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Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu(Ninjutsu)

Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu is an enlightened art with a focus on self-development and survival in urban life. The combat theories and principles in Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu make it easy for anyone, at any age, gender or physical ability, to take part in classes. The fundamentals of the art consists of easy to apply locks, simple strikes, effective pressure points, effortless grappling, and use of traditional and everyday items used as weapons. Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu’s roots stem from modern and traditional Ninja arts. The emphasis is on the importance of life skills which include life strategies, philosophy, healing and meditation to enable the student to live an empowered life, in order for the student to achieve the state of Tatsujin (fully actualized self). Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu does not train for tap outs. We are not a sport martial art. We are a reality based martial art. Come and see for your self what Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu can offer you.

Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu is divided into 22 core subsystems:

Taihenjutsu – Movement and positioning techniques
Ukemi – Breakfall and injury prevention techniques
Kaiten – Rolling technique
Hichojutsu – Leaping and jumping
Dakentaijutsu – Striking and Kicking
Koppojutsu – Strikes against bone structures
Kosshijutsu – Strikes against muscles and nerve points
Jutaijutsu – Grappling
Nagewaza – Throwing techniques

Shimewaza – Strangulation techniques
– 3 ft staff techniques
Kusari Fundo-jutsu – Weighted chain techniques
Tanto-jutsu – Knife techniques
Tanbo-jutsu – 2 ft stick techniques
Bo-jutsu – long staff techniques
Ken-jutsu – Sword techniques
Sui ren – water training techniques
Shinobi iri – stealth and infiltration techniques
Intonjutsu – escape and evasion
Cho ho – espionage
Bo ryaku – strategies and tactics

Seshin Teki Kyoyo – Spiritual Refinement

Classes are held on Sundays 7:30 pm to 9 pm

Real Ninjutsu is not for assassins or wrongdoers, but for those who wish to cultivate perseverance and endurance in order to find better ways of leading a happy life. It is only for those whose heart is in the right place.
Ninjutsu was not actually called Ninjutsu right from the start. It started out as “shinobi methods” (shinobi-no-ho), meaning methods for discerning what is right for the world, enduring, training to become a moral being, becoming aware of one’s destiny, or dedicating one’s life to other people or the world as a whole.”
– Masaaki Hatsumi, Bujinkan Soke
“I do not think that Budo is only to train and become strong.
There are much more important things, like learning to recognize our own faults
 and correct them, and to live a happy life.
Practicing the realization of happiness is the true path of Budo. “
– Masaaki Hatsumi, Bujinkan Soke

The Goals

To provide the student with the tools to navigate the tides of changing events, the strategies for not only steering clear of danger, but laying the plans to prosper. We do not study these arts to become the deadliest or most well-known martial-artist. We study these arts to improve and protect ourselves and provide our family with security and peace of mind. We study these arts to become healthy and happy. Wherever we are, the people around us are safer.