Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Tonight, Sensei shared class with a fellow student from "the old days". J.S. sensei taught the first half of the class (after warm-ups). He stressed the importance of the role of uke in making a committed attack all the way through practice and not to start expecting the same responses from nage. A large portion of what we did was katatori kokyunage with a little kaitenage thrown in for spice. Sensei picked up with that and we did katatori iriminage and shihonage and ended with kokyudoza and some stretches.