List of Aikido Katas with Videos & Instructions
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Wiki Revision Date - 25 Jan 2016 13:48
List of Aikido Katas with Videos & Instructions - Section supported by Aikido books
This page provides instructions for various Aikido katas (i.e. Koryu No Kata and Randori No Kata). For additional techniques, please visit the main Aikido techniques section.
You should also visit the Aikido section of our community site in order to discuss Aikido kata & techniques and/or meet Aikido students/instructors.
If you are looking for Jo katas, visit the Aikido Jo Katas section. For other katas (i.e. Karate or Judo), visit the main Katas & Forms section.
Koryu No Kata
- Koryu Dai Ichi
- Koryu Dai Ni
- Koryu Dai San
- Koryu Dai Yon
- Koryu Dai Go
- Koryu Dai Roku
Randori No Kata (Tomiki Aikido) - Randori No Kata consists of 17 basic Aikido techniques.
- Aikido Shomen-ate - Forward Strike To Head
- Aikido Aigamae-ate - Matching Stances Strike
- Aikido Gyakugamae-ate - Opposing Stances Strike
- Aikido Gedan-ate - Low Strike
- Aikido Ushiro-ate - Rear Strike
- Aikido Oshi-taoshi - Push Down
- Aikido Ude-gaeshi - Arm Turn
- Aikido Hiki-taoshi - Pull Down
- Aikido Ude-hineri - Arm Twist
- Aikido Waki-gatame - Side Pin
- Aikido Kote-hineri - Wrist Twist
- Aikido Kote-gaeshi - Wrist Turn
- Aikido Tenkai-kote-hineri - Rotating Wrist Twist
- Aikido Shiho-nage - Four Corner Throw
- Aikido Mae-otoshi - Forward Drop
- Aikido Sumi-otoshi - Corner Drop
- Aikido Hiki-otoshi - Pulling Drop
- London Aikido Dojo, http://www.londonaikido.com/, Added - 8/21/13
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