Discussion in 'Ninjutsu Resources' started by Brad Ellin, Aug 24, 2004.
I'll second that one!!
Normans a good bloke and a dam good teacher!!!
*edited cuz of Greg*
Hmmmm, struggling for something to say
Well if only that would happen more often
Jeez, what a suck up! and i`m NOT a MORMON! :woo:
Just a reminder to everyone, this thread is to be used to post contacts for dojos or shibus. That is all. No running down other dojos, instructors or what not. No conversations about last night's class. Please, keep it on topic. If you are looking for a dojo, follow the suggestions at the start of the thread and if you can't find one, then ask for help in locating one. Keep your personal feelings and prejudices out of it.
Yes i agree, and sorry for not understanding thius. in future i will resist.
Does anyone know of ones close to or in Clearwater, St. Pete, Country Side ? (Florida)
The ones listed are a little too far for me.
Have you tried contacting the ones listed? They would be in a better position to answer your question.
FL training update
has updated info
Shidoshi Trumpler is now in Tallahassee; Shidoshi Figueroa heads the Tampa Bujinkan (closest to Clearwater/St. Pete - about a half-hour drive).
I am facing a problem.
I live in Rancho Cucamonga/California/USA
And cannot find a dojo in my area...
I'll give a call .
Does anyone know of any Jinenkan or Genbukan dojos in Illinois? Ive used the search engines provided and havent come up with anything....jus tryin to compare dojos to see which one will better fit me.
try this http://www.genbukan.org/cgi-bin/site.pl?1712&cxDatabase_databaseID=1&id=24
Thanks but thats still a little bit too far....esp since i dont have my own mode of transportation . i might have to borrow my old man's car for a while.
Anyone know of a Ninjutsu dojo near Twickenham ?
Is it even called a dojo in Ninjutsu ? I'm very interested in Ninjutsu and have read lots about it. In our Seiki Juku group at a later stage we actually learn similar weapons to the Ninjas but I wonder if Ninjutsu training is actually focused on the original aims of the shadow warriors of Japan..meaning learning how to track people, hide yourself, make yourself "invisible" and learn to kill poeple only using hands ? Its not my aim to learn to kill but I wonder how much the dojos teach of the ancient Ninjutsu ? Also does anyone know of any Ninjutsu dojos near Twickenham in the UK ? Thanks for any information regarding this.
thepunisher: "Is it even called a dojo in Ninjutsu ? "
"...I wonder if Ninjutsu training is actually focused on the original aims of the shadow warriors of Japan..meaning learning how to track people, hide yourself, make yourself "invisible" and learn to kill poeple only using hands ? "
Yes it is and much much more,
"A ninja was someone whose very existence expressed the spirit of budo. He would protect himself with techniques not of assassination but rather of sensation and an acute awareness of his natural surroundings. He would avoid unnecessary conflict, and even if armed with a blade, would find a way to win without staining it." (Hatsumi: Way of the Ninja , pg. 16)
Looks like we have a Hollywood ninja !
Try, kutaki.org, bujinkan.org, bujinkanbritain.org, winjutsu, most of them will have something.
It would be nice to have Bujinkan contacts in or near the Twickenham area, then keep in with them so you can make sure and get all those important rugby tickets
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