Beatrice Boivineau

Kenbu Tenshinryu Japanese Sword initiation & demonstration

12+15+18+
Kenbu Tenshinryu Performance, Hakuryu Shrine, Japan. April 2019

Did you ever dream to feel the mystery of japanese sword?

Just take what you have at home, a little stick, the wand of Harry Potter... Everything is fine!

All you need is a 2m x 1m space in your room.

Then let's enjoy Kenbu Tenshinryu japanese sword initiation with this sword!

Kenbu Tenshinryu (Playing/dancing with a sword) is the last creation in the Tenshintaido body practices founded by Master Hiroyuki Aoki.

We will start by Japanese warming up movements, and then we will do some sword basic cuts, first some attack, and then you will attack me. Then we will practice some defence cuts, and I will attack you. Let's try and enjoy !

I will do a short demonstration at the end of the class.

Beatrice Boivineau lived in Japan for 11 years, where she became Tenshintaido and Kenbu Tenshinryu 3 dan instructor. She is also a member of Master Aoki Calligraphy school in Japan and a Shiatsu massage healer. She moved in London in 2019 and she is the founder of Tenshintaido Kooki (beaboivineau.com).

Now she is doing free classes online in French and English to help people being more relaxed, open, and confident. The goal is also to create new connections, as participants online are from the UK, France, and even sometimes Japan.

Genres:

Children / FamilyDanceTheatre / PerformanceWorkshops

Categories:

ActivityLive

Event Dates

13 May, 12.00pm — 12.45pm ongoing until 24 May
Kenbu Tenshinryu Japanese Sword initiation & demonstration

20 May, 4.00pm — 4.45pm ongoing until 24 May
Kenbu Tenshinryu Japanese Sword initiation & demonstration

Kenbu Tenshinryu Performance, Hakuryu Shrine, Japan. April 2019
Kenbu Tenshinryu Performance, Hakuryu Shrine, Japan. April 2019
Practice with a partner,  International Kenbu Tenshinryuu Seminar in Japan, May 2019
Kenbu Tenshinryu Performance, Hakuryu Shrine, Japan. April 2019
Practice with a partner during the Annual Kenbu Tenshinryu Performance in Tokyo, Japan. 23 September 2017.
Tel 07729 742564
beatrice.boivineau@gmail.com