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Zen Ha Aiki JuJutsu

Budokan Solent Martial Arts Academies


Prof Martin Rogers 9th Dan

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Table of Contents
Dojo Rules and Etiquette .................................................................................................................. 3
British Zen Ha Aiki Jujitsu Association ............................................................................................... 4
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 4
British Zen Ha Aiki Jujitsu Association ............................................................................................... 5
British Zen Ha Aiki Jujitsu Association ............................................................................................... 6
Grading Requirements 5th Kyu Yellow Belt .................................................................................... 9
Grading Requirements 4th Kyu Orange Belt .................................................................................... 10
Grading Requirements 3rd Kyu Green Belt ...................................................................................... 11
Grading Requirements 2nd Kyu Blue Belt ........................................................................................ 12
Grading Requirements 1st Kyu Brown ........................................................................................... 13
Grading Requirements Brown & White Belt ................................................................................... 14
Grading Requirements 1st Dan Black Belt........................................................................................ 15
Grading Requirements 2nd Dan Black Belt ...................................................................................... 16
Grading Requirements 3rd Dan Black Belt ....................................................................................... 17
Grading Requirements 4th Dan Black Belt ..................................................................................... 18
Grading Requirements 5th Dan Black Belt ...................................................................................... 19
Grading Requirements For 6th Dan up wards................................................................................. 20

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Dojo Rules and Etiquette


1. Always bow When

2. Ensure toe and finger nails are cut short And Clean

3. Always wear a clean Gi

4. A current licence must be held and up to date

5. Respect your training partner at all times and thank them and your sensei at the end of
training session

6. No Swearing, loud talking or boisterous actions in the dojo

7. Club and Association Gi’s and badges should only be worn

8. Arguments will be avoided to maintain a happy family atmosphere

9. Maintain loyalty to the club and sensei a loyal student is a good student

10. Never use your Jujutsu outside of the dojo unless it is absolutely necessary

Grade Requirements
1. Attend At Least 3 Aiki Ju~Jutsu Master Class Training Sessions For this Level
2. Show An Advanced Expert Level Of Understanding
3. Regular Dojo Attendance
4. Active Member
5. Outstanding Moral Character
6. Member In Good Standing with B.J.J.A. (GB)
7. Show Good Posture / Focus /& Power

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Introduction
Technical Director, Marin Rogers 9th Dan, Zen Ha Aiki Jujutsu Association
1. Knowledge of technique
2. Contact (Ki)
3. Posture
4. Flow & Flexibility
5. Maai & Zanshin
6. Ukemi
7. Spirit
8. Manner and Attitude
Candidates for kyu grades, below Ikkyu, should complete BZHAA Form 1(Application for
Kyu Grade Examination) and Form 2 (Grading Result Form)
Candidates for Ikkyu and all Yudansha grades should complete Form 1A (part 1)
(Application for Ikkyu / Yudansha Examination), Form 1A (part 2) (Instructors
Comments) and Form 2 (Grading Result Form).
1. Knowledge of technique. The candidate should show full understanding of the techniques
specifically required for the grade being taken, as prescribed by the grading syllabus. They
should, however, also be prepared to demonstrate techniques and understanding outside the
range of the grading syllabus if required (e.g. if particular emphasis has been made during a
class at Summer School). It is advisable to study the contents of the Teaching Syllabus as well as
the Grading Syllabus. Yudansha should have full knowledge of all aspects of Aikido relevant to
their grade (e.g. multiple attacks, weapons, jiyuwaza, etc.)

2. Contact (Ki.) (also called Kokyu Ryoku) is the natural power that can be produced when body
and consciousness (mind) are unified. In the higher state of Aikido,

kokyu ryoku isunderstood as spiritual energy that transforms into physical energy. Certain
techniques of breathing also stimulate this process of transformation, (kokyu: breath ryoku:
power). In Aikido, training to cultivate or to discover this kokyu ryoku is especially important
because its discovery is necessary for the realisation of the potential that every person has
within his or her consciousness. This power is not usually fully realised and is therefore only
partly used.
3. Posture. Correct posture is essential to good Aikido practice. The candidate should

demonstrate strong posture, which is stable in motion and not liable to collapse when
projecting or controlling an uke.

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4. Flow & Flexibility. Aiki Jujitsu techiniques should, ideally, be smooth and fully control one’s
uke. There should be no clash when receiving an attack and uke’s balance should be controlled
by tori throughout the technique Kansetsu waza (controlling techniques e.g. nikkyo, sankyo etc.)
should be applied with the minimum of force necessary to make them work. The techniques of
Aikido should be subtle and free of inappropriate force or strength. Techniques should be
executed with a relaxed body and mind. I.e. harmony.

