Saturday, February 10 2024
9:00AM – 4:00PM
Ojukan Judo Dojo
5749 NW Cornelius Pass Road, Hillsboro OR 97124 (acumed business park)
Nage-no-kata (Japanese: 投の形, “forms of throwing”) is one of the two randori-no-kata (乱取りの形, free practice forms) of KodokanJudo. It is intended as an illustration of the various concepts of nage-waza (投げ技, throwing techniques) that exist in judo, and is used both as a training method and as a demonstration of understanding.
All ranks and juniors are welcome. Juniors should plan to attend with another student approximately their same size to ensure availability of a kata training partner. Please note that space is limited and there will not be any areas available for off-mat seating or downtime; everyone will be expected to be on mat and practicing during the morning and afternoon sessions. Attendees will be required to have USJF or USJA membership.
There are 2 mat areas, and the plan is that students will be split between beginner and experienced on the 2 mats.
Instructors: sensei Karen Nagai Rokudan and sensei Blane Bellerud Godan.
Cost: $30/student. Payment will be collected on-site 8:30AM-9:00AM. Cash or credit card welcome.
Schedule: morning session 9:00AM to 12:00 noon, lunch break 12:00-1:00, afternoon session 1:00PM-4:00PM.
Everyone is expected to be on the mat and ready for the opening ceremony/bow-in at 9:00AM. Please arrive early enough to sign-in and change. There is 1 unisex bathroom on site.
There isn’t space available for dining at the dojo; maps and recommended locations for eating will be printed and available at the dojo. Lunch and snacks will be the responsibility of students/attendees.
Please RSVP immediately to: email@example.com
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