A useful defensive technique that makes it possible for the user to change the direction of an attacker. The idea came probably from watching a windmill's wheel. If the opponent comes close enough, the Senryu-ka starts to swiftly move his right hand up starting to rotate once, rotating to the left. When the right hand is above the user's head, he'll do the same with the left hand, still rotating left and after the left hand is above the head he'll start with the right again. With this movement, he is capable to lift the attacker of his feet, using an air current, carrying him over his head behind him. The Senryu-ka will repeat this movements until the attacker is back on the ground behind the user, allowing him to make a retreat.