About this team building
The great warlord “Yamamoto Kidemarpo” has decided to invade the world with the aid of his army.
You are one of them!
But this time only the bravest will be chosen. You will therefore participate in a series of trainings that will make you a real samurai.
The training will be tough and quitting is not an option!
Kendo (剣 道) literally the way of the sword) is the modern version of Kenjutsu (剣 術?, Sword techniques), the sword fencing once practiced in Japan by the samurai.
2. Taiko (percussion)
The practice of taiko involves a demanding body work as found in many practices such as traditional martial arts.
Making the “right sound” requires anchoring and stability of the pelvis which allows access to flexibility, inner silence and the deep joy that this practice provides.
3. Chanoyu (tea ceremony)
The tea ceremony in Japan, (茶 の 湯) is a traditional ritual influenced by Zen Buddhism in which powdered green tea, or matcha (抹茶?), Is ceremonially prepared by an experienced practitioner and served to a small group of guests in a quiet setting.
Our practitioner of the tea ceremony is familiar with the production and different types of teas, with kimono, calligraphy, floral arrangements, ceramics, incense.
4. Tai Chi
Tai-chi-chuan (太极拳) is, depending on how it is practiced, both a health gymnastics, a Chinese martial art and a spiritual path.
Literally “boxing with the shadow”, because the observer has the impression that the practitioner is fighting against a shadow.
The goal of tai chi is to refine one’s life energy (chi) and thus “open one’s consciousness to a higher dimension”.
5. The Way of the Warrior
Confidence in each member of your team, improving the speed of execution of tasks thanks to your colleagues, awareness of your existence and your imprint within the group, all essential elements for the perfect functioning of your company .
Will you be able to break a board with your hand, cut a watermelon with a katana (Japanese sword), you will drop your eyes closed into the arms of your colleagues, will you catch a flying object with chopsticks, …?
Some choice tests worthy of the greatest samurai.