Shōrin-ryū (少林流) as in the Shaolin Temple of China. “Ryu” means “style”. Shōrin-ryū, is one of the major modern Okinawan martial arts and is one of the oldest styles of karate. It was named by Choshin Chibana in 1933, but the system itself is much older. “Shōrin” means pine tree. Shōrin-ryū combines elements of the traditional Okinawan fighting styles of Shuri-te.
Sensei Naka demonstrates the difference between sport und budo karate in relation to breathing and standing position. Just simple and unconventional directly in a restaurant.
36 effective sensitive points are described in Bubishi, the “Bible of Karate”. Results on these points cause different effects. The points correspond to acupuncture points of Chinese medicine. From Bubishi exist different handwritten copies, mainly from Okinawa.
Presented by Helumt Kogel, 6. Dan Shotokan Renshi, 5. Dan Kobudo, 2. Dan Jujutsu.