Well technically there will be no kung fu in sight…but my Ninjutsu Dojo is putting on a free demo on Jan 14th, 2007 at 2pm at the Kashiwa Bujinkan Dojo.
There will be a short lecture on the history and traditions of Ninjutsu and the students will demonstrate unarmed and armed techniques, acrobatics, fight scenarios, mat cutting, exotic weapons and more.
Our Dojo is dedicated to the preservation and practice of martial knowledge passed on to us by Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi of Noda Japan: 34th Grandmaster of Togakure Ryu Ninjutsu and Founder of the Bujinkan Dojo. The school aims to keep the martial skill and knowledge alive by seriously pursuing every aspect of true Ninja training. “Ninjutsu” can be defined as the art of winning and/or the art of enduring. This is, in no way a competition sport with moderating rules for judges and tournaments. Ninjutsu is among the few combat martial arts left in the world. This art stresses practicality in real life conflict resolution. Training is done in a serious yet benevolent environment where every student is expected to strive for their maximum potential. The Kashiwa Bujinkan Dojo in Colorado Springs seeks to maintain realistic fighting methods that are applicable in today’s society while honoring the traditional philosophies of Japan’s historical shadow warriors. From the wisdom of the shinobi we are able to manifest personal power, spiritual growth, and the freedom to exercise control over the quality of our lives.
So if you are in the Colorado Spring area please come for a FREE Ninjutsu Demo. Support an incredible art with a 900 year tradition.