The Budokon physical practice draws upon ancient and modern yogic and martial arts styles.
The foundation of the Budokon physical practice is precision, alignment and mind. All Budokon techniques are designed to explore the body's full range of motion. The practice dances between agility, control, speed, power, balance and flow. The physical practice is divided into two themes: The Yogic Series, and the Budo Series. Both themes constantly draw from and depend on each other.
The Budokon Yogic Series was heavily influenced by yogic techniques and alignment. The focus is on control, calm, power and precision. These techniques are uniquely different from traditional yoga in the sense that they not only work to improve range of motion and strength, but they also explore the body's ability to sustain another person's body weight.
The Budokon Budo Series is a combination of standing and ground techniques drawn primarily from Okinawan Karate-Do, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, and Olympic Style Tae Kwon Do. The objective of this series is to teach agility, power, focus and flow in the body and mind.