Tony and I attended. We worked on all kinds of things. I remember doing lots of different techniques which focused on uchi and soto hand movements to start off. One was bringing both hands over for a nikkyo. After uke is down then do something else.
Ended with koshinage but no actual throw. We just got to the point where we balanced uke on the hip. Not sure why we didn't complete a few throws. But really, its everything that leads up to the throw that matters. The final movement to throw is just the final step.