Counting in Japanese! Useful when learning the Tomiki walking  kata as movements are performed while a leader counts to eight in Japanese.

Japanese numbers: my brother had a beautiful white Persian (one blue eye, one…

My foundation - the hard and soft style of the empty hand way  I Am a GoJu Ryu Karate Ka

My foundation - the hard and soft style of the empty hand way I Am a GoJu Ryu Karate Ka

Tensho is a kata originating from Goju Ryu karate. Translated, it means "revolving hands", "rotating palms", or "turning palms. Here it is performed by Sensei Wessel Wilms from Wessels Martial Arts in the Garden Route, South Africa.

Tensho is a kata originating from Goju Ryu karate. Translated, it means revolving hands, rotating palms, or turning palms. Here it is performed by Sensei Wessel Wilms from Wessels Martial Arts in the Garden Route, South Africa.

Katas da Goju-Ryu: SEIYUNCHIN

Katas da Goju-Ryu: SEIYUNCHIN

Chojun Miyagi (1888-1953) is the founder of today's Goju-Ryu karate-do; he was responsible for taking Naha-te and formulating it into a system.  Miyagi was Kanryo Higaonna's most talented and chosen pupil.

Chojun Miyagi is the founder of today's "Goju-Ryu karate-do"; he was responsible for taking Naha-te and formulating it into a system. Miyagi was Kanryo Higaonna's most talented and chosen pupil. Un style de karaté.

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