Gyokko-ryu Kosshijutsu – Churyaku no Maki – Mats Hjelm

20 minutes, 611.6 Mb for $14.99 (H.264, AAC, 960×540) This was filmed on a seminar at Bujinkan Dojo Norrköping in November 2014. The theme was Gyokko-ryu Churuaku no Maki. There is no verbal instructions on this film. Each technique is demonstrated several times from all angles. It is approximately 20 Minutes playing time. 玉虎流 中略の巻 …

Keiko#31 GYOKKO-RYU JORYAKU NO MAKI with HOLGER KUNZMANN

120 minutes, 1.23 Gb for $19.99 (H.264, 400p) Available as download or DVD This DVD contains all 12 basic taijutsu techniques from Gyokko-ryu Kosshijutsu Joryaku no maki. They are taught and explained thoroughly as the basic foundation, and with many applications and henka. Title: Keiko31 – Gyokko-ryu Kosshijutsu Joryaku no maki Instructors: Holger Kunzmann Theme: …

Hankyou 2005 – Kaigozan Christmas Seminar

Reflections of this years Bujinkan theme, Gyokko-ryu kosshijutsu. Many people went to Japan this year and they all came together to share on this seminar. The instructors was Christian Spicker, Ola Grönlund, Martin Berg, Fredrik Markgren, Roger Mattsson, Petter Swedin, Kristoffer Metsälä, Christer Westberg, Mats Hjelm, Jonas Stenlund, Arvid Karlsson, Arne Elmlund. Most of the …

New DVD: Complete Gyokko-ryu Joryaku no maki with Holger Kunzmann

This DVD contains all 12 basic taijutsu techniques from Gyokko-ryu Kosshijutsu Joryaku no maki. They are taught and explained thoroughly as the basic foundation, and with many applications and henka. Title: Keiko31 – Gyokko-ryu Kosshijutsu Joryaku no maki Instructors: Holger Kunzmann Theme: Gyokko-ryu Kosshijutsu Joryaku no maki Recorded: Recorded in Stockholm April 30th-May 1st 2011. …

Kihon#06 KIHON SEMINAR #06 with HOLGER KUNZMANN (May 2011)

82 minutes, 579 Mb for $14.99 Only available as download This 82 minute video is from a seminar Holger taught at the Kaigozan Dojo in April/May 2011. On this video he teaches the Bujinkan Dojo Budo Taijutsu fundamentals. If you know the fundamentals really well you can then start putting each sequence together and better …