5. Maai & Zanshin. Maai is a very important element in any martial art training. It means
tactical distance in relation to one’s uke. In judging correct maai many factors come into play,for
instance: the relative size of the people involved, whether there is one uke or many, the nature
of the surrounding space, the type of weapons one is facing (e.g. the difference in length
between a sword and a knife) Furthermore, maai is constantly changing by the action created by
attack and defence. The moment an uke moves, maai begins to change. When tori takes the
initiative using one’s subjectivity to gain control, the result of the motion is to affect maai.
Because of the many variables involved, and most importantly because of the dynamic
character of maai, its exact distance cannot be measured or taught in a fixed form. Nor can it be
learned in theory: the “sense” of maai is a matter of practical experience and can be learned
only through practice. Zanshin is the awareness of one’s uke before, during the execution of and
after the completion of a technique. It is also the ability to react appropriately to a situation in
order to achieve and maintain control. Zanshin incorporates spatial awareness, use of peripheral
vision and sensitivity. Although physical technique finishes when tori executes the technique
action continues in consciousness, which allows the correct maai to be calculated for the next
technique, if necessary. However, the meaning of zanshin is not limited to the practical point of
view, in a deeper sense zanshin denotes continuity and flow of ki (energy of consciousness), the
bridge between one action and another.

6. Ukemi is the method of receiving techniques to protect oneself from serious injury, although
in general terms ukemi equates to forward, backward or side break fall. There are various ways
of ukemi according to the technique and circumstances of practice. To master ukemi is one of
the most important aspects in learning Aiki Jujitsu, not only from the point of view of safety but
also for the confidence it gives in practice, necessary for the real enjoyment of the art. Good
ukemi should end with the person being projected in a stable posture and fully prepared to
receive the next technique. However, the idea of ukemi in Aiki Jujitsu should be understood
more deeply. Ideal Aiki Jujitsu has neither winner nor loser, just pure action. One person
executes the action and the other takes ukemi. Therefore, there is no difference between
technique and ukemi in Aiki Jujitsu. It is important to understand that ukemi is as important as
technique.

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7. Spirit The candidate should always show good and positive spirit at all times, even in
circumstances where it is difficult to do so (e.g. if suffering an injury or having failed a grading).
Aiki Jujitsu is a martial art and good martial spirit is essential. Although one should enjoy
practicing and always have consideration for a partner, correct positive spirit is important to
enable control of oneself and ensure a safe attitude to others. Positive spirit breeds confidence
and allows one to relax and enjoy the practice of Aiki Jujitsu at its higher levels with full
movement, control and power.

8. Manner & Attitude. All Aiki Jujitsuska should have correct manner and attitude at all times
Respect for fellow students and, particularly, seniors is an important aspect of one’s
development. One should be prepared to practice with any other student, regardless of age,
sex, colour, nationality or creed. Correct etiquette should always be observed in the dojo, with
rei being made to the kamiza before and after practice, and to seniors and others students
during practice. Instructors and seniors should be addressed as “Sensei” at all times during
practice. Remember that you are always responsible for the safety of others, particularly juniors
and less experienced students, even if you are a low grade. Always try to help people who do
not understand the practice and etiquette of Aiki Jujitsu. Involvement in club, area or Federation
activities can show commitment to the development of Aiki Jujitsu. Even the lowest grade can
contribute to spreading the word and practice of Aiki Jujitsu and can assist in the teaching
process. Try not to be too humble or self-effacing. Be positive about your Aiki Jujitsu. Take your
practice seriously but not yourself!

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GRADING ADVICE
(i) Ensure that your all grading forms are correctly completed and handed in on
time Form 1 should be signed by your club Instructor (and for Yudansha Form
1A countersigned by either the Technical Director or a current BAJF Shidoin), it
should be accompanied by your membership card and grading fee (Yudansha
should also present their Hombu Yudansha Book).
(ii) Ensure that the keikogi you wear for your grading is clean and in a good state of
repair. If you have a keikogi top with your name clearly written in Japanese on
the sleeve you should wear this. Otherwise it is necessary to have your name
written on your sleeve, in Japanese, prior to the grading.
(iii) If taking a senior grade (Ikkyu / Yudansha) make sure that you have tanto,
bokken and jo ready in case weapons techniques are required. (When executing
weapon techniques, always observe correct etiquette and never throw a weapon
across the dojo floor or to your partner. Hand the weapon back properly or place
it carefully on the tatami.
(iv) TAKE YOUR TIME. A grading is not a race. It is far better to demonstrate
techniques at a measured pace and correctly rather than at a frantic speed, which
is more likely to result in errors and exhaustion. Listen carefully to the examiner
calling out the techniques required and any other instructions. If you do not
understand or do not hear, ask for the instruction to be repeated.
(v) Always be aware of activity going on around you on the tatami. Do not become
so focused on yourself that you endanger others.
ORDER OF GRADING:
1) Line up in seiza facing Sensei and the Grading Committee.
2) The grade being taken will be announced.
3) Your name will be announced.
4) When your name is announced stand up and answer “HAI”
5) If by some chance your name is not called out you should advise the
grading administrator immediately.
6) In Shikko, either proceed to the centre of the tatami (if your name is
already on your keikogi sleeve) or to the edge of the tatami to have
your name written on your sleeve.
7) Take up position in the centre of the tatami, facing Sensei and the
Grading Committee. Make sure that there is a correct space between
you and the person next to you. Your partner will be the person to
your immediate left. If there are an odd number of people taking a
grade, an uke will be designated.

