Martial Arts Classes

Tai Chi and Ryukyu Kobujutsu are an excellent way to improve and maintain your physical, mental and spiritual health. They certainly work for me!

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TIME   Mondays and Wednesdays
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VENUE    Japanese School, 12-20 Caledon Rd, Emmarentia, Johannesburg, South Africa

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STYLES & INSTRUCTOR

Tai chi is an internal Chinese martial art, known for its gentle, graceful, flowing movements. It is relaxing, mindful and low-impact, and helps you to gain better co-ordination, flexibility, stability and peace of mind. It is safe and suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

Ryukyu kobujutsu is a traditional Japanese martial art, developed in Ryukyu Islands and consisting of both empty-hand and weapon techniques. Emphasis is on timing and techniques, rather than physical power – an ideal martial art for women and the young at heart!

Masako has been practicing tai chi and ryukyu kobujutsu under Edward Jardine, head of International Tai Chi Society and the South African branch chief of Yuishinkai & Ryukyu Kobujutsu Hozon Shinko Kai, for over 20 years. She holds the 4th dan rank both in karate and weapons.

ENQUIRY  masako@osada.co.za
Book a free trial session!

Other classes offered by International Tai Chi Society and Yuishinkai & Ryukyu Kobujutsu Hozon Shinko Kai in Johannesburg and around:
Bruma*꙳, Norwood*, Wits University*꙳, Linmeyer*, Benoni*꙳, Actonville꙳, Edenvale*, Hartbeespoort* (* tai chi, ꙳kobujutsu)

There are three dojos in Cape Town – UCT, CBD and Edgemead.

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ON THE WEB
I Love Tai Chi (Masako’s facebook page on martial arts and physical/mental/spiritual well-being)
Ryukyu Kobujutsu Hozon Shinko Kai (Headquarters, Tokyo, Japan)
International Tai Chi Society
Tai Chi & Yuishinkai Kobujutsu (Wits University, South Africa)

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