Footwork is not just a kihon practice, but a skill that will develop alongside our seme throughout our shugyo.
Kendo footwork is so unique and probably does not exist in any other sport. The basic footwork is called “suri-ashi” (sliding feet). First, your right foot should be placed forward and the heel should be raised slightly off the floor. Be mindful that the gap between your right heel and Read More
Dojo literally means “place of the Way.” The word is a translation of the Sanskrit term “bodhi-manda” which refers to the “Diamond seat,” where Gautama attained nirvana sitting under the Bodhi tree. Thus, Dojo originally meant “a place where Buddhism is studied.” Kendo is not Buddhism, but because of the Read More