Salepage : Shorinji Kempo
This 2 DVD set will help us learn the fighting techniques of Shorinji Kempo the martial art known as Japanese Shaolin.
Shorinji Kempo was founded in 1947 by Doshin So, a Japanese martial artist. Shorinji Kempo is a martial art that not only trains health but also morals with many similarities with Shaolin martial arts. Shorinji Kempo was founded in Japan after World War II by Doshin. Today, Shorinji Kempo is a martial art in Japan with more than 1.4 million learners in 28 countries around the world.
What is Shorinji Kempo’s goal?
“A health mind and body”, that’s what Doshin So first mentioned and is Shorinji Kempo’s tagline. Martial arts are mainly for self-defense, not for attack. When practicing Shorinji Kempo, one trains not only the body but also the morality. Shorinji Kempo is a pure martial art (Budo) not a sport. Therefore, there is no competition in this sport.
Shorinji Kempo – Body & Mind Training
Shorinji Kempo is a martial art that can be learned by anyone, any gender, any age. Mining techniques use balance and specific pressure points (critical points) of the body. This means that strength is not required to perform any of the techniques.
However, Shorinji Kempo goes beyond the limits of self-defense. It benefits students through three main areas: self-protection, improved health, and spiritual development.
Physical techniques are divided into 2 techniques, Juho and Goho. Generally, the Goho technique is used against an opponent who attacks with a kick or punch, and the Juho technique is used when an opponent has grabbed or grabbed.
In addition to physical techniques, Shorinji Kempo also teaches the practice of Seiho and Zazen meditation. In Shorinji Kempo, everyone is taught that all are equal, with no gap in age, gender or education. High-ranking students will guide lower-ranked students or new students. New and lower-ranked students are encouraged to ask high-ranking students questions. Unlike other martial arts, in Shorinji Kempo, students are free to approach their teacher to ask a question. The color of the belt represents each person’s experience, not their ability to outperform the others.
Shorinji Kempo’s technique has a total of 3 parts with more than 200 moves. The first part that martial artists learn is Goho (hard) ie punches and kicks… The second part, after studying for about 3 months, they will begin to come into contact with Juho. This is the technique of kicking, locking, controlling. The most difficult part is Seiho, which is the acupressure point.
Shorinji Kempo’s fighting method.
Shorinji Kempo advocates defending first, attacking later. Lo protects herself with a dodge attack, then blocks and counterattacks to save maximum strength and protect her body as well as avoid openings.
According to South Asia Education and Training Consulting Company
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