Sunday, November 11, 2012

Dong Eui University College of Sport Science class

Grandmaster Kim Soo teaches Chayon-Ryu class at Dong Eui University, Busan,  S. Korea

Dong Eui University, the leading private university in Busan. Dong-Eui has gained fame in the fields of oriental medicine and engineering and has built solid reputations in other fields such as management, health sciences, nursing, and a range of sciences.

Grandmaster Kim Soo lectures on the principles of Chayon-Ryu.

Joined by Chayon-Ryu Sabomnin, 3rd degree black belt Robert Henriksen, who is visiting Grandmaster in Korea;
Grandmaster teaches the Chayon-Ryu Curriculum  at the College of Sport Science.

Re-introducing traditional martial arts vs martial sport back into Korea has been the challenge for Grandmaster Kim Soo, who in his teaching career has taught over 70,000 students world wide in the Chayon-Ryu system.

Chayon-Ryu is a system of martial arts developed to sustain its practitioner from the inside, uses natural movements and abilities to allow freedom-flow of techniques and balanced routines.

Its philosophy of non-violence enables the individual to practice daily without the need for mere speed, power, and the lure of competition.
Only through patience, diligence, sweat, and an open mind ("emptied cup") can one achieve the goals worthy of a Chayon-Ryu practitioner.

Sabomnim Robert Henriksen
Lifestyle Martial Arts for Health, Success & Longevity

Chayon-Ryu is based on natural movements found within each of its parent styles: Chinese Chu'an-Fa, Korean Taekwon, Karate-Do, Judo/Jujitsu, and Hapkido/Aikido.
Chayon-Ryu teaches natural body motion as the basis of all techniques, in order to promote power, safety, health, and fitness.

The same normal body motions found in such ordinary activities as twisting, throwing, and running are employed in Chayon-Ryu for the delivery of strikes, blocks, and kicks. Relaxed, natural motion flows more smoothly and efficiently, so power generated from natural motion is far greater than from contrived moves.
Grandmaster Demonstrates proper technique

Sabomnim Henriksen leads the class in warm up exercises

Grandmaster and Sabomnim lead kimasae chiruki, center punching drills
Grandmaster poses in a group photo with his students at Dong Eui University

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