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Bujinkan on the Bayou
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We do not have any ninpo dojo around; so, we have a senior instructor visit us...

A Shihan Menkyo, "The Texas Tiger" first visited Louisiana in 2004. He continually
travels to bayou country to help us develop our ninpo skills.

During his last visit, he shared more concepts about individual combat. He sets
an excellent example with technical skill and persistance to achieve more!!

He is well received and his next arrival is anticipated.

Posted on: 2007/1/22 9:55
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Hi John,

Are you announcing a seminar? Or did part of your post get deleted..?

Posted on: 2007/1/23 1:08
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John,

Do you all train in any other MA. I had found while in college that there was no Taijutsu class at the University that I attended. There was an Aikido club though. In talking with the Aikido instructor I was able to train and share Bujinkan concepts (Kata/Waza) with the Aikido class. They were very gracious hosts and I learned a bit of Aikido to go along with my Taijutsu. It's sometimes tough to find willing punching bags. If training venues become an issue, try to talk to another instructor in the area and see if you all can train with them. Judo and Aikido (or other japanese arts) seem to be more open.

Just a thought

Posted on: 2007/4/23 13:11
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Quote:

SGordon wrote:
In talking with the Aikido instructor I was able to train and share Bujinkan concepts (Kata/Waza) with the Aikido class.

What do you mean by "share Bujinkan concepts"?

PS. do you belong to the Bujinkan Shidôshi-kai?

Posted on: 2007/4/23 15:38
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Not that it really mattered at the time, but I had permission from my instructor to train with these folks and share the concepts of movment as it applies to the Bujinkan with this class.

Posted on: 2007/4/26 0:51
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