ryuha

Ryuha

Gyokko Ryu Kosshijutsu:

Unarmed striking study of Chinese origin. “Sister school” to Koto Ryu, is sometimes considered 1/2 (circular) of a single movement style.

Koto Ryu Koppojutsu:

Unarmed striking waza of Chinese origin. “Sister school” of Gyokko Ryu, sometimes considered 1/2 (linear) of a single movement style.

Gikan Ryu Koppojustu:

Unarmed striking waza of Chinese origin. Off-shoot of the Gyokko/Koto Ryu duality. Contains many of the best points of both.

Shinden Fudo Ryu Jutaijutsu:

Japanese wartime, armored arms-length and ground grappling waza. Armor-specific takedowns and dislocations.

Shinden Fudo Ryu Dakentaijustu:

Japanese wartime armored striking and takedown waza. Armor-specific strike targeting and grip considerations.

Yagyu Shingan Ryu Kacchu Yawara:

Japanese wartime, armored striking and throwing waza. Armor-specific strikes and throws to invert the opponent.

Kukishinden Dakentaijutsu:

Japanese wartime, armored striking and throwing waza. Armor-specific strikes and throws to invert the opponent.

Kukishinden Bojutsu:

Japanese war/peacetime, 6 foot staff (broken pole-arm) waza, usually against a swordsman.

Kukishinden Bikenjutsu:

Japanese wartime, armored swordsmanship waza. This is not fencing-range sword work. It is learning to close the distance to grappling-range.

Togakure Ryu Ninpo:

Japanese war/peacetime, specialized movement, equipment, and weapons skills. Intended for the furtive agent to disguise, infiltrate, conceal, exfiltrate in hostile areas.

Mugen Shinto Ryu Iaijutsu:

Japanese peacetime, unarmored swordsmanship waza from the quick-draw against possible ambush.

Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu:

Japanese peacetime, unarmed, arms-length grappling waza. Intended for self-defense, predecessor of modern Aikido. This Ryu specializes in teaching the use of your Ki to propel the wazas.

Asayama Ichiden Ryu Taijutsu:

Japanese peacetime, unarmed arms-length grappling waza intended for self-defense and restraint utilizing posture and joint manipulation. This Ryu specializes in teaching the use of your Ki to propel the wazas.

Takagi Yoshin Ryu Jujutsu:

Japanese peacetime, possibly armed arms-length grappling waza. Intended for policing actions; restraint, arrest, knife defense.

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