In this video, I share a brief demonstration on The Art of Tenjin-ryu Jujutsu. A True Art of Traditional Budo Training.
[History of the Art, taken from www.BudoRyuNinjutsu.com ]
Tenjin Ryū Jujutsu (天神流柔術), literally meaning “Gentle Art of the Heavenly Divine” has it’s historical roots, classical kata and training methods dating back centuries to Japans warring past of the Sengoku period (戦国時代) and can be classified as a traditional school of jujutsu. It was founded by Soke Anshu Christa Jacobson by combining all of her koryū bujutsu (古流; classical Japanese warrior arts) and gendai budō (現代武道; modern martial arts) training that she experienced during her time as an apprentice.
Just as in the Koka-ryu school of Kempo, Soke Anshu wanted to share with her students all of the principals and strategies that was taught to her from her masters and share that with them. She also wanted a specific method of jujutsu for the Budo Ryu Kai that blends, flows and connects the other six traditions of the school together and can adapt in any situation. The Tenjin-ryu school of jujutsu is the glue that connects the other traditions together within the Budo Ryu Kai.
This lesson is directly for the practitioners of the ancient Japanese koryu martial arts of the ninja and samurai, such as ninjutsu (ninpo) and bujutsu (budo).
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