Koryu Uchinadi Newcastle

Functional, application - based Martial Arts

 

Counting

1 - Ichi

2 - Ni

3 - San

4 - Shi

5 - Go

6 - Roku

7 - Shichi

8 - Hachi

9 - Ku

10 - Ju

11 - Ju ichi

12 - Ju ni

13 - Ju san

14 - Ju shi

15 - Ju go

16 - Ju roku

17 - Ju shichi

18 - Ju hachi

19 - Ju ku

20 - Ni 

Common Terms

Japanese

Ko Ryu Uchina-di

Kenpo Jutsu

Karate (car-ra-tay)

Sensei (sen-say)

Senpai (sem-pie)

Kohai (koe-hi)

Dojo (doe-joe)

Obi (oh-bee)

Gi (gee)

English meaning

Old style Okinawan Hand

(Fujian Quanfa) Art

Empty hand

Instructor / Teacher

Assistant Instructor / Teacher

Junior, one being mentored

Training hall

Belt

Uniform

 

Reishiki (ray-she-key) - Etiquette and meanings

  • Kiyosuke (key-o-ski)
  • Seiza (say-za)
  • Mokuso (mock-so)
  • Yame (yar-may)
  • Shomen ni (show-men-nee)
  • Rei (ray)
  • Sensei ni (sensay nee)
  • Otagai ni (o-toe-gar-nee)
  • Keritsu (care-rit-sue)
  • Onegaishimasu (ona-gashi-mas)


  • Domo arigato gozaimashita (domo_ah-ree-ga-toe-go-zar-ee-mush-ta)

  • Otsukare samma deshita (ots-kara summer desh-ta)

  • Come to attention
  • Kneel down - formal posture
  • Close eyes, meditate
  • End, finish, stop
  • Face towards the front
  • Bow, show courtesy
  • Courtesy to the Instructor / Teacher
  • Courtesy to each other
  • Stand up
  • Said when entering the Dojo, to the Instructor at the start of class and to fellow students before and after training
  • Formal Thank you / courtesy to the Teacher when bowing out at the end of class
  • Your time has been well spent, said to fellow students when bowing at the end of class

Prepare for Training

  • Junbi undo (joon-be oondo)
  • Seri undo (sare-ree oondo)
  • Antai gouwa
  • Moichido (moe-itchy-doe)
  • Hai (short, sharp Hi)

  • Warm up exercises
  • Cool down exercises
  • Opposite direction
  • One more time
  • Yes

Kihon Waza (key-hon wah-zah) - Basic Techniques

  • Tsuki waza (tskey wah-zah)
  • Jodan (joe-dan)
  • Chudan (chew-dan)
  • Gedan (gay-dan)
  • Kiai (key-i)

  • Punching techniques
  • Upper level
  • Middle level
  • Lower level
  • Shout with spirit

Receiving Techniques

  • Shiho uke waza (she-hoe oo-kay wah-zah)
  • Hidari (he-dar-ree)
  • Migi (mi-gee)
  • Jodan uke (joe-dan oo-kay)
  • Gedan barai uke (gay-dan baa-rah-ee oo-kay)
  • Uchi uke (oo-chee oo-kay)
  • Soto uke (so-toh oo-kay)
  • Kake uke (kar-kay oo-kay)
  • Shuto uke (shoe-toe oo-kay)

Drills

  • 4 directional techniques of receiving
  • Left
  • Right
  • Rising block
  • Downward block

  • Inside block
  • Outside block
  • Seizing block
  • Sword-hand block

  • Haishu waza (hi-shoe wah-zah)
  • Kaishu waza (ki-shoe wah-zah)
  • Keri waza (care-ree wah-zah)
  • Kamae waza (car-my-ee wah-zah)
  • Ne waza (nay wah-zah)
  • Futari geiko (foo-tar-ree gay-koe)
  • Tegumi (tay-goo-me)
  • Kata (carta)
  • Kumite (koo-mit-tay)
  • Taisabaki (ty-sar-barky)
  • Ashisabaki 

  • Combination strikes
  • Techniques with open hand
  • Kicking techniques
  • Defensive postures, stances
  • Ground techniques
  • Partner drill from solo exercise
  • 2 person exercise
  • Fixed pattern
  • Free fighting
  • Body movement
  • Foot movement

Geri (gairy) - Kicks

  • Mae geri (my-ee gairy)
  • Mawashi geri (ma-wash gairy)
  • Yoko geri (yoe-koe gairy)
  • Mikazuki geri

  • Front kick
  • Round house (turning) kick
  • Side kick
  • Crescent kick

Datchi (dutchee) - Stances

  • Shizentai yoi (shiz-en-tie yoy)
  • Musubi datchi (moo-soo-bee dutchee)
  • Kamae ite (ka-my it-tay)
  • Hatchi monji datchi (hutchee monjee dutchee)
  • Shiko dutchi (shee-ko dutchee)
  • Zencutsu datchi (zen-coot-soo dutchee)
  • Gyaku zencutsu datchi (gee-ar-koo zen-coot-soo dutchee)
  • Neko ashi datchi (necko ashy dutchee)
  • Tsuru ashi datchi or Ippon ashi datchi (tsooroo ashy dutchee)
  • Koza datchi (koe-za dutchee)
  • Sanchin datchi

  • Natural ready posture
  • Informal attention
  • Assume ready, first stance
  • Figure 8 stance

  • Sumo stance
  • Forward stance
  • Reverse forward stance

  • Cat leg (foot) stance
  • Crane leg stance or one leg stance

  • Crossed leg stance
  • Hour glass stance