How do any of you folks integrate grappling skills with Uechi? Although both Nihon Ju Jitsu and Uechi Ryu are taught in our dojo, they are done in different classes at different times. There is some overlap such as the "down" bunkais developed by Mike Murphy. For the past several months, for the last 15-25 minutes of my class I try to work on self defense drills stemming from Uechi kata, bunkai and kumite. One example is that I will have the class do Kanshiwa Bunkai, but the attacks may be anything, as long as they come from the same direction as the formal bunkai. That includes attempted grabs, headlocks, chokes, etc. The tore should react appropriately to the attack and not be a slave to the block and counter in the formal bunkai. It is interesting to see students go from flailing, to taking the principles of the bunkai and applying them to different attacks. This leads to opportunities to instruct students that they were in an excellent position for a particular throw or lock.
I am looking for input on what other folks do.