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may be permitted to wear Hakama. This
decision may only be made by the Junsei
Reigi (Dojo Etiquette) Ryu Hoshin Jutsu Council.

Although the facets of Dojo Etiquette are • Students are permitted to wear specialist
numerous, the following points are perhaps the training socks or boots (Tabi) during training.
most important the everyday student. However students are not permitted to wear
trainers, sandals or shoes. For outdoor
training students are expected to supply their
• All students must be able to recite and give own Geta or Zori.
a reasonable translation for the “Junsei Ryu
Hoshin Jutsu Renmei Dojo Kun” • In order to be accepted into a grading, all
students are expected to attend in a clean Gi
• The title “Sensei” is not automatically and Hakama (Where applicable). With either
attained upon the obtainment of Sho-Dan the Junsei Ryu Mon on the front of the Gi
(Black Belt), therefore one should be careful jacket or on the upper sleeve of one arm.
as to only address appointed instructors as
Sensei. All Titles including that of Sensei are • When adjusting the position and state of
at all times to be rightly used as a Suffix. The ones Obi and Keikogi, the student should
correct method of address therefore should turn their back to the front of the Dojo, only
be “Ash Sensei” or “Ash Shihan” turning back around once their clothing has
been fully corrected.
As a simple sign of respect all Junsei Ryu
students should learn to instinctively bow on
the following occasions. Dojo Rules
• When entering or leaving the dojo building. • The command of the Sensei is to be
observed at all times.
• When entering or leaving a dojo room.
• There will be no smoking, chewing gum or
• When moving on or off the matted area of any any other unseemly behaviour in the dojo.
dojo room.
• No student shall join or leave the class,
• After any sensei has formally addressed you whilst the session is in progress without the
within the confines of the dojo. permission of the sensei in charge.

• When commanded to do so during the formal • No members will abuse, misuse or


bowing in/out at the beginning and end of each demonstrate their knowledge of Junsei Ryu
training session. Hoshin Jutsu to any person not authorised by
Junsei Ryu Hoshin Jutsu to receive them.
The Way To Dress • Strangle or sleeper hold must only ever be
practiced under the strict supervision of the
• All Junsei Ryu students must train in a sensei in charge.
standard white Gi, cleaned and ironed before
each training session.
• Grading will only be held under the direction
of the sensei with the prior approval of the
• Senior grade instructors are permitted to Junsei Ryu Hoshin Jutsu.
wear a black Gi top.
• Any injuries carried prior to training should
• All students must demonstrate and adhere be reported to the sensei in charge before
to correct belt, Gi and Hakama tying the student begins training. Should an injury
techniques. be received during training then it must be
reported immediately the Sensei in charge
• Hakama may be worn by senior instructors and recorded in the Dojo accident book.
of Sho-Dan grade and above with the
permission of the Junsei Ryu Hoshin Jutsu • The Junsei Ryu Hoshin Jutsu may terminate
Council. a students membership at any time should
their conduct become questionable.
• On occasion students of less than Sho-Dan
grade having demonstrated particular merit

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The Grading System: • Shin (Truth, Sincerity, Honesty)
• Rei (Respect, Politeness, Gratitude)
As with the majority of Gendai Martial Art
• Gi (Morality, Righteousness, Justice)
Systems, Junsei Ryu Hoshin Jutsu utilises a
• Chu (Loyalty, Faithfulness, Dedication)
Kyu-Dan (Coloured belts to signify the level of a
students’ rank and ability). Although the number • Meiyo (Honour, Integrity, Respect)
of grades can seem rather daunting, the • Yu (Courage, Bravery, Heroism)
Japanese use the phrase “Kaizen” which means • Jin (Benevolence, Selflessness, Humanity)
“Continuous Improvement In Small Steps”.
Basic Principles Of Combat
SENIOR GRADE DIVISIONS: Within The Junsei Ryu system there are eight
• Shichikyu (White Belt) basic principles considered vital in order to
• Rokkyu (Yellow Belt) master the art. Each of these principles can also
• Gokyu (Orange Belt) be represented within the Eight circles of the
• Yonkyu (Green Belt) Junsei Ryu Mon (Heraldic Device)
• Sankyu (Blue Belt)
• Nikyu (Purple Belt • Heiho (Combative Strategy)
• Ikkyu (Brown Belt • Ishi (Intention, Objective)
• Sho-Dan (Black Belt) • Aiki (Joining Spirit, Yielding Forces)
• Ni-Dan (Black Belt 2 Red Tabs) • Ju (Gentleness, Efficiency Of Movement)
• San-Dan (Black Belt 3 Red Tabs) • Kempo (Attacking Vital Points)
• Yon-Dan (Black & Red Block Belt) • Kamae (Posture)
• Go-Dan (Black & Red Block Belt) • Shintai (Body Movements)
• Rokudan (Red & White Block Belt) • Su Ha Rei (Bringing Life Experience Into Training)

