Went to NSA last night for class. They have a new beginner over there but I didn't work with him. He was rolling really well for someone just starting out.
We did a lot of ryotetori attacks. I was noticing things which is good. At one point I realized there was a lead that I wasn't giving at first. I like when I see stuff like this. Means I'm still paying attention and still learning.
We also covered tenchinage. One of my least favorite techniques but there is a lot to look at. There is a lot to work with when you have that much contact with your uke. I have a tendency to drag uke on top of me for some versions of this technique.