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Re: Also In Spring Tx
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Juan has just recently moved which may be why his # does not work. end me a PM or email if you are interested in training with us in Spring.

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Re: Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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Bellaire Bujinkan Dojo in Houston run by Brian Tritico is also a very good place. I recommend Brian highly

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Re: Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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A full name in your user profile as required in the FAQ might help him to take your recommendation that much more seriously... :)

Thanks,

Shawn

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8 Dojo's in Houston, Texas
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There are also 2 South of Houston. Cory teaches in La Marque, Beto is in Lake Jackson and Terry is in Pasadena.
We will be doing a seminar with most of the shidoshi in Texas later this summer.
Mark Harper
Bujinkan Houston Dojo

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Re: 8 Dojo's in Houston, Texas
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My main glitz is time as friday is my only free time.Everone seem very willing to help out so I'm impressed.
thanks to all.Clay

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Re: 8 Dojo's in Houston, Texas
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I have known Dave, Tommy, Juan, Cory, Rich, Terry and the rest of the gang in Houston for many years and I think that they are all great instructors.
I have trained with and under several of thenm since 1991 and they are all exceptional and unique individuals.
However, if you ever want to come and train in Wharton, my dojo is always open 7 days a week. I had a Japanese style dojo built behind my house so I could do my own training. We have bags, inset tatami and all the weapons one could want so please feel free to come anytime.
Thom Humphreys
Tetsukuma Bujinkan Dojo
Wharton, Texas
www.tetsukumadojo.com

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Re: Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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I apologize for not previously having my name posted on my earlier post.

But why would my recommendation not be taking seriously?

I would assume that the original poster would research everyone's recommendations prior to committing to train with anyone.All of the fine people that were metioned are easy to locate and are accesible. Good luck in your search.

Robert.

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Re: Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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Having known Brian Tritico for over 13 years as a student and teacher, and watched him mature in this martial art, I would wholeheartedly recommend him and his dojo as a place to train. I think that he received his shidoshi license during an annual trip to Japan in 2000.

Brian, his wife and sometimes his students travel to Japan to train with Hatsumi Sensei and many of the shihan. In addition, I believe that the Bellaire Dojo is one of the oldest Bujinkan Dojo operating in the Houston area.

If you have the chance to visit the dojo, MHO is to do so, and consider it along with others in the area.

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Re: Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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I would go to Brian Tritico sensei.
In my opinion he works from the densho and is very skilled at what he does. His movement is very good and is back ground is solid.

Also he's a cool dude... easy to chat with.

One major point, I trust him.

ralph severe, kamiyama

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Re: Dojo in Houston, Texas?
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Well I guess I'll put my recomendation here too. First you should check out all the possible instructors before choosing and then go with the one that you feel will give you the best training. I've known Thom Humphreys for a long time and have great respect in his skill AND in how he treats his students, he gets my unqualified recomendation.
Ed Martin aka Papa-san

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