(3) Tanto/Karambit Clinic. Basics, Self-Defense and Kata of Tantojutsu and Karamit. In this clinic, attendees will learn to use 1, 2, and 3 tanto knives and 1 and 2 karambit (Philippino) knives for self-defense.
(4) Self-Defense Clinic. Self-defense in the park. This general clinic will teach members self-defense in a number of circumstances in the park to include uneven terrain and what kinds of kobudo weapons are available in mother nature.
(5) Nicho Nunchaku Clinic. Okinawa Nicho-nunchaku kata and applications are the use of two nunchaku for self-defense.
(6) Gun Defense Clinic. Using empty hand techniques to defend against thugs armed with hand guns and riffles.
|Scott defends attack using nitanbo by Ryan armed with kama at the Arizona|
(8) Tessen-jutsu Clinic. The martial art of the samurai war fan. A fan may look like a tool used to cool oneself - but in the ancient times of Japan, tessenjutsu became a very important form of self-defense used by samurai. The fan was always carried by a samurai, and many contained blades and strong metal structures used for blocking, striking and wrist locks.
(9) Arizona-Utah Annual Hombu Clinic. Arizona-Utah annual Shorin-Ryu Clinic. Members of the Utah Shorin-Kai with Hanshi Rob Watson, travel from Salt Lake City to train at the Arizona Hombu dojo for special advanced training in the Shorin-Ryu martial arts.
Other clinics for 2018 that we are considering include: kusari, hanbojutsu, hojojutsu, keychain defense, sojutsu, and naginatajutsu.