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TERMINOLOGY:
The correct order of bowing (Rei) both before and after grading:
a) SHOMEN NI REI = Bow to the kamiza at the front of the dojo.
b) SENSEI NI REI = Bow to Sensei and the examining committee.
c) O TA GAI NI REI = Bow to your partner.
During the grading:
HAJIME = start.
YAME = stop.
KOTAI = change.
SUWATTE = sitting techniques.
TATTE = standing techniques.
SEIZA = sit down.
AFTER THE GRADING:
8) When your name is announced stand up and answer “HAI”. Remain
where you are.
9) The result of the grading will be announced. Pass or fail you will
receive a round of applause after this resume seiza.
10) Collect your membership book and grading result form from the
Summer School office. These will be available on the morning after
the grading. If you have been successful you will need to pay the
registration fee. (Yudansha will also need to complete the Hombu
registration forms)
Whatever the result of your grading, it is considered good manners and correct etiquette to
thank your Instructor for their help in preparing you for the grading.
Remember that all of the Grading Committee have been through the same grading process, so
they really do know how you feel and are sympathetic to the stresses you experience. Also
remember that there is no shame in failing a grade and many seniors, including members of
the Grading Committee, have failed a grading at some time.
© 2009 Solent Martial Arts

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Grading Requirements 5th Kyu Yellow Belt

All Techniques To Be Demonstrated To Left & Right


1. Mat & Dojo Etiquette

2. Basic Exercises

3. Break falls

4. Kuzushi (Breaking Balance)

5. Hand Positions And Body Movement

8 Directions Of Throwing
1. Tachiai (Standing)
2. Idori (Both Seated)
3. Hanza Handachi (Tori Kneels uke Stands)

Nage Waza
1. Sumi Otoshi
2. Hiji Otoshi
3. Te Hiza Guruma
4. Hiki Tai
5. Obi Otoshi
6. Kata Otoshi
7. Kokyo Ho
 Tachi Waza
 Idori
 Hanza Handach

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Grading Requirements 4th Kyu Orange Belt

Ikkajo Kata Techniques Omote & Ura


1. Downward Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
2. Lunge Punch (Tachiai & Idori)
3. Head Lock (Tachiai & Idori
4. Bear Hug Arms Out
5. Bear Hug Arms In
6. Back Strangle (Tachiai & Idori
7. Front Strangle (Tachiai & Idori

Kaeshi Waza
1. Ebi Jo (Shrimp Lock) Double Wrist Grab
2. Hiza Kiri Kick To Body
3. Ura Age Ha (Raising the wings to the rear Punch To Body
4. Hankyu (Small Bow)
5. Kosho Gatami Mae Geri

(Attacks From Rear)


1. Rear Shoulder Grab Ikkajo
2. Rear Shoulder Grab Irimin Nage
3. Rear Grab Irimin Nage

Hanza handachi (Tori Kneeling / Uke Standing)


1. Wrist Grab (From Side) Shiho Nage
2. Wrist Grab (From Side) Ura otoshi
3. Double Wrist Grab (Front) Izori Throw Over Shoulder
4. Rear Grab Kata Otoshi

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Grading Requirements 3rd Kyu Green Belt

1. Advanced Break falls


2. Kuzushi (Breaking Balance)
3. Hand Positions And Body Movement
Nage Waza
1. 8. Yama Ashi
2. 9. Shiho Nage
3. 10. Kaiten Nage
4. 11. Ushiro Uchi Otoshi

