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Anyone teaching in Victoria B.C.
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Anyone teaching in Victoria B.C.? I can afford private lessons if there is no dojo.

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Jon Thompson

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Those are some guys from British Columbia - they might be close enough :) There might be some changes in ranks and locations... Good luck.

Donald Munro - Shihan, "Martial Arts University" Vancouver.
Scott White - 7th Dan, Fleetwood, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Glenn Ford - 7th Dan, Williams Lake. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Chad Maltais - 6th Dan, Williams Lake. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Ken Hospes - 6th Dan, Winfield. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Mike Daly - 4th Dan, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Lorna Suzuki - 4th Dan, Fleetwood, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
John Deveau - 3rd Dan, Cobble Hill.
John Munro - 3rd Dan, Shidoshi-ho, "Martial Arts University" Vancouver.
Samantha Schwann - 3rd Dan, Shidoshi-ho, "Martial Arts University" Vancouver.
Chris Taylor - 3rd Dan, Fleetwood, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Steve Holmes - 3rd Dan, Fleetwood, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Tim Brassard - 3rd Dan, Coldstream. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Dorsun Satoglu - 3rd Dan, Location ???
Michael Smith - 3rd Dan, Sunshine Coast. Mukashi Kaigan Dojo.
Paul Mann - 3rd Dan, Fleetwood, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Gene Benoit - 3rd Dan, "Martial Arts University" Vancouver.
Kiera MacFarlane - 2nd Dan, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Shaun Lees - 2nd Dan, Richmond.
Jericho Steele - 2nd Dan, Shidoshi-ho, "Martial Arts University" Vancouver.
Daniel Rheaume - 2nd Dan, Vancouver.
Stephen Miller - 2nd Dan, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo e-mail
Janice Mayhew - 1st Dan, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo e-mail
Sam Peekeekoot - 1st Dan, Vancouver Island - Nanaimo.
Nicholas Steele - 1st Dan, Victoria.
Nathan Stewart - 1st Dan, Vancouver.
Y.J. Hsiao - 1st Dan, "Martial Arts University" Vancouver.
Chris Klaming - 1st Dan, Victoria.
Sarah Davies-Long - 1st Dan, location?
Duncan Irwin - 1st Dan, Nanaimo.
Dustin Snyder - 1st Dan, Cobble Hill.
Larry Smith - 1st Dan, Fleetwood, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Phillip Waggett - 1st Dan, Fleetwood, Surrey. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Jim Eastgate - Shidoshi, Maple Ridge. Taka Seigi Dojo.
Robert Pfuetzenreuter - Shidoshi, Victoria.


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Thanks....I've been trying to track down a couple of those people but have just run in to dead ends so far.

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A few of my friends teach in Victoria. PM me if you want some info or an update on that list.



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Contact Richard Norman in Vancouver, he'd probably be able to help you.
Ed Martin aka Papa-san

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Re: Anyone teaching in Victoria B.C.
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Ninjitsu classes will be taught at my dojo on Tues/Thurs from 7:30pm - 9:30pm by Brain B and Brain C. (4th dan)

Classes start Jan 10 2005

Feel free to visit our website or drop me a line :sensei@aikijujitsu.ca

cheers
Ari Bolden

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Will those be Bujinkan classes, or just "Ninjitsu" classes?

My first impression from looking at your Akijujitsu site combine with the fact that you don't spell Ninjutsu correctly is that what you are talking about is not bona fide Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, but something else (which doesn't belong on this site, if that is the case).

Sorry if I'm jumping to conclusions here - just going on what info you're presenting.

People should take care that they are getting authentic instruction from a certified Bujinkan instructor who can authenticate that with a current Shidoshikai membership card issued by Honbu dojo.

Caveat emptor,

Shawn

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Re: Anyone teaching in Victoria B.C.
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Shawn:

Ironically, after you wrote that I spelt 'ninjitsu' wrong you ended up spelling aikijujitsu incorrectly (Akijujitsu). Funny how that works eh?

You should have noted that I am a Jujitsu instructor providing class times for ninpo/ninjitsu/ninjutsu. My site is NOT a ninjitsu one.

I was just trying to convey some information for the members of this forum but (again) someone jumped to a conclusion (the last thread where this occurred was thankfully deleted).

I apologize for not spelling ninjitsu (ninjutsu) in a way you are accustomed. In my experience, there are many ways to spell jitsu (as can be seen by posts even on this site). Semantics really in the translation. I get that all the time with jujitsu (jiu jitsu...jujutsu)...It is a great leap to draw some of the conclusions you came to by the mere spelling of a word.

FYI: Both instructors are bujinkan trained and current members through the bujinkan hombu. What and how they teach is up to them.

There seems to be a lot of bad budo in regards to ninjitsu so I can understand your trepidation. But I was just making a simple post which seemed to have been turned on its ear yet again?!?

Yours in Aiki

Ari Bolden
Victoria Jujitsu Academy

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Hi there!

I have not yet met Ari but what it looks like to me is that he is renting space out of his (jujitsu) dojo for Bujinkan classes with two skilled instructors twice a week.

For those who are interested in Bujinkan training in Victoria, this will be a great opportunity. When I began training in '99, Brian C had already trained in Japan and I have personally trained in Japan on many occasions with Brian B. They are both good guys who have experience in the Bujinkan.

I am looking forward to training with these guys whenever I am back in Victoria for visits.

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I will be in Seattle on Jan 7-8 with Philip Gigler and it may be possible to network with the people there. If you want information just pm me. I find that the people in the area are the best one to go to to learn who is teaching and where. Also you get pretty good feedback on the quality of their instruction.
Ed Martin aka Papa-san

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