Schools and style of martial arts that are participating in the 2016 festival are listed below.
|Jinmukan Japanese Sword School||Kenjutsu||Charlie Williams||4:32|
|Kansas City Kendo Club||Kendo||John Drakey||4:44|
|Okishikan||Okinawan Kenpo||Greg Lindquist||5:00|
|Tennese-do||Fan||Ashlie Emerson, Lori Bushner, Marsha Scrivner||5:12|
|Aikijuku Dojo||Aikido||Neil Segal||5:24|
|Shindo Muso Ryu||Jodo||Jeff Jones||5:36|
|Sword Cutting||Aikido||William Perkins||5:48|
|Kansas City Kendo Club||Kendo||John Drakey||1:00|
|Jinmukan Japanese Sword School||Kenjutsu||Charlie Williams||1:00|
|Okishikan||Okinawan Kenpo||Greg Lindquist||2:30|
Kansas City Kendo Club
Instructor: John Drakey
Jinmukan Japanese Sword School
Instructor: Charlie Williams
Style: Okinawan Kenpo
Instructor: Greg Lindquist
Instructor: William Perkins
Shindo Muso Ryu
Instructor: Jeff Jones
Shindo Muso Ryu Jodo – Koryu Bujutsu
Shindo Musō-ryū was founded in the early Edo Period (around 1600) by Musō Gonnosuke. According to legend, Gonnosuke fought a duel with the famous swordsman Miyamoto Musashi, which ended in defeat for Gonnosuke. Gonnosuke, shocked by his loss, retired to a cave on Mount Homan for a period of meditation, during which time he developed a new system for utilizing the jo against the sword. In a rematch, Gonnosuke used this new system, Shindo Muso Ryu, to fight Musashi to a draw, the only time Musashi is believed to have been defeated. For the next 300 years the ryu remained an exclusive art of the Kuroda samurai. Only in the 1900’s did the teachings of the ryu become more wide spread, beginning with military and police forces, and eventually being taught to westerners for the first time in the 1950s.
If interested contact Jeff Jones @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Art of Martial Arts Dojo
Style: Japanese Fan Defense
Instructors: Ashlie Emerson/Lori Bushner
The Art of Martial Arts (AMA) Dojo takes pride in doing things “the Dojo Way. AMA is dedicated to the highest quality of training by Okinawan Certified Instructors in the Central Missouri area. Right now is a great time for martial arts and there are so many martial arts styles available, and the AMA Dojo offers some of the most unique programs in Central Missouri. One of these programs is the Tennese-Do program that teaches the students Japanese Fan Defense. In this program students learn the basics of martial arts and self-defense while integrating the fan into their movements and using it as an extension of their body. The doors at the AMA Dojo are always open to all and any Martial Artist who is ready to learn and have fun.
Please visit our website at http://ama-dojo.com/ or call us at 573-632-6700.