JUNIOR GRADE DIVISIONS:


• White Belt Technique Types
• Half Yellow Belt
• Yellow Belt
• Half Orange Belt Dachi To Kamae (Stance & Posture)
• Orange Belt The term Dachi (Stance) is most commonly
• Half Green Belt used in reference to static positions especially
• Green Belt the position of the body from the waist down;
• Half Blue Belt whereas Kamae (Posture) refers to the fluid
• Blue Belt posture of the entire body, as well as
• Half purple Belt encompassing one's mental composure.
• Purple Belt
• Fudo Dachi (Immovable Stance)
• Half Brown Belt
• Kiba Dachi (Horse Riding Stance)
• Brown Belt
• Kokutsu Dachi (Backward Leaning Stance)
• Junior Sho-Dan (Black & White to Black & Brown)
• Nekoashi Dachi (Cats Leg Stance)
• Sanchin Dachi (Three Wars Stance)
• Soshin Dachi (Angled Fighting Stance)
Technique Types • Tsuruashi Dachi (Cranes Leg Stance)
• Yoi Dachi (Formal Ready Stance)
• Zenkutsu Dachi (Forward Fighting Stance)
Bushido (The Tenets Of A Warrior)
Within The Junsei Ryu we encourage students • Happo No Kamae (Eight Directions)
to look into the cultural and philosophical
aspects of the art they are studying. Perhaps the • Seiza (Formal Sitting / Kneeling)
most fundemental part of this study is that of • Kiza (Half Sitting / Kneeling)
Bushido (The Way Of The Warrior), A code of
• Agura (Crossed Legs Sitting)
ethics laid down by Japans Feudal Samurai. Far
• Shikko (Walking On Knees)
from being a stringent code of conduct, Bushido
can allow an individual to rationalise the chaos • Hanka-Fuza (Half lotus Position)
of their own lifes, to the benefit of all. From clan • Kekka-Fuza (Full Lotus)
to clan the exact details of the Bushido code
could change, the following example is that used
within the Junsei Ryu.

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Shintai (Movement) Ju-Nana No Kogeki (17 Attacks)
The term Shintai (Movement) is used to describe The term Ju-Nana No Kogeki (17 Attacks) is
the numerous methods of advance and retreat used to describe the 17 most common attacks
movements that a Jujutsuka can utilise during a that students of the Junsei Ryu Hoshin Jutsu
combative encounter. Renmei utilise during combative training. Attacks
are practiced from both Left and Right sides
• Kuzushi (Balance Destroying) (where applicable).
• Maai (Fight Distancing)
• Chikama (Short Distance) • Shomen Atama Ate
• Itto-Ma (One Step Distance) (Strike To Top Of Head (L/R)
• Chuma (Middle Distance)
• Toma (Long Distance) • Yokomen Atama Ate
(Strike To Side Of Head (L/R)
• Ashi Sabaki (Foot Shifting)
• Ayumi-Ashi (Crossing Step) • Uraken Yokomen Atama Ate
• Irimi (Entering Movement) (Back Fist To Side Of Head (L/R)
• Tai Sabaki (Body Shifting)
• Tenkai (Hip Shift To Avoid Attack) • Atama Tsuki Ate
(Straight Punch To Face (L/R)
• Tenkan (Exiting Movement)
• Tenshin (Step And Pivot To Avoid Attack)
• Ren Tsuki Atama
• Tsugi-Ashi (Shuffle Step)
(Double Punch To Head)
• Ude-Furi (Spin Step)
• Chudan Tsuki Ate
(Straight Punch To Stomach (L/R)
Mokusou (Meditation)
The term Mokusou (Meditation) is used to • Chuden Mawashi Geri
describe the various types of meditative (Roundhouse Kick To Torso (L/R)
techniques practiced within the Junsei Ryu
Hoshin Jutsu Renmei. • Hadaka Jime
(Rear Naked Choke)
• Seiza (Formal Sitting / Kneeling)
• Hanka-Fuza (Half lotus Position) • Morote Eri Dori, Hiza Gashira Ate
• Kekka-Fuza (Full Lotus) (Double Collar Grab Followed By Knee Strike)
• Hokkai-Join (Gesture Of Reality)
• Ibuki (Breathing Methods) • Morote Eri Dori, TsuzukI Ate
• Zanshin (Remaining Mind) (Double Collar Grab Followed By Head-Butt)
• Zazen (Self Contemplative Meditation)
• Mushin (No Mind) • Ushiro Morote Eri Dori
(Rear Double Collar Grab Into Drag-Down)
• Fudoshin (Immovable Mind)
• Shoshin (Open Mind)