Kote Gaeshi No Kata


1. Lunge Punch (Tachiai & Idori)
2. Rear Wrist Grab (Tachiai & Hanza Handachi)
3. Side Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
4. Double Lapel Grab (Tachiai & Idori)
5. Double Wrist Grab Front (Tachiai /Idori / Hanza
Handachi
6. Double Wrist Grab Rear (Tachiai / Idori /Hanza
Handachi
7. Rear Bear Hug Arms Out (Tachiai)
8. Push (Tachiai & Idori)
9. Strangle On Ground ( Niwaza Kote Gaeshi)

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Grading Requirements 2nd Kyu Blue Belt

Kaeshi Waza
1. Futari Dori Ude Gatami ( To Seizing Sleeve Two Man)
2. Futari Dori Zagi Aiki Nage ( Seizing Wrist Two Man
Double grab

Nikajo
1. Wrist Grab (Tachiai / Idori)
2. Lapel Grab (Tachiai / Idori)
3. Bear Hug Arms Out (Tachiai)
4. Down Ward Strike (Tachiai / Idori)
5. Strangle Front (Tachiai / Idori)
6. Double wrist Grab (Tachiai /Idori)

Hanza handachi Nikajo (Tori Kneeling / Uke Standing)


1. Wrist Grab
2. Front Strangle
3. Rear Strangle
4. Lapel Grab

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Grading Requirements 1st Kyu Brown

Nage Waza
1. Shiho Nage 1. Punch (Tachiai & Idori)
2. Downward Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
3. Side Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
4. Wrist Grab (Tachiai / Idori / Hanza
5. Double Wrist Grab “
a) Hantachi Otoshi Kote Gaeshi
b) Macaru (Turning Wheel)
Irimin Nage No Kata
1. Downward Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
2. Side Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
3. Double Wrist Grab (Tachiai & Idori)
4. Lunge Punch (Tachiai & Idori)
5. Rear Should Grab ( Tachiai)

Kaeshi Waza
1. Counter Shiho Nage (Ikkajo)
2. Counter Ikkajo
3. Counter Kote Gaeshi (With Kote Gaeshi)
4. Counter Kote Gaeshi (Ikkajo)
5. Counter Irimin Nage (With Shiho Nage)
6. Ninandori (2man Double Wrist Grab)

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Grading Requirements Brown & White Belt
Grade Requirement Kobudo Level 5

Sankajo No Kata
1. Wrist Grab (Tachiai & Idori)
2. Lapel Grab (Tachiai & Idori)
3. Bear Hug Arms Out (Tachiai)
4. Downward Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
5. Strangle Front (Tachiai & Idori)
6. Strangle Rear (Tachiai)
7. Side Head Lock (Tachiai & Idori)
8. Rear Wrist Grab (Tachiai)
9. Push (Tachiai)

Hanza handachi Sankajo (Tori Kneeling / Uke


Standing)
1. Wrist Grab
2. Lapel Grab
3. Strangle Front
4. Strangle Rear

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Grading Requirements 1st Dan Black Belt
Kobudo Level 5
8 Directions Of Throwing
1. Tachiai (Standing)
2. Idori (Both Seated)
3. Hanza Handachi (Tori Kneels uke Stands)

Nage Waza
1. Sumi Otoshi
2. Hiji Otoshi
3. Te Hiza Guruma
4. Hiki Tai
5. Obi Otoshi
6. Kata Otoshi
7. Kokyo Ho
 Tachi Waza
 Idori
 Hanza Handach

8. Yama Ashi
9. Kaiten Nage
10. 11. Ushiro Uchi Otoshi
11. Shiho Nage
 Punch (Tachiai & Idori)
 Downward Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
 Side Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
 Wrist Grab (Tachiai / Idori / Hanza
 Double Wrist Grab “
12. Hantachi Otoshi Kote Gaeshi
13. Macaru (Turning Wheel)

Ikajo 5 Attacks
Nikajo 5 Attacks
Sakajo 5 Attacks
Yonkajo 5 Attacks
Gokajo 5 Attacks

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Grading Requirements 2nd Dan Black Belt
Grade Requirement Kobudo Level 4

Adavanced Break falls


Kuzushi (Advanced Breaking Balance)
Hand Positions And Body Movement
Nage Waza
1. Hiki Tai
2. Kake Hiji Otoshi
3. Ushiro Otoshi
4. Kaiten Nage (Hook Punch & Wrist Grab)
5. Uchi Hiji Otoshi

Sankajo No Kata
1. Wrist Grab (Tachiai & Idori)
2. Strangle Front (Tachiai & Idori)
3. Strangle Rear (Tachiai & Idori)
4. Bear Hug (Tachiai)
5. Downward Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
6. Side Head Lock (Tachiai & Idori)
7. Side Strike (Tachiai & Idori)
8. Rear Wrist Grab ( Tachiai / Idori & HanzaHancdachi
9. Push (Tachiai & Idori)

