Shihan Richard Ramnarine RMT DOMP BSc DO(Euro)
Dr Richard Ramnarine has been studying the esoteric and martial arts for over 30 years. He is a certified Reiki Master and teaches meditation, which include tantric, Vedic, Daoist, hermetic, and shamanic practices. His experience in various eastern and western martial art forms have led him to be the founder and chief instructor at Kage Musha Dojo. Richard currently holds the ranks of Godan (5th Degree) in Combat Aiki Jujutsu, Godan (5th Degree) and Shihan(Master Instructor) license in Hoshinroshiryu Jutaijutsu, Yondan (4th Degree) in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, Sandan (3rd Degree) in Yoshin Ryu Jujitsu and is also an Original Jeet Kune Do Instructor. Richard is a modern mystic and welcomes all to join in the path of empowerment & self-realization.
Ninjutsu Sundays 4pm to 5:30pm(Okanagan Falls)
Sensei Rustam Mann(Summerland Martial Arts Club)
Rustam Mann has over 10 years experience in martial arts training. Having spent majority of his time at the Kage Musha Dojo, Rustam is a level 2 Blackbelt in Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu and is also is an Original Jeet Kune Do Instructor. Also under the Kage Musha Dojo he has studied the art of Combat Jujitsu and currently holds a 1st Kyu (Brown Belt) allowing him to be an assistant instructor in the art as well. Rustam believes in the three precepts of the Ryu, Always strive to be a good human being; Always strive to learn and grow; Always strive to help those in need.
Summerland Martial Arts Club
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Youth – 4pm to 4:45pm
Adult – 4:45pm to 5:45pm
Sensei Armaan Verma(Penticton Ninjutsu)
Armaan Verma has over 10 years of martial arts training. Majority of his time and training was at the Kage Musha Dojo. He currently is a level 2 Blackbelt in Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu and 4th Kyu in Combat Jujitsu which he obtained through the Kage Musha Dojo. He also holds the ranks of 4th Kyu in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu and 6th Kyu 3rd degree in Shorinji Kan Jiu Jitsu. “Learning and growing at the Kage Musha Dojo has not only helped me excel in my taijutsu and spiritual practices but has also motivated me in life to ensure that I make the best of the opportunities that come my way and that I am able to give a helping hand to those in need.”
Penticton Ninjutsu – Penticton Community Center
Mondays /Wednesdays/ Fridays
Kids – 5 to 5:30pm
Youth – 5:30pm to 6:15pm
Adult – 5:30pm to 6:15pm
Sensei Jay Willmot(Ryerson Ninjutsu)
Jay Willmot has over 9 years of martial arts training, including studying the art of Hoshindo Ninpo Taijutsu for over 5 years at Kage Musha Dojo, where he currently holds the rank of Level 2 Blackbelt. Jay is a lawyer and environmentalist, focusing on the development and integration of renewable energy systems within Ontario communities. “Training at Kage Musha Dojo has been fundamental in helping me develop the physical, mental, and spiritual tools to succeed in both personal and professional life. My time on the mats represents a welcome break from the stresses of a fast-paced work environment, aiding in the achievement of balance and perspective within myself. I am a better person for the time I’ve spent at Kage Musha Dojo and look forward helping others in their own journey to Go Beyond the Physical.”
Neeta Dash(Brampton West Ninjutsu)
Training Group Leader
Neeta Dash has been training at Kage Musha Dojo for the past 7 years and holds the rank of 2nd Kyu. “While continuing to train at Kage Musha Dojo, I am on a path of self-discovery and continue to pursue a path of peace. When I’m not doing that, I’m doing the next best thing – sleeping! I enjoy great humor and love sharing what I learn here with others, so if you want to learn how to live courageously come train!”
Amal Benoit (Brampton West Ninjutsu)
Amal Benoit has been studying the art of Hoshino Ninpo Taijutsu for over 7 years at Kage Musha Dojo. He is currently a level 1 Blackbelt.
He is a Family Therapist, a certified Reiki Master, a certified Hotstone Massage Therapist and an Advanced Theta Healing Practitioner.
My time at Kage Musha Dojo continues to help me excel in my taijutsu and spiritual practice as well as becoming a better person overall. The art is not only about punching, kicking and defending but a transformational journey. It provides one with the tools to get the most out of life. After my first few classes, I began to understand the meaning of going beyond the physical.
Brampton West Ninjutsu