Training Program Aikibudo (Aikido Yoseikan)

Rokkyu

White Belt

Gokyu

Yellow Belt

YonKyu

Orange Belt

Sankyu

Green Belt

Nikyu

Blue Belt

Ikkyu

Brown Belt

Shodan

Black Belt I

Nidan

Black Belt II

Basic: Warm-Up

Tai Sabaki: stance, forms and moments

Sikko: Forms and Movements (sitting)

Ukemi: Falls & Breakfalls

- Ma Ukemi: Back

- Hidari: Left

- Migi: Right

- Jumpo: Front

Kokyu Ho: Ki training

Tehodoki I: Escape from hand grabs (6)

Suwari Waza I: Basics movements in sitting positions

Kotegaeshi: Wrist locks I (9)

Shiho Nage: 4-direction throws (9)

Yukichigae I: Wrist locks II (9)

 

Robuse: Elbow locks I (9)

 

Shomen Utchi: Against frontal atemi from above

Yokomen Utchi: Against atemi from the sides

Tsuki Age: Against punch at chest level

 

 

Review all learnt techniques against the above three atemi

Ude Osae: Elbow locks II (9)

 

Tenbin Nage: Elbow locks III (9)

 

Ushiro Kataotoshi: Backward throws (7)

 

 

 

 

 

Review all learnt techniques against three fundamental atemis

Kote Kudaki (Kote Mawashi): Wrist locks II (7)

 

Kote Hineri

Hiki Otoshi

 

Hamni Hamdachi: Basic movements against a standing uke while sitting

Yikichigae II: Wrist locks III (5)

 

Ude Hishigi: Elbow locks IV (7)

 

Mukae Daoshi

 

Tehodoki II: escape from hand grabs

 

 

 

 

 

Randori: Free-style training to work on reflects

Dogaeshi

 

Hachi Mawashi

 

 

Ashi Dori

 

Suwari Waza II: Review all learnt techniques and apply them in a sitting position

 

 

Self Defense Techniques I

 

Randori

Ude Garami

 

Kataha Otoshi

 

Atemi Jitsu: Basic attacks to the pressure points

 

Self Defense Techniques II:

- Held by sleeves

- Held by lapels

- From various directions

 

 

Training for assisting in teaching classes

Nage No Kata: Basic Aiki Jiujitsu techniques (demonstration)

 

Ken Jitsu: Basic sword fights

 

Review all learnt techniques with variations

 

Bare hands against stick, knife, sword...

 

Training for teaching classes

3 months

3 months

3 months

3 months

3 months

6 months

6 months

2 years

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