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Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido

Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido

On the trail of the Samurai

This style is based on the exercise with traditional weapons, weaponless training and history and culture of Japan. It follows the theories of the five elements and the martial art, originated and developed by Miyamoto Musashi, the legendary Japanese Sword fighter.

A martial art, which improves individual self-confidence, stimulates health and trains character through the philosophy and tradition of the Samurai. Self-assured appearance and assertiveness, also preventive, joins tradition and modern life in this martial art. The personal development of body and mind independent of gender, age and physical conditions, is offered without participating in tournaments.

The characteristics of this art are high quality, suitable in everyday life, as well as the pursuit of perfection, which are continuously developed and awarded this concept repeatedly. Numerous social activities, also in nature, complete the concept.

In summary is “the way of the Samurai in the style of the dragon” in Japanese the Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido.

  • Tatsu = dragon
  • Ryu = style/school
  • Bushido = the way of the warrior (Samurai)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saiko-Shihan Christian Wiederanders 7dan

Christian Wiederanders, born in Speyer in 1972, has been actively practising Japanese martial arts in particular since 1977 and has since studied the teachings of Miyamoto Musashi, his Niten-Ichi-Ryu-Kenjutsu (two-sword school) and the teachings of Gorin-No-Sho (5 elements: earth, water, fire, wind and emptiness) in particular.

Over the years, he also had contact with other old styles such as Daito-Ryu-Aikijujutsu, Enmei-Ryu-Kenjutsu, Katori-Shinto-Ryu-Kenjutsu, Shindo-Muso-Ryu-Jojutsu, Yagyu-Shingan-Ryu, Sanada-Ryu-Shinobijutsu, Koga-Ryu-Shinobijutsu, Itatsu-Ryu-Hojojutsu. Modern styles include Judo, Ju-Jutsu, Aikido (various styles), Nippon-Jiu-Jitsu, Goju-Kai-Ryu-Karate-Do, Kyokushinkai-Ryu-Karate-Do, Jeet Kune Do, Taekwondo, Boxing, Tai-Boxing.

Five Pillars

Diversity in the martial art of Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido

Tradition

Modern martial art, with its ingrained Japanese tradition of the Samurai enables you through Japanese culture and history to expand your own horizon and find strength in everyday life.

Life philosophy

To live the seven virtues of the Samurai in training as well as outside of it, simplifies a respectful interaction with each other in daily life and within our society.

Health

A healthy mind in a healthy body – with age-appropriate exercises, maintain or improve mobility and achieve a feeling for your body , which is reducing risk factors and improves well-being.

Prevention

The best fight is the one you do not have to fight. Yet, a self-assured manner and assertiveness are a first step to be able to avert conflicts and master and withstand challenges in your daily life better.

Martial Art

Rediscover old ways, through traditional martial arts with and without weapons in the style of the Japanese Samurai. This is Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido – “The way of the Samurai in the style of the dragon”

The five elements

The grades and colours of belts in Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido are based on the five elements in the book “Gorin-no-sho” by Myamoto Musashi. Each colour represents a different element.

White to green

In the beginning you learn the basics in the element Earth (Chi). The earth is hard and therefore hard techniques are to be learned. The scholar learns to walk.

Green to blue

The second element is Water (Sui). Now the techniques become more fluent and softer. Water finds its way. By doing this, throwing techniques become essential.

Blue to brown

The element Fire (Ka) is hot and explosive. You learn to predict an attack of the opponent to sabotage the attack and attack first.

Brown to black

The element Wind (Fu) works with the energy of opponents to redirect it and use it against them, as well as familiarizing yourself with other martial arts.

Black

The last element is the Void (Ku). It comprises nothing and everything at the same time. Nothing has to be, everything can be. Within those Principles is no beginning and no end.

Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido mobile app with chat & push function

Probably the most comprehensive club app in Germany for Android & iOS

Tatsu-Ryu-Bushido a martial art with its values deeply rooted in the traditional culture of Japan and based on the times of the samurai, now in the mobile phone app.

This app is a MUST for members and a SHOULD for all those interested in martial arts, sports and culture. Top addition to the homepage (: