Régis Soavi regularly conducts workshops at the dojos in Milano, Paris, Toulouse and Rome, and at the summer workshop of the Itsuo Tsuda School in Mas. L’ecole Itsuo Tsuda propose la découverte de la philosophie pratique de Maître Tsuda à travers l’Aïkido et le Katsugen Undo. Exposition à l’occasion de la publication du livre “Itsuo Tsuda calligraphies de Printemps.

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The more things we discover, the more problems are raised. I met Tsuda during a workshop ktsuo by this teacher. We take the other person completely into account, and for that, I feel that our practice of Katsugen Undo has played a fundamental role.

A practical philosophy, or rather, a philosophical practice The particular character of the Itsuo Tsuda School derives from the fact that we are more interested in tuda than in the dissemination of an art or a series of techniques.

The regenerating movement is supposed to bring the individual back to a state of spontaneity? We should never forget that Katsugen undo is something that normalizes the ground, the body. Hierarchy, degrees, kyu, dan, and so on. One year of practise is enough. A natural condition has been reached. itsuk

We should never forget that Katsugen undo is something that normalizes the ground, the body. One day, he realized that people fell ill, and came to see him ; he would allow the ki to circulate, they would recover and go off. I know we live in a society where you go to bed very late and you get up very late too.

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In his teenage years, he begins to understand the consequences of his actions. It would be like saying that someone who is scratching an itch is making himself bleed. Noguchi was born in Ueno, a district of Tokyo, in September Ki activates the vital capacities of the individual, but we are already full of ki!

There are those who begin to practice tsdua arts to become stronger, but then discover something else, other values.

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Also, I find it important that those who come to the dojo to practice, understand the sacred aspect, but at the same time, that there are no gods to venerate here. It was a discovery Master Noguchi made.

Like almost all healers, he believed at first that he had exceptional irsuo that he alone possessed. It is the base. How does that happen?

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For me, the technique is simply the test to find out if I have evolved through breathing. But the work has begun. In that sense, respiration helps making people more supple, it helps finding a rythm in the practise, because if someone is not breathing tsudw, after five minutes he has no strength left. What is even more interesting is that the individual can activate his life force on his own, ihsuo no need for another person, no need to ask someone else to do it for him.


Yes, it was in fact an improvisation. Here we just let the body do what it has to do. At first I was timidly interested of Master Tsuda, but the ltsuo of this void, this emptiness that was moving around, it was very impressive and that was what made me decide: For this direction, the respiratory practice we do in the beginning of the sessions is important.

With the practice of aikido and katsugen undo I see that my students are gradually recovering. The mats were left to rest since the previous day. In a world of unbridled accumulation and filling up, there are places where you can work with less. If our body works normally, we need nothing else. Furthermore we are very lucky to be in a permanent dojo.

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This whole process of learning, or rather this reappropriation of oneself, takes time, continuity, sincerity, in order to realize more clearly the direction in which one wishes to go. Some people come here to become stronger, to defend themselves, but no.

This atypical character, fiercely independent, considered himself first and foremost a philosopher and he is a key figure of the Aikido in France.