Themes of Photography
Kojido's practice/instructions basically falls into two major integral categories:
1. The Primary form of art consists of: “Todi Jutsu, Aiki-Jujutsu, Tai-Jutsu & Tegumi ”, ‘the unarmed combat forms’. This is to help students to learn about their body Bio-mechanism before learning more complex extended arts, then they will be gradually instructed on the secondary form of art;
2. The Secondary form of art includes practicing strategies and roots of several Koryu Bujutsu and Weaponry:
- Ken-Jutsu: ‘Sword Art’;
- Ryoto-Jutsu: ‘Art of using both long and short sword at once’
- Bo-Jutsu: ‘Staff Art’
- Jo-Jutsu: 'Short Staff Art'
- Shuriken-Jutsu: ‘Spike Throwing Art’
- Sai-Jutsu: A metal fork like traditional weapon
- Tonfa - Jutsu: A traditional wooden weapon with a perpendicular handle
- Nunchaku: Two Sticks joint by chain of rob
There are several unique features in Kojido Martial Strategies. Kojido not only restores / promotes the values of Koryu, but also scientifically brings a balance of physically and mental training to the practitioners.
Features includes but not limited to:
1. There is an equal amount of practice on both right and left sides of the body;
2. There is a mirror practice on almost 95% of the techniques, movements and Kata (forms). That is whichever technique is performed on the right, it is also performed on the left;
3. Its movements are not limited to front and back or just one angle! It covers all directions, and it forms an eight pointed polygon star;
4. Its Bunkai (application) is taught at three levels of : 'Omote'; 'Ura'; and 'Honto'
5. Its Kumite (fight) is based on Bunkai-Kumite of all practiced strategies; As well as Riai Kumite
6. There is an emphasis on Scientific and Academic classical studies of martial arts and culture. ,Kojido's followers and instructors are being academically examined in addition to the practical physical test.