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training in w.a.
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i was wondering if any one knew of any good instructors in or around perth, western australia.

the choice seems pretty limited(by google) i was told of two brothers(?) named jarvis. are they current students of sensei(ie. traveling to japan each year)

i'm not interested in any ninjakai or roy schools thanks,

any info (bujinkan related)would be great

thanks,


Posted on: 2005/5/29 14:55
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I'm from Perth so I know the people there quite well.

Andrew Jarvis is in Melbourne at the moment and his dojo is being run by Chris West. I recommend him.

Also there is Gary Baily's dojo. Gary spends something like 2-3 months of every year in Japan (I think he is still there now). I also highly recommend his place.

Both dojo are listed here
http://duncan.suddenlaunch2.com/index.cgi?board=wa

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thanks for the quick reply duncan!

i'll be sure to check out mr west,

nice to see you back on kutaki btw.



regards,

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Hi Darren,

Our website is at: www.bujinkanperth.com

You will b able to get contact info for both Chris (South o' the river) and Gary (North o' the river). Gary is still in Japan and is due bak soon so the best bet is to call Chris. Stewart Jarvis is still in Perth, with Andrew due back later this year/early next. If you cannot get Chris you can call me. I'll PM you the number. Hope to see you down here soon.

Joe De Cotta

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I had the opportunity to train a couple of days with Chris and his group when I was in Perth on business back in December. Good bunch.
-Steve

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Hey Steve,

This is the bald eurasian dude who turned up from training late when we trained outside in the dark attempting to dodge mosquitoes. Heh, how are you mate?

Joe

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hi joe,


thanks for the info. i think i'll be in perth from the 1st ish till the 9 th july, for a bit of a look around. hopefully i can make it to the dojo for a few sessions!


(i will call in advance, incase you mistake me for a tramp )

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Dazza,

We all look like tramps. I.e bad haircuts, sloppy ninja gear, dodgy footwear and bad smells.

Joe De Cotta

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