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Kata No Rokugensoku


 

Kata should be done with changes in application of power. Technique can be strong or yeilding, hard then soft. (Chikara no Kyojaku) Kata must be performed with spirit. (Inen) Kata must be alive and done with feeling and purpose. (Ikita Kata) Six Principles of Kata (Kata No Rokugensoku)
Proper balance must be maintained in the performance of kata. Kata must be done with a proper rythm of breathing, when to inhale and exhale. (Kisoku no Donto) Kata should be done with variations in timing of movement, sometimes fast sometimes slow. (Waza no Kankyu)

 

1. Ikita Kata. Kata must be alive and done with feeling and purpose.

2.
Inen.
Kata must be performed with spirit.

3.
Chikara no Kyojaku.
Kata should be done with changes in application of power. Technique can be strong or yielding, hard then soft.

4.
Waza no Kankyu.
Kata should be done with variations in the timing of movement, sometimes fast, sometimes slow.

5.
Kisoku no Donto.
Kata must be done with proper rhythm of breathing, when to inhale and exhale.

6.
Balance.
Proper balance must be maintained in the performance of Kata.

(It doesn´t exist any good word for balance in the japanese language)

Uppdaterad: 12 MAJ 2011 05:09
Skribent: Håkan Edvinhielm

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