Aiki ju jutsu Olomouc, Czech
the japanese martial art of selfdefence
Welcome at the webpage of Takeda-Ryu Maroto-Ha Aiku ju jutsu in Olomouc, Czech Republic!
Our association follows traditional school of Takeda-Ryu Maroto-Ha which has branches in 12 countries worldwide.
The founder of the school is so-shihan ROLAND MAROTEAUX 9th Dan – Hanshi, who celebrated in 2011 in Avignon 50 years of active study of martial art. (More to read about Grand Master)
Aiki ju jutsu is traditional japanese martinal art which emphasizes “an early neutralization of an attack”. It emphasizes throwing techniques and joint manipulations to effectively subdue or injure an attacker. Of particular importance is the timing of a defensive technique either to blend or to neutralize an attack’s effectiveness and to use the force of the attacker’s movement against him.
Czech association of Takeda-Ryu Maroto-Ha currently teaches art of Aiki ju jutsu and Iaido. We regularly attend and organize international seminars and attend worldwide school meetings (Taikai).
Aiki ju jutsu is trained in the Czech Republic under the direct guidance of the Grand Master and under the guidance of foreign teachers. Teaching in the Olomouc dojo is led by sensei Filip Manek and Štěpán Tylich.
We run regular weekly lectures led in Czech and English language, so if you are interested in an art of Aiki ju jutsu o or just want to try it, you are very welcome to join us.
You can find us every Moday at 19:00 – 20:30
and every Wednesday at 17:30 – 19:00 (except holidays and feasts)
in the FIGHT GYM – OD Koruna, Zámečnická 2, Olomouc
Feel free to come n join us!
At the beggining you will need just comfortable sport dress and good mood. The rest will come later on.
Sensei: Filip Manek, Ph.D. – 2. Dan Aiki ju jutsu, 3. Dan Iaido, 1st Vice President of ESTAM
shihan Martin Camilleri sensei Filip Manek fuku shidoin Štěpán Tylich
……….. .Malta – 6. Dan Aiki ju jutsu 2. Dan Aiki ju jutsu 1. Dan Aiki ju jutsu
. 3. Dan Iaido 1st Vice President of ESTAM technical advisor for Czech Rep.
Significant elements of IAIDO Takeda Ryu school
· Kihon Waza – basic techniques (drawing the sword, cut with one or two hands, situation controling,
blood removal, sword insertion back to the sheath)
· Kata – coded cutting exercises, performed without partner
· Kirikomi Tai Sabaki no Kata – practical applications with partner, so rarely met in other schools
· Henka waza – free aplications and variations of learnt technigues performed solo or in couples
· Batto Djiai – free practice between two opponents, without touching the swords
· Tameshigiri – real sword test cutting (with shinken) – after 3rd Dan in Iaido
· Kenjutsu – contact practise of techniques and practise of free fight