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PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2016 2:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Spartacus Maximus wrote:
In case it may be difficult to imagine a governing body with more than one hombu, here is what the structure looks like:

The most senior students of an instructor are asked or chosen to be responsible for teaching their martial art in different wide regions(ex: by continent or country).

These senior instructors answer only to their common teacher for any advice. As far as administration, they are free to manage however they see fit. So instead of a pyramid structure, it is more like a network. The heads of each hombu may meet and train together as often as feasible but none has any authority over another as far as administration or dojo management is concerned.

Solid post!!



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