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ryusui-ryu (egbc)

East Grinstead Dojo  -  Established 1987
Martial Arts Training Schools

(December 2020)

Phone: 01342 313990

01323 873131

Email: info@ryusui-ryu.org

Mail: info@ryusui-ryu.org?subject=Contact Ryusui-ryu
Dojo events in May;
Sensei Waters Visit - TBC, Sensei Starks Visit - 18th and 27th
Leisure centre - none.      Online dojo - every Tues/Thurs until wk 17th May
Our guiding principle is that all Martial Arts are basically the same in their mode of operation and as such we practice a number of traditional Japanese martial arts (budo) as one art form.

Tai-sabaki is body movement; a key element of our style and is used extensively in our practice to allow us to develop soft flowing movements to avoid strikes, holds and multiple attackers.

Strikes and Covers - all of our atemi-waza (strikes) and covers (or blocks) are derived from our kata. Strikes are applied in a fluid manner directed to openings in the opponents guard whilst covers are used to control our opponent and shut down his/her options.

Application of the kata moves (bunkai) gives an insight into the fight sequence portrayed within each form. Groups of two or more participants will take turns to run through the kata sequence.

Kumi-Tai is the core of the style and is the main arena where all of our techniques come together. At the beginner level it is performed at a slow pace allowing the student to experiment safely and learn how to deal with a variety of attacks.  The emphasis is always on safety and learning, we often refer to this as ‘play fighting’. As such we are not learning to fight but we are learning the skills of fighting.  

We use Aikido, as taught by O-Sensei Ueshiba, and various Karate styles which have been blended into a unique mix to form Ryusui-ryu.

Our kata or forms are based on traditional forms from Goju-Ryu based system with a subtle blend of Shukokai-ryu and Shito-ryu styles.