Jumat, 14 Februari 2014

Teknik Dasar Shorinji Kempo #1 Zazen


     Ada banyak sekali teknik dasar dalam shorinji kempo. Mulai dari zazen, sikap berdiri, gerakan tubuh, langkah kaki, pukulan, tendangan, tangkisan, dan sebagainya. Dari teknik-teknik dasar tersebut, akan kami jelaskan satu per satu. 
Teknik dasar yang pertama adalah sikap zazen. Zazen adalah cara meditasi berasal dari Zen. Shorinji Kempo menggabungkan Zazen sebagai cara penting dari pelatihan mental. Ketika berlatih Zazen, bebaskan pikiranmu dan bernafas teratur.
     Berikut adalah cara duduk untuk Zazen. Ketika berdiri, mengambil langkah-langkah sebaliknya untuk duduk.
(1) Berdiri sikap Kesshu gamae
zazen01
(2) Mundurkan kaki kananmu
 zazen02
(3) Tempelkan lutut kaki kananmu di lantai
 zazen03
(4) Masukan lutut kanan ke sisi kanan dan bawah pinggulmu tepat setelah pergelangan kaki kananmu.
 zazen04
(5) Atur pinggulmu di lantai dan menempatkan ditekuk kaki kanan di depan pinggulmu seperti ditunjukkan pada gambar kiri.
 zazen05
(6) Tarik pergelangan kaki kirimu ke pergelangan kaki kananmu, kamu dapat menggunakan tanganmu untuk membantu menarik pergelangan kaki kirimu (posisi bersila dengan posisi kaki kiri berada di atas paha kaki kanan).
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Teknik Dasar Shorinji Kempo #2 Taisabaki


Kali ini kita akan membahas tentang “Gerakan Tubuh (Taisabaki) 体捌きの基本”
Apa itu taisabaki? Taisabaki berarti “gerakan tubuh” untuk menghindari pukulan dan tendangan dengan cara mengubah arah tubuh.
Ada banyak cara untuk menghindari pukulan dan tendangan dengan menggunakan taisabaki. Hal yang harus diperhatikan adalah nama-nama dari gerakan taisabaki, antara lain:
Yoko furimi 横振身
yokofurimi
Langkahkan kaki kananmu ke kanan sedikit dan ayunkan tubuhmu ke kanan seperti gerakan furiko.
Ryusui 流水
 ryusui
Langkahkan kaki kanan ke kanan sedikit dan gerakkan tubuhmu 45 derajat ke kanan dibarengi bahu kiri sehingga tubuh bergerak ke kanan.
Sorimi 反り身
sorimi
Letakkan berat badanmu ke kaki belakang, lalu ayun/tarik tubuhmu ke belakang.
Hikimi 引き身
hikimi
Tarik tubuh bagian tengah ke belakang untuk menjauhkannya dari jangkauan lawan.
Selain itu, ada beberapa cara dasar mengubah arah tubuh, yaitu:
Han Tenshin 半転身
 hantensin
Tarik kaki belakang di belakang kaki kiri untuk berbelok ke kanan dan menggeser tubuh ke kiri.
Kamu dapat menghindari pukulan atau tendangan lurus dari lawan dengan teknik ini.
Gyaku Tenshin 逆転身
gyakutensin
Tarik kaki depan di belakang kaki kanan untuk berbelok ke kiri dan menggeser tubuh ke kanan. Kamu dapat menghindari pukulan atau tendangan lurus dari lawan dengan teknik ini.
Han Tenkan 半転換
hantenkan1
Hadap kanan. Jangan lupa harai uke.
hantenkan2
Hadap kiri. Jangan lupa harai uke.
Zen Tenkan 全転換
zentenkan
Masukan kaki depan di depan kaki belakang dan berbelok ke kanan 180 derajat untuk menghadapi lawan di belakangmu (balik kanan).
Nisoku Zen Tenkan 二足全転換
 nisozenten
Kamu dapat berputar 180 derajat dalam dua langkah. Teknik ini penting untuk membuang lawan dengan Juho.
Source: Kenseikai
 

Kamis, 13 Februari 2014

Elemental techniques

icon Elemental techniques Establish a basic
skill level through
illustrated tips.
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Basically, you have to learn Shorinji Kempo at a branch where an official instructor can teach you each techniques. Shorinji Kempo is not suitable for self learning. Especially, you need your partner to learn Juho to know how it works and what kind of pain each Juho technique causes.
However, it may be worth you practice some techniques by yourself at home after you have been taught them at the branch. This page may be helpful for you to remind you of some tips of each techniques. Practice those techniques as many times as possible, to make these techniques part of your inherent ability.
Listed below, basic movements and technical words and tips for some important techniques.

English names given to each techniques may different from the WSKO's authorized technical term. I put them just for your ease of understanding. If you find out the difference between the names used in this page from the WSKO's terminologies, please let me know by email, thank you.
 newToday's basic technique
Recently introduced explanations about the basic techniques are listed in the menue below, please select and click to see the explanation.
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Index Comments
Basic stance Foot positions and basic way of standing and how to sit.
Basic postures Basic postures of Byakuren chool and Giwa shool.
yokofurimi Body movement How to move your body and dodge.
maekumoashi Basic steps Basic way of carring your body.
Body parts
Body parts used in offense and defense.
Elemantal techniques in Goho Basic movement in Goho, such as punch, kick and guard.
Tips and explanation
Important tips about specific techniques.

Basic stance Back to index next topic
Basic stance is called Sokui ho in Shorinji Kempo. Listed below are some of basic stances.

How to sit.
Click here to see how to sit down on the floor for Zazen.
The basic style for meditation is shown.

Example of several foot position.
Foot position Name Foot position Name

Kaisoku
open stance

Heisoku,
closed stance

Gyaku choji
,
regular stance

Mae kagi ashi
,
front foot right angle stance,
a transitional stance.

Ushiro kagi ashi
,
rear foot right angle stance, a transitional stance.

Yoko kagi ashi
,
front foot step over stance, a transitional stance.

Hachiji ashi
,
kanji "eight" figure stance.

kawashi ashi,
cross leg stance, a transitional stance.

Listed below are basic way of standing.
Stance Name Stance Name Stance Name

Zenkutu dachi
,
front weight position

Koukutu dachi,
rear weight position

Nekoashi dachi,
front kick position

Kiba dachi
,
low weight position

Fukko dachi,
knee position

Ku no ji dachi,
standard standing position

Basic postures Back previous topic to index next topic
Tai gamae, or posture, is a position useful in guarding yourself and initiating offence.

Eight postures of Byakuren school
Gassho gamae Manji gamae Midare gamae Hasso gamae Taiki gamae Gyaku taiki gamae Aiki gamae Byakuren chuudan gamae

Nine postures of Giwa school
Kesshu gamae Ichiji gamae Niou gamae Chudan gamae Gedan gamae Gyaku gedan gamae Fukko gamae Tachi muso gamae Yoko muso gamae

Fujin hou, Relative positioning
There are three types of positionings as shown below.
Seitai gamae You face your opponent as shown in the left figure.
Tai gamae When your opponent stands with his left (right) foot forward, you stand with your left (right) foot forward.
Hiraki gamae When your opponent stands with his left (right) foot forward, you stand with your right (left) foot forward.

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