- Tegatana several times with emphasis on getting little details right.
- Hanasu 2-3 times as preview/warmup for chains.
- Chain #3 including wakigatame and kotegaeshi. This is what we spent the bulk of our time on and it is the thing we were wowed over. Release #3 has this amazing, light, continuous remarkable lack of feeling when done right - particularly when done inchain form instaed of hanasu kata form. This release #3 really seems to be the prototype for the correct releasing feeling.
- Part of chains #5 and #7 into various forms of kotemawashi, kaitennage, udegatame, or wakigatame.
Saturday, November 17, 2007
Amazing flow and continuity in Chain #3
Aiki with Kel
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