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Hayashi Tomio

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Christopher J. Goedecke who goes by his Buddhist name, Hayashi Tomio, Shifu, Hachidan, is the head of the Isshin Kempo system and a Buddhist monk in the Chen Yen Shingon Mikkyo ‘Mi Ching’ sect. His system uses all the kata of isshinryu. Hayashi is a full time career martial arts teacher with forty-five years experience. His organization has spent the last twenty-two years researching the internal techniques of isshinryu kata. You can find more of Hayashi Tomio’s ideas at www.isshinkempo.com

Hayashi Tomio

Hayashi Tomio or Christopher Goedecke is a career teacher of Okinawan Karate Do, 8th dan and headmaster of the Wind School of Karate Do...

Christopher Goedecke Books

In 1968 Christopher Goedecke (Hayashi Tomio) took his first formal martial arts class. The thrill never left him. Today, martial art is his way...

Hayashi Tomio Books

Shifu Hayashi Tomio (Chris Goedecke), Wind School headmaster, 8th dan, has been a career sensei for over forty-six years. He is the author of...

The Four Interconnecting Roots of Martial Arts, Monastic Martial Science &...

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A Frank Conversation About Internal Power in Martial Arts

Internal power training merits every martial artist’s attention because it is seldom presented in the current traditional understanding of Karate, Kung fu or Tae...

Chinkuchi

Chinkuchi - Karate's Hidden Internal Face: I recently reread Rememberances of Okinawa: Chinkuchi by Lt. Col. Charles Murray (USAF) written in 1971, with the intention...