Author Archives: Yarinage

About the Ceballos Family of Martial Arts and the branch Tamanegi Do

The Ceballos Family of Martial Arts is vast by name alone. Though there’s considerable distance (geographically as well as bloodlines) between those of us around the world, we share a common bond for freedom as martial artists. Northern or Southern … Continue reading

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Yarinage-ha Kuma Goshinjutsu

Yarinage-ha Kuma Goshinjutsu is a Category IV Tamanegi Do gendai martial art presently taught in the Sangawa Ryu. The mission of which is to enhance public safety by providing American civilians the knowledge, skills and abilities to recognize all potential … Continue reading

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Jutsu vs Jitsu Is there really a difference?

Resulting from many decades of experience, Tamanegi Do has derived specific degrees of cultural understanding passed down through centuries of teachings by countless sensei and sempai. In the martial arts culture of the Tamanegi Do there is a definitive difference … Continue reading

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Kuma Goshinjitsu

  What is Kuma Goshinjitsu? Kuma Goshinjitsu is a gendai martial art of the Soke of Okii Kuma Ryu, Hanshi Trent “Kuma” Warner, a former Air Force dependent with over 40 years of martial arts training.  Resulting from the common attacks … Continue reading

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The Arts of Tamanegi Do

Defining the cultural basis of the Tamanegi Do Martial Arts and what they represent… Martial ~ (adj) mar·tial \ˈmär-shəl\ 1) of, relating to, or suited for war or a warrior 2) relating to military life; 3) experienced in war Art … Continue reading

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Student Classification of Training Categories of Tamanegi Do

There are five general categories of Tamanegi students. This classification defines the goals and desires of the student first and foremost. It acts as a guide for the Yudansha in training their students to predetermined standards in order to help … Continue reading

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Memorial Day 2016

Memorial Day 2016 Memorial Day is a very special day of remembrance For the American Republic. It is the day set aside so that this nation may pause and draw it’s attention to valiant American Samurai who gave all in … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of a Martial Arts Ryu

The ranking and license structure will be explored in greater detail later. Briefly stated, the Tamanegi Do rank structure is predicated upon the programs of martial study, the arts and assigned curriculum. Variations within each ryu are based upon martial … Continue reading

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The Tamanegi Do Budokans

What is a Budokan? According to the Tamanegi Budo Jitten we see the following definition. Budo-kan (n.) 1. A hall or building designated for the practice of military arts. (Military halls may be centers accommodating practice of all the military … Continue reading

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The Ryu of the Tamanegi Do Martial Arts

Tamanegi Do Martial Arts is unique in that as a system there are over 30 ryu registered with the A.B.S.K..,representing not only geographical location, but most importantly the curriculum for which these ryu teach and are responsible for. Our martial … Continue reading

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