The nature and
force of water adapts to the environment. It can remain
as calm and peaceful as a drop resting on a leaf or
grow as powerful as a tidal wave leveling all in its
path. While formless in nature, water can assume many
shapes. As a drop fills a tiny hole, an ocean fills
the space between continents. Having no legs, fins,
or wings, water can make great journeys, traversing
land, sea, and air.
a samurai baby develops the skill and flexibility to
win against the parent in a range of situations. Ongoing
training is done to learn positioning, master techniques,
and build strength in the neck, hands, legs and body.
Soon actions and moves will begin to flow naturally.
From the basics, methods are adapted to the suit the
context. When the spirit of the samurai baby becomes
like water, the right timing and force to engage and
control the parent will become easy to pull off in any