Atemi Waza (Striking Techniques)


Ukemi Waza (Breakfalls) The term Atemi Waza represents the enormous
The term Ukemi Waza represents the numerous wealth of striking techniques practiced by
methods of falling safely when being thrown. students of the Junsei Ryu Hoshin Jutsu
Renmei, and covers every method of attack from
• Mae Ukemi Waza (Front Fall) a simple slap to a spinning roundhouse kick.
• Maki Komi Ukemi Waza (Front Flipping Fall)
• Ushiro Ukemi Waza (Back Fall) UDE WAZA (Strikes with the Fist & Arm)
• Ushiro Zempo Ukemi Waza (Back Rolling Fall)
• Yoko Ukemi Waza (Side Fall) • Empi Tsuki Ate (Elbow Strike)
• Zempo Ukemi Waza (Front Rolling Fall) • Gin Tsuki Ate (Snap Punch/Jab)
• Zempo Yoko Ukemi Waza (Rolling Side Fall) • Gyaku Tsuki Ate (Reverse Punch)
• Hito Tsuki Ate (Ridge Hand Strike)
• Ippon Ken (Single Knuckle Strike)
• Kote Uchi Ate (Forearm Strike)
• Kumade Uchi Ate (Bears Claw)

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• Oi Tsuki Ate (Follow Through Punch) Nage Waza (Throwing Techniques)
• Ren Tsuki Ate (Double Punch)
• Shotei Uchi Ate (Palm Heel Strike) • Ashi Nage Waza (Throws With The Leg)
• Shuto Uchi Ate (Ridge / Knife Hand) • Koshi Nage Waza (Throws From The Hip)
• Tetsui Tsuki Ate (Bottom Fist Strike) • Seo Nage Waza (Throws from The Shoulder)
• Toho Ate (Web Of Hand Strike) • Sutemi Nage Waza (Sacrificing Techniques)
• Uraken Tsuki Ate (Back Fist) • Te Nage Waza (Throws With The Hand)
ASHI WAZA (Strikes with the Leg & Foot)

• Fumikomi (Stamp) Ran-No-Kaizen (Chaos Training)


• Hiza Gashira Ate (Knee Strike) Using a loosely controlled representation of true
• Mae Geri (Front Kick) fighting we utilise Ran-No-Kaizen to improve
• Mae Geri Kekomi (Front Snap Kick) students subconscious reactions. Dependent
• Mawashi Geri (Roundhouse Kick) upon the grade of the student in question a set
• Ushiro Geri (Back/Reverse Kick) number of combatants will attack the student for
• Yoko Geri (Side Kick) a set amount of time. Each time either the Uke
or Tori makes a submission one Uke is removed
• Yoko Geri Kekomi (Side Thrust Kick)
from the group. The fight continues until either
no combatants remain or the time runs out.
ATE WAZA (Other Striking Methods)
• Randori (Free Fighting Against One Opponent)
• TsuzukI Ate (Head-Butt)
• Taninzu-Gake (Free Fighting Multiple opponents)
• Kamimasu (Bite)
• Me Kage Ate (Eye Hooking Gouge)
• Ago Kage Ate (Mouth Hooking) Buki-Dori (Unarmed Weapons Defence)

• Tanto-Dori (Unarmed Knife Defence)


