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The Bujinkan Dojo is an international Martial arts organisation headed by Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi. He is the inheritor of 9 traditional martial arts schools which comprise the Bujinkan system. Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu covers a wide variety of disciplines, these include self defence, Kata, weapons training, grappling, throws, and strikes.

These skills combine to make an effective self protection system.

 

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Students

Like other martial arts we have ranks in the form of belts. Rank is a method of knowing that one is improving, the training is more important than the grade. It is seen by many who train that learning and understanding the techniques, principles and "feeling" of the training, to become effective is the main goal of training.

Rank will come with time served.

To study this art will take time, patience and commitment.

If you think that you have the time, patience and commitment to learn this art give us a call.

 

 

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Bujinkan Worksop Dojo provide a friendly and open environment for the study of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.

Both beginners and experienced martial artists are welcome.

With ages ranging from people in their fifties to people in their twenties, some having over 30 years of martial arts experience to others having just a few months training, we welcome people from complete new starter to advanced martial artists.

 

In martial arts there is always something old to practice and something new to learn.

As a martial art Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is non competitive and their are no competitions or tournaments, students study and share knowledge to improve their own and others knowledge and understanding of this unique and effective Martial Art.

 

This approach builds friendships and respect and leads to a better understanding of what is been studied and teaches the practitioner just what they are capable of and then going beyond that point and improving themselves further.

 

Classes Taught by a 9th Dan Shidoshi practitioner.

 

Bujinkan Worksop Dojo is registered with the Bujinkan Dojo in Japan.

 

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For more information about Bujinkan Worksop Dojo and the training that takes place there please phone:

 

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Training

Currently the group train on a Sunday morning:

 

The Venue:

 

Crown Place

Sandy Lane,

Worksop

S80 1TS

 

Training costs £5.50 per session.

 

 

More training times may be available soon

 

 

 

Times


START TIME:           10.00Am

 

FINNISH TIME:         Midday

 

People may wish to arrive at 09.45Am

to change and warm up for training.

History

This system of martial arts is older than the popular Judo, Karate, Aikido or Taekwondo arts, and retains its warrior heritage. Our 900 year-old tradition is ideal for actual personal defence since it requires no speed or strength, but relies on instinctive and natural movements. We build upon timing, distance and balance. In fact, this system is sometimes referred to as the “Martial Arts of Distance”.

 

THE GROUP

 

The Group has been in existence since early 1990 and has never closed or stopped training in that time, we have moved venue but have always been training, The group currently rents a room in which to train. The word Dojo is much misunderstood in the west, it simple translation is "house of way" a place to train. a place where people come together to study Japanese Martial Arts. We are not a well known group and have not sought to be, we are a group that takes what we study very seriously, but this does not mean we cannot have a laugh and loads of fun on the way. In effect wherever people meet to train is a Dojo, but more than this the Dojo is the people that comprise the group, as we all come together to study and share our journey in the martial arts. The training group does not run as a business, training fees are used to pay for the training venue and for equipment needed for training, this ensures that we have a regular place to train and are able to continue our studies.