Koryu Budo Taijutsu Curriculum-

Major subjects

Taiso (stretching & body conditioning)
Kokkai (diet methods)
Taihenjutsu (evasion, tumbling & movement methods)
Ukemi Waza (breakfalls, rolling, tumbling Methods)
Tobi Waza (leaping skills)
Taijutsu (unarmed combat methods)
- Dakentaijutsu (striking methods)
- Jutaijutsu (grappling & throwing methods)
- Koshijutsu (nerve, organ, & muscle manipulation methods)
- Koppojutsu (skeletal manipulation methods)
- Jissen Newaza (battlefield ground fighting methods)
- Shime Waza (choking & strangulation methods)
Bojutsu (stick fighting methods)
- Rokushakubo (six-foot stick)
- Jojutsu (four-foot stick)
- Hanbojutsu (three-foot stick)
- Eda Koppo (short stick)
Kenjutsu (sword arts)
- Tachi (long sword)
- Kodachi (short sword)
- Nito (two swords)
- Tameshigiri (test cutting)
Battojutsu (sword drawing methods)
Tantojutsu (knife fighting methods)
Kusarifundojutsu (weighted chain methods)
Shurikenjutsu (blade throwing methods)
Sojutsu (spear fighting methods)
Naginatajutsu (halberd fighting methods)
Hojutsu (firearm methods)
Ninjutsu (espionage & special warfare methods)
Heiho (combat strategy)
Kyojutsu Ten Kan Ho (philosophy & combat psychology)
Kyokyuho (breathing methods)
Kiaijutsu (energy cultivation & harmonization methods)
Seishin Teki Kyoyo (spiritual refinement)

Auxiliary subjects

Juttejutsu (iron truncheon methods)
Tessenjutsu (war fan methods)
Kyoketsu Shoge (ring & dagger methods)
Kusarigamajutsu (sickle & weighted chain methods)
Hojojutsu (rope methods)
Kyujutsu (archery methods)
Fukiya (blowguns & darts)
Chimon (geographic strategy)
Tenmon (meteorological strategy)
Kayakujutsu (fire & explosives)
Suijutsu (water combative methods)
Kyomon (observation arts)
Mokuso (visualization, awareness & meditation methods)
Chikujojutsu (fortification methods)

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