.

Volume 4: Katate Tori Ryote-Mochi–Against 2-Hand Grip • Ryote Tori–Against 2-Hand Hold • Practice Serenity • Rei-Gi Saho–Etiquette in the Dojo • Koshinage–The Hip Throw • Words of a Zen Master • Words of Tesshu the

Volume 5: Beginning Your Practice •Going with the Flow • Suwari-Waza Kihon–Basic Techniques from Sitting Position• Gokyo-The 5th Control Against Knife Attacks • Hanmi Handachi–Sitting Techniques Against Standing Attacks • Kokyu Dosa–Sitting Ki Development Exercise • Katatori–Against Shoulder or Lapel Attacks • Su-Nin-Kake–Negotiating Multiple Attackers • Go-Nin-Kake-Randori–Freestyle Against 5-Man Attack.

Volume 6: Tsuki–Against Strikes and Punches • Yokomenuchi–Against Strikes and Punches from the Side.

Volume 7: Shomenuchi–Against Direct Thrusts • Ushiro-Waza–Basic Techniques Against Attacks from Behind: Ushiro Katatetori Kubishime–Choke from Behind, Ushiro Ryote-Tori–Both Hands from Behind, Ushiro Ryohiji-Tori–Both Elbows from Behind, Ushiro Ryokata-Tori–Both Shoulders from Behind.

Volume 8: Atemi Waza–Use of Striking in Execution of Techniques • Negotiating Kicks • Tanto-Tori–Strategy Against Knife Attacks • Aiki-Ken–Sword Training Fundamentals.

Volume 9: Jo-Introduction to Long Staff Fundamentals • Black Belt Examination Requirements.



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