Uke Waza (Blocking Methods) • Keibo-Dori (Unarmed Baton Defence)
• Nawa-Dori (Unarmed Garrotte Defence)
UDE UKE WAZA (Blocks with the Fist & Arm)
Buki-Waza (Weapon Techniques)
• Gedan Bari (Downward Forearm Block)
• Jodan Uke (Upper Rising Block) • Tanto-Waza (Knife Technique)
• Soto Uke (Outside Block, Using Forearm) • Keibo-Waza (Baton Technique)
• Uchi Uke (Inside Forearm Block) • Hojo-Waza (Garrotte / Rope Technique)
• Shuto Uke (Knife Hand Block)
• Juji-Uke (X-Block)

ASHI UKE WAZA (Blocks with the Leg & Foot)

• Teisoku Uke (Sole Of The Foot Block)


• Ashibo Uke (Shin Block)
• Futomom Uke (Thigh Block)
• Hiza Uke (Knee Block)

Tachi Waza (Standing Techniques)

• Kaeshi Waza (Countering Techniques)


• Ne Waza (Groundwork Techniques)
• Shime Waza (Strangulation Techniques)

• Kansetsu Waza (Locking Techniques


• Ude Waza (Arm Locking Techniques)
• Ashi Garame Waza (Leg Locking Techniques)

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Shichikyu (7th Grade) Uke Waza (Blocking Methods)
White Belt • Junsei Uchi Kata (Basic Blocks)
• Soto Uke (Outside Block, Using Forearm)
• Uchi Uke (Inside Forearm Block)
Reigi (Dojo Etiquette)
Demonstrate Correct Reigi, Including Obi-Waza. Kansetsu Waza (Locking Techniques)

Bushido (The Tenets Of A Warrior) UDE WAZA (Arm Locking Techniques)


Name The Seven Tenets Of Bushido
• Ude Kujiki
Shintai (Movement) (Straight Arm Lock)

• Kannuki Gatame
• Kuzushi (Balance Destroying) (Shoulder Restraint X 2)
• Maai (Fight Distancing)
• Tai Sabaki (Body Shifting)
Nage Waza (Throwing Techniques)
Dachi To Kamae (Stance & Posture)
• Ogoshi
(Major Hip Throw)
• Happo No Kamae (Eight Directions)
• Junsei Dachi Kata (Basic Stances) • Ushiro Goshi
(Reverse Hip Throw / Step Past Hip Throw)
Ukemi Waza (Breakfalls)
• Ura Goshi
(Rear Hip Throw)
• Mae Ukemi Waza (Front Fall)
• Maki Komi Ukemi Waza (Front Flipping Fall) • Fumi Ogoshi
• Ushiro Ukemi Waza (Back Fall) (Stamp Throw)
• Ushiro Zempo Ukemi Waza (Back Rolling Fall)
• Yoko Ukemi Waza (Side Fall) • Kami Ashi Hishigi
• Zempo Ukemi Waza (Front Rolling Fall) (Recumbent Ankle Throw)
• Zempo Yoko Ukemi Waza (Rolling Side Fall)
Kaeshi Waza (Counter Techniques)
Ju-Nana No Kogeki (17 Attacks)
• Morote Eri Dori, Kaeshi Waza
• Strike To Top Of Head (L/R) (Countering Double Collar Grab X 4)
• Strike To Side Of Head (L/R)
• Back Fist To Side Of Head (L/R) • Ushiro Morote Eri Dori, Kaeshi Waza
• Straight Punch To Face (L/R) (Countering Rear Double Collar Grab X 4)
• Double Punch To Head
• Double Collar Grab (Followed By Head-Butt) • Ogoshi Kaeshi Waza
• Double Collar Grab (Followed By Knee) (Counter To A Major Hip Throw)
• Straight Punch To Stomach (L/R)
• Roundhouse Kick To Torso (L/R) • Ushiro Goshi Kaeshi Waza
• Rear Collar Grab Into To Drag-Down (Counter To A Reverse Hip Throw)
• Rear Choke
• Fumi Ogoshi Kaeshi Waza
(Counter To A Stamp Throw)
Atemi Waza (Striking Methods)
• Kami Ashi Hisigi Kaeshi Waza
• Gin Tsuki Ate (Snap Punch / Jab) (Counter To A Recumbent Ankle Throw)
• Gyaku Tsuki Ate (Reverse Punch)
• Uraken Tsuki Ate (Back Fist) Ran-No-Kaizen (Chaos Training)
• Fumikomi (Stamp)
• Mae Geri (Front Kick) • Taninzu-Gake (Two Opponents / Two Minutes)

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