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Amsterdam - The Netherlands  

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Hichibuku Goshinjutsu

Natural Balanced Health-treatments and treatment methods


Hichibuku Goshinjutsu medicine was originally taught alongside the Ryu-ha of the Bujinkan being part of the ancient natural philosophies and teachings of Amatsu Tatara, passed on to Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei by his teacher Toshitsugu Takamatsu. 

Courses in Amsterdam are given by Peter King Menkyo Kaiden (15th Dan) and hosted by Koosje Kosters (5th Dan Shidoshi).


Hichibuku Goshinjutsu practitioners 
Amsterdam, November 2014

Only recognised healthcare professionals are allowed to teach in this tradition and Soke authorised a few people to do so. Peter King is one of the 4 westerners (Peter King, Chris Roworth, Dennis Bartram & Billy Doolan), having been granted Menkyo Kaiden by Soke Masaaki Hatsumi, the highest level in Hichibuku Goshinjutsu.


Peter King sharing his expertise in our Dojo


The progression levels of Hichibuku Goshinjutsu are: Shoden, Chuden, Okuden, Menkyo and Menkyo Kaiden. 
Level 1 - Japanese Massage
Level 2 - Japanese Physical Medicine (structural)
Level 3 - Japanese Physical Medicine (involuntary mechanisms)
Level 4 - Japanese Manual Medicine (postgraduate) 






Methods:

TaihenjutsuJapanese self correction and integrated movement exercises. These include exercises (similar to 'Do-in' ) enabling patients to maintain health and rehabilitate after injury or disease.

Anma Koho Anma - traditional Anma
Japanese massage, acupressure and reflex points. This promotes repair and the restoration of normal function by releasing muscle tensions, restoring vital energy and improving drainage creating a state of health and vitality. 

Seitai: Japanese body realignment and neuromuscular rebalancing. This works on the biomechanical and energetic relationships that exist between the head /neck, spine, pelvis and the feet, to restore alignment and balance throughout the structure of the body to restore natural health, reducing stress and body strain and increasing coordination.

Kuatsu-ho (Kyusho & Tsubo / Sappo & Kappo) Vital points - emergency methods of resuscitation and revival. 

Seikotsu: Japanese Skeletal Manipulation balances the body by correcting restrictions and misalignments to the skeletal joints. Dr Hatsumi stated that all illnesses have something to do with the abnormality of the spine. Restrictions in the joints create stagnation inhibiting the free flow of  vital energy (Ki)

Hari: Japanese Acupuncture, to maintain the balanced and free flow of 'Ki' within the body and to the vital organs. Acupuncture is internationally recognised as a powerful therapeutic treatment for a wide range of conditions. Moxa (herbal heat treatment) is also be used in cold or chronic conditions.

Eiyo: Japanese nutrition. Food can be a very powerful medicine and is about more than just having sufficient nutrients, vitamins and minerals. By choosing the correct foods you can counteract stress, disease and general body weaknesses.

Ampuku: Japanese abdominal / visceral technique used for diagnosis and treatment of the internal organs.

Kampo: Japanese Herbal Medicine. Specific herbs are used to raise the weakened constitution and to combat disease of the body and vital organs.

Kiko: Japanese Ki (bio-energy) healing. Used to remove blockages in vital energy and to restore the body's innate energetic balance and resonance.

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