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Nishikaze Aikido

Thank you for supporting the new Nishikaze Aikido Society, Aikido in the tradition of Shoji Nishio Shihan.

As a Nishikaze Aikido TV subscriber, your membership directly supports our efforts and fuels our projects designed to empower the community and elevate the art of aikido. You'll also get on-demand access to the Nishikaze Aikido video collection which covers years of content from Nishio Sensei and leading instructors.

The Nishikaze Aikido TV video catalog will continue to grow over time. With your support we will continue to bring new content to add to our existing library to help shape the future of our art.

Thank you for joining us!

Sincerely,

Philip Greenwood
President, Nishikaze Aikido Society

  • Kaitennage 回転投

    18 Videos

  • Ikkyo 一教

    120 Videos

  • Nikyo 二教

    95 Videos

  • Sankyo 三教

    36 Videos

  • Yonkyo 四教

    26 Videos

  • Gokyo 五教

    8 Videos

  • Shihonage 四方投げ

    57 Videos

  • Iriminage 入身投げ

    59 Videos

  • Kotegaeshi 小手返し

    31 Videos

  • Other Techniques

    51 Videos

  • Aiki Toho Iaido

    133 Videos

  • Nishio Seminars

    3 Seasons

  • Yoshida Seminars

    11 Seasons

  • Other Seminars

    2 Seasons

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  1. Kaitennage 回転投

    18 Videos

    In general, kaitennage is among the techniques learnd early on in aikido training, and we tend to practice this technique in order to learn ukemi.

    It is also important for the way it symbolizes the very essence of aikido, namely by helping you cultivate an ability to move into your opponent’s dead angle space no matter what his movement.

    Kaitennage sometimes looks as if you’ve let the opponent grab your wrist and you are turning in response; ...

  2. Ikkyo 一教

    120 Videos

    The movement and footwork of kaitennage create the foundation for ikkyo, nikyo, etc. It's important in ikkyo to avoid pushing directly at the opponent. Instead, lead their movement out.

  3. Nikyo 二教

    95 Videos

    In introducing nikyo, it is important to note that the irimi movement used differs from that used in ikkyo. In ikkyo, you turn to the inside of your opponent’s body, bring your body close, and drop your hips as you enter. This movement contains movements similar to those used with a spear.

    For nikyo, however, you turn to the outside, and as you enter you raise your hips upward. This action contains movements similar to those used with a sword. I...

  4. Sankyo 三教

    36 Videos

    Aikido training usually begins by practicing techniques against wrist-grabbing type attacks (tedori). But knowing how to reverse such grabs to control and down your opponent is not aikido, namely because no true budoka ever allows an attacker to simply take hold of his wrist. Rather, he takes the initiative in striking (ate) before his opponent actually arrives with his attack. This is the rhythm, or "breath" (kokyu) of striking.

    Shoji Nishio Se...

  5. Yonkyo 四教

    26 Videos

    Techniques like nikyo and yonkyo can cause a considerable amount of pain. Even so, it's important to avoid depending on that pain in order to create an effective technique. Instead, study carefully the movements the underlie the techniques and work to establish a superior position.

  6. Gokyo 五教

    8 Videos

    Techniques like ikkyo and gokyo present the problem to trying to parry and grab. Do this technique like ikkyo, receiving the strike with the left hand against uke's arm, then taking the arm with your right hand when uke pushes back.

  7. Shihonage 四方投げ

    57 Videos

    Aihanmi katatedori shihonage is one of aikido's most representative throwing techniques. With aihanmi you open both your hand and body. This type of irimi is important because you face your opponent directly, which is particularly characteristic of aikido. By opening in this way, your opponent's attack misses its mark, but you remain in a position to control him. I often see people trying to do this movment simply by shifting their feet and bodies ...

  8. Iriminage 入身投げ

    59 Videos

    Although we use the term “shomenuchi,” meaning “straight frontal strike,” keep in mind that a real sword does not “strike” but rather “cuts.” Properly speaking, therefore, we should say “shomengiri,” meaning “straight frontal cut.” Nonetheless, the term “uchi” has become so widespread that we inevitably end up using it to refer to this kind of attack.

    Against shomenuchi there are two ways to shift your body: omote and ura, which refer generally ...

  9. Kotegaeshi 小手返し

    31 Videos

    If you try to perform gyakuhanmi kotegaeshi simply by raising your hand with the palm down to try to release it, or by attempting to cut the attacker’s hand away with the edge of your other hand, neither of these will work very well. They also take too long and give your opponent a chance to continue with his next attack. The important thing is always to be in a position to strike (ate), while at the same time staying out of range of potential stri...

  10. Other Techniques

    51 Videos

  11. Aiki Toho Iaido

    133 Videos

  12. Nishio Seminars

    3 Seasons

    Shoji Nishio’s lifetime of accomplishments included numerous rankings and honors in Japanese martial arts including 8th dan in Aikido, 7th dan in Nihon Iaido Zendoku, 6th dan in Kodokan Judo, 5th dan in Shindo Shizen Ryu Karate as well as training in Shindo Muso Ryu Jodo (staff) and Hozoin Ryu Yari (spear). He received the Budo Kyoryusho award from the Japanese Budo Federation for his lifetime contribution to the development and advancement of Aiki...

  13. Yoshida Seminars

    11 Seasons

    Koji Yoshida Shihan, was a student of Shoji Nishio Shihan for 34 years and was appointed by Nishio Sensei as his official successor to the U.S., France and Ukraine.

  14. Other Seminars

    2 Seasons

    Enjoy these seminars provided by other notable Nishio Aikido instructors.