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Bujinkan Shoki Dojo
€12 for 3 Introduction Classes or €40 for a 10 Week Beginner Course of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu Martial Arts (value up to €100)
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- Train, study and have fun learning the practices of Ninjas - yes Ninjas!
- €12 for three introduction classes or €40 for a ten week beginner course of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.
- Study a rich tradition of Japanese martial arts with a lineage stretching back hundreds of years.
- Classes are taught by Luc Breathnach and Gareth Walsh, both 5th Dan Shidoshi who have trained in Japan.
- The Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu studio is situated in Donnybrook.
Do you remember Karate and Taekwondo? That's all been overtaken by Zumba this and Tae-Bo that over the years. Well today, we have the chance to train in the stuff of myths and legends - why it's the Japanese martial art of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu of course.
Try something new, interesting and unique for just €12 for three introduction classes or €40 for a ten week beginner course of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu. Not bad for a deal that usually costs up to €100.
Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is a martial arts system which is made up of nice traditional Japanese Martial Arts schools. Students of the art study a particular type of body movement known as Budo Taijutsu. Classes are held every Tuesday, 7pm - 9pm.
Each class lasts two hours and typically follows this format, see here. Every second class will focus on weapons of some sort, and in this way students will receive a wide exposure to the various tools used in the Bujinkan.
The benefits of these classes are plentiful, like: building confidence, increased self esteem, learn how to deal with conflict and how to move your body naturally, increase fitness, increase perception, self defense and to study martial arts secrets understood by few outside of Japan.
In addition to unarmed combat methods, the Bujinkan also studies various traditional Japanese weapons including long and short sword (katana & wakizashi), spear (yari), halberd (naginata), knife (tanto & kunai), long, medium and short staff (bo, jo & hanbo), rope and chain. Thrown weapons are also covered. Now that sounds interesting.