Ai-hanmi describes a stance, where both partners are facing each other in a parallel position, turning the same side to the partner ("shake-hands position").
Aikido exercises to improve body awareness, movements and focus
Ayumi-ashi, Tai-no-tenkan, Tsugi-ashi
Aikijo is a collective term for staff techniques and exercises that have a clear relation to empty-handed Aikido techniques. It is practised with the wooden jo.
Buki-waza, Jo, Jo-dori, Kumijo
Aikiken is a sword practice that has a clear relation to empty-handed Aikido techniques. It is practised with the wooden bokken.
Bokken, Kesa-giri, Kumitachi, Mu-gamae, Shiho-giri, Tachi-dori
Walking by putting one foot in front of the other, keeping the feet close to the ground (gliding movement).
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