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Family Jujutsu Heritage Part 3 1959 -

The headteacher of Bushinkai’s Japanese and Okinawan martial arts division is Simon Keegan (5th Dan Karate, 5th Dan Jujutsu). This series of articles looks at his family’s Jujutsu history. 926 more words

Jujutsu

Bushinkai training divisions

KARATE JUTSU
The Karate division is headed by Simon Keegan who holds the grade of 5th Dan Renshi. Simon is recognised by Kokusai Budoin (Japan’s oldest martial arts fraternity) as the organisation’s senior UK Shotokan Karate instructor. 493 more words

Karate

Japanese sword training

Bushinkai headteachers David Keegan and Simon Keegan pictured training in the Japanese Koryu (authentic Samurai period art) of Mudo Jikiden Eishin Ryu including with Japanese masters Tose, Yoshida, Iwasa and Demura. 112 more words

Iaido

Biography of Tai Chi and Iaido headteacher David Keegan

DAVID KEEGAN (SIFU)

Yinhu Wu Duan (5th Dan silver Tiger)
Deshi: Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu

David Keegan is a Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) and Iaido instructor who has taught all over the country for many years. 609 more words

Tai Chi

Aprendiendo

El tiempo pasa volando. La primera vez que visité formalmente el dojo de mi sensei, yo recién había pasado mi examen de Nidan (2 dan), y ella llevaba menos de un año de haber sido aprobada como Nanadan (7 dan). 1,612 more words

Iaido

Antes de comenzar

Me gusta mucho leer los blogs sobre budo. Hay mucha gente que se preocupa por transmitir sus pensamientos en forma de letras. Sin embargo, hay pocos blogs sobre budo en español. 351 more words

Iaido

Leave the ego at the door

Ego – def. a person’s sense of self-esteem or self-importance.

Saying someone has a large ego or a super-ego is generally meant as an insult yet arguably we need some ego in order to keep functioning in daily life.   663 more words

Martial Arts