Kaeshi Waza
1. Sannin Dori (3 Man Attack)
2. Fuji Double Shoulder Lock (Punch To Belly / Downward Strike
3. Juto (Double Wrist Grab)
4. Fukuto (Double Wrist Grab)

Hanza handachi (Tori Kneeling / Uke Standing)


1. Front Kick
2. Side Kick
3. Round House Kick Inside Leg
4. Round House Kick Outside Leg
5. Round House Kick Stomach
6. Jump Up Fighting Stance Front Kick

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Grading Requirements 3rd Dan Black Belt
Grade Requirement Kobudo Level 3

Nage Waza
1. Hiki Tai
2. Kake Hiji Otoshi
3. Ushiro Otoshi
4. Kaiten Nage (Hook Punch & Wrist Grab)
5. Uchi Hiji Otoshi

Goshin Yo No Te Kata all in Tachiai


These should be Min 3 Beautiful Flowing Embu to each
attack incorporating Throws Locks Chokes Atemi Strikes
From The Following Attacks
1. Wrist Grab
2. Strangle Front
3. Strangle Rear
4. Bear Hug Rear Arms Out
5. Bear Rear Arms In
6. Bear Front Arms Out
7. Bear Front Arms In
8. Side Head Lock
9. Rear Head Lock
10. Downward Strike
11. Side Strike
12. Push
13. Double Punch
14. Straight Punch
15. Close Punch
16. Lapel Grab

Kaeshi Waza
4 Man All limbs Held On Ground
Hanza handachi (Tori Kneeling / Uke Standing)
6 Defences Sword Attacks

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Grading Requirements 4th Dan Black Belt
Grade Requirement Kobudo Level 2

Nage Waza
1. Ushiro Ude Magari Otoshi
2. Tenchi Nage
3. Uki Otoshi
4. Koshi Nage
5. Ude Ukemi Nage
6. Juji Nage
a. Wrist Grab
b. Wrist Grab RearDouble
c. PunchLapel Grab & Punch

Yonkkajo No Kata
1. Punch To Head (Tachiai & Idori)
2. Push (Tachiai & Idori & Hanzahandachi
3. Lapel Grab (Tachiai &Idori & Hanzahandachi
4. Wrist Grab (Tachiai / Idori & Hanzahandachi
5. Downward Strike (Tachiai / Idori & Hanzahandachi
6. Double Wrist Grab (Tachiai / Idori & Hanzahandachi

Kaeshi Waza
1. Yumi a. (Punch To Belly)
a) b. (Wrist Grab)
b) Kari (Back To Back Take Down)
c) Konoha Otoshi ( Hand to Hand Push)

Hanza handachi (Tori Kneeling / Uke Standing)


1. Juji Nage (Double Punch / Grab & Punch)
2. Uki Otoshi Double Wrist Grab)

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Grading Requirements 5th Dan Black Belt
Grade Requirement Kobudo Level 1

Nage Waza
1. Osoto Oase
2. Kiri Otoshi

Gokkajo No Kata
1. Wrist Grab (Tachiai &Idori)
2. Double Wrist Grab (Tachiai & Idori)
3. Punch (Tachiai & Idori)
4. Downward strike (Tachiai & Idori)
5. Lapel Grab (Tachiai & Idori)
6. Any Throw (Tachiai / Idori HanzaHandachi

Kaeshi Waza
1. YonninDori 4 Man
2. Fuji (Double Shoulder Lock)
a. Punch to Belly
b. Downward Stri
3. Juto (Double Wrist Grab)
4. Fukuto ( “ )

Attacks all in Tachiai


These should be Min 5 Defences to each attack all Beautiful Flowing Embu incorporating
Throws Locks Chokes Atemi Strikes From The Following Attacks
1. Wrist Grab
2. Strangle Front
3. Strangle Rear
4. Bear Hug Rear Arms Out
5. Bear Rear Arms In
6. Bear Front Arms Out
7. Bear Front Arms In
8. Side Head Lock
9. Rear Head Lock
10. Downward Strike
11. Side Strike
12. Push
13. Double Punch
14. Straight Punch
15. Close Punch
16. Lapel Grab

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Grading Requirements For 6th Dan up wards

These Grade are put before the Zen Ha Aiki Jujitsu Board
Requirement Are

1. A full Martial Arts CV


2. An active Instructor with In the Group
3. Good Attendance
4. Attend Association Events
5. Teaching on Association Courses & Seminars
6. Qualified Coach Senior Level
7. Association Grading Officer

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