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        Basic Holds (front)  |   Basic Holds (rear)  |   Basic Strikes
Basic Wrist Techniques  |   Basic Immobilisations

Basic Techniques


Basic Holds (front)

Kata-te-tori
Opposite hand
(same side grab)
Basic Projections Kata-te-kosa-tori
(same hand
opposite side grab)
Basic Projections
Ryo-te-tori
(two hands hold
on one wrist)
Basic Projections Kata-te-tori
Ryo-te-mochi

(two hands hold
two wrists)
Basic Projections
Kata-tori
(one hand grab to
one shoulder)
Basic Projections Ryo-kata-tori
(two hand grab to
two shoulders)
Basic Projections



Basic Holds (rear)

Ushiro-tekubi-tori
(grab both wrists
from behind)
Basic Projections Ushiro-hiji-tori
(hold both elbows
from behind)
Basic Projections
Ushiro-kata-tori
(shoulder hold
from behind)
Basic Projections Ushiro-kubi-shime
(choke hold
from behind)
Basic Projections
Ushiro-tori (high)
(two arm hold
from behind)
Basic Projections Ushiro-tori (low)
(two arm hold
from behind)
Basic Projections



Basic Stikes

Shomen-uchi

(direct strike to the
top of the head)
Basic Projections
Yokomen-uchi

(circular strike to
the side of the head)
Basic Projections
Muna-tsuki

(blow or strike
to the abdomen)
Basic Projections



Basic Wrist Techniques

Ikkyo

wrist technique
No 1
Basic Projections Basic Projections
Nikyo

wrist technique
No 2
Basic Projections Basic Projections Basic Projections
Sankyo

wrist technique
No 3
Basic Projections Basic Projections Basic Projections
Yonkyo

wrist technique
No 4
Basic Projections Basic Projections Basic Projections
Kote o'roshi

wrist technique
(down)
Basic Projections
Kote gaeshi

wrist technique
(outwards)
Basic Projections Basic Projections


Immobilisations

Seated
Immobilisation


No 1
Basic Projections Basic Projections Basic Projections
Seated
Immobilisation


No 2
Basic Projections Basic Projections
Standing
Immobilisation


No 1
Basic Projections Basic Projections Basic Projections

Note: The techniques and immobilsation only represent only a few of those taught in Aikido.
These images are not meant to be used for instructional purposes, but are designed to give the reader an idea of the kinds and types of movements used as part of aikido training. Any movements outlined above (or within this website) should not be attempted without the direct supervision of a qualified aikido instructor.


All images above are gratefully used with the kind permission of Westbrook and Ratti's book - Aikido and The Dynamic Sphere
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