Thread: Danzan Ryu
11-08-2007, 18:32 #1
I would like for anyone to comment on this specific style of jujitsu. I have recently been looking at Prof. Robert Hudson's division of the art. Is it more of a standing jujitsu or ground jujitsu? Can someone comment on the principals or philosphies on this particular ryu? Is it comprehensive (all facets and rages) or mainly a locking throwing art? I am just trying to get an idea of what it is like. Unfortunately I wont have an opportunity to experience until I get to my next destination.Robby Hedrick
11-08-2007, 18:35 #2
11-08-2007, 22:18 #3
Are you talking about this Prof Hudson? http://www.profhudson.com/articles/bio.html
If so, he teaches Danzan Ryu Jujitsu, not Daito Ryu. I have taken seminars with this Prof Hudson and he is my sensei's sensei. He is very good. Take a look at his video trailers. (some of them, he gets long winded, but his demos are nice) Anyway, if this is the Prof Hudson you are asking about, I can give you more info.
11-08-2007, 22:39 #4
Thanks guys for your replies. I was thinking danzan ryu, my fault.Robby Hedrick
11-09-2007, 10:17 #5
Originally Posted by WhiteBeltJones
The Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu that I have been exposed to can be extremely soft and subtle with very economical footwork. In some ways the aiki can be so disrupting and kuzushi so immediately taken, that you are down, often without having felt anything!
With respect to jujutsu within Daito-ryu, it does seem to be quite severe!
Last edited by Erik Johnstone; 11-09-2007 at 10:20.Erik Johnstone
11-09-2007, 16:19 #6
Originally Posted by sooner_sadiq
Watch Prof Hudson's video trailers. He always does his technique that well, even when playing randori. I take his classes as often as I can. (but, being in northern california makes that much to rare an occurance. )
03-19-2008, 09:07 #7
Can any of you tell me were a danzan ryu school is at near Morgan City Louisiana (with in a 70 miles radius That is)
03-19-2008, 09:20 #8
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03-19-2008, 11:47 #9
Originally Posted by Steve1
03-19-2008, 16:19 #10
Hey Robert; I'm going to check Jacks school out Tuesday, I've left several messages for him to call me and he hasn't as of yet returned my calls. The phone systems in New Orleans are still in a state of choas. However I do plan on studing Jujitsu under him. Its just hard getting ahold of him
I didn't think that there were any Danzan ryu schools in Louisiana, I was just curious.