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With Bruce Juchnik, Hanshi. Sei Kosho Shorei Kai, Intl.
When James Mitose began his teaching in 1942, at the encouragement of the late Robert Trias, he had no idea how martial arts, and specifically Kempo, would be viewed by people in the future. If he had known, his decision to teach may have been different.
The Pinan kata were created by Itosu Anko (and others). The forms came into the Kai from Thomas S.H. Young adopting the forms from Bobby Lowe of Kyokushinkai Karate. This video revisits and interprets the forms based on concepts and principles of Kosho Shorei Ryu.
Nekobuto - Cat dance forms. Created by James Mitose. Taught to Robert Trias and Thomas S.H. Young. Given the name out of respect for Gogen Yamaguchi of Japanese Goju-ryu Karate. Robert Trias taught the forms to Bruce Juchnik. The forms emphasize low stances, kicking and double strikes.
The Pinan kata were created by Itosu Anko (and others). The forms came into the Kai from Thomas S.H. Young adopting the forms from Bobby Lowe of Kyokushinkai Karate. This video gives insights and interpretation of the forms based on concepts and principles of Kosho Shorei Ryu.
The Miyama kata are signature forms of Kosho ryu, created by Bruce Juchnik, Hanshi. The forms showcase many of the elements of Kosho Ryu as far as martial movement and motion. The video will help with relating kata to kumite. Break through barriers of prejudice as it relates to your interpreta...