Why Mokuso?

Mokuso is a japanese term for silent meditation. First kanji reads as “moku” and means silence or stop and the second one is “so” and means to think or focus. Mokuso is a common way to start and to end a training session in the japanese martial arts and especially aikido.

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Donovan Waite

If you ever tried to find some good educational videos about ukemi – there’s a good chance that you stopped looking right when Donovan Waite Meeting the Mat explanations were found. This is what happened to me. You may get no idea why it’s attractive but you will get the feel that everything should work just like that because of the softness and smoothness of the moves.

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Yasunari Kitaura

Not much of the people, who had a chance to learn under O-Sensei himself, are still with us these days. They are in demand even much more then it’s physically possible to a young man, not an old one which they are. Yasunari Kitaura  is one of this small count and he still there to teach what he learned through his life. (more…)