A topic that has been recurring this week is the use of meotode and tachugwa.
Meotode refers to the concept of a mutually supportive partnership of the hands. The lead arm is held forward with the rear hand connected or hovering at the elbow. The move appears in Naihanchi, but also in many Shorin kata. It has a striking semblance to the old ‘Queensbury rules’ boxing pose.
In Shuri-te It’s a concept; a very practical way of using the hands. Continue reading “Meotode & Tachugwa: Posturing in Okinawa Ti”