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Bagua-informed Gyakugamaeate

by on December 27, 2011

We’re not having practice over the holidays, but we have one last video left from a couple of weeks ago. In this video Eric talks about how a baguazhang demonstration he attended inspired a different way of thinking of gyakugamaeate. Happy New years everyone!

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3 Comments
  1. Seems a lot like sokumen-irimi nage.

    • Yes, the tomiki system uses terminology which refers to the stances (aigamae=matching stances, gyakugamae=opposite stances) but these are essentially versions of iriminage and sokomen iriminage.

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