Koryu Uchinadi karate
Tartu Budo club brings you the Koryu Uchinadi karate which roughly translates into ‘oldschool Okinawan martial art’. Unlike most modern karate styles, Koryu Uchinadi focuses on real combat, reminding more of MMA. Koryu Uchinadi involves all aspects of fighting: striking, blocking, throwing, binding, pressure point manipulation, choking, and ground fighting.
|Koryu Uchinadi karate||Laupäev 16:00||Võimla / gym||Andres Kaljuste, Tartu Budoklubi||EST|
The members of Tartu Kendo Club will introduce the legendary Japanese sword art and competitive sport dating back to the Middle Age. The Japanese sword holds the soul of the samurai and this weapon is one of the symbols of the Japanese culture. The term ‘kendo’ means ‘the way of the sword’.
|Kendo||Laupäev 14:45||Võimla / gym||Margus Freduenthal ja Andris Lõokene, Tartu Kendoklubi||EST|
SHINDO (“the way of the heart” in Japanese) is a bodywork therapy developed in Japan by Kazuko Kuratomi during the early 80s and consists of stretching and relaxation exercises. This therapy’s roots are in the ancient Oriental, mostly Japanese traditions. According to the Oriental customs, shindo regards the human as a whole. The purpose of shindo is to free the mind and body from the accumulated physical and emotional stress and achieve a balance between body and mind.
Shindo is suitable for children, adolescents, and even the elderly. Shindo is not connected to any philosophy or religion. This therapy helps people open up, get rid of stress, and find a way to themselves. It’s also suitable for professional massage. There are no contraindications for shindo.
During the demonstration, you can take part in many exercises. There is no requirement for special clothing.
|Shindo||Laupäev 14:15 - 16:15||141||Kadri Pettai, Eesti Shindo Ühing||EST|