After every event this week, we add Kumite (sparring) and Randori (Free responses) to the training; I will post the safety equipment need for training. We also go over stress and anger management in combat. I made a mistake this week, and I didn’t seriously hurt just black eye, but I made a critically tacticalContinue reading “The lesson to be learned when surviving a street fight.”
Our Dōjō is reopening on June 20th, 2020 for Film online and live streaming classes. We will being a series of videos on the follow subjects first. Warm-up Nutrition and Diet Stretching Physical Conditioning Cool downs Mediatation The next series ukemi and katas. Hope you enjoy! We start Filming June 20th
We going to be film training and Practice for martial artist and posting it to YouTube Channel; please like and subscribe to blog here and You Tube channel. Thanks Charles O. Lucas Dōjō-Cho https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEdLn5cVl3EMWdxbJLkWIwg
Manhattan classes: Starting January 7th, every Tuesday we will be have Budo and Ninpo Taijutsu class in Manhattan 7pm to 9pm At the Tanjiki Dojo Email firstname.lastname@example.org Or text 917-975-0925 From location and address. Queens classes: Monday, Thursday, and Friday From 7pm to 9pm Email email@example.com Or text 917-975-0925 From location and address.
I am working on new original artwork from scratch of the dojo shop to put on t-shirts and mugs and stuff. I redesigning the dojo logo as well. It will be the same but made up of hand draw art. Let’s know in the comments. if you like what we are doing, click “Like,” “Fellow”,Continue reading “Dojo Shop”
Sorry, to anyone coming to our website, we more the last of website content and fixed a lot of broken links. Our next is to import all the old blog entries. I also had fix up the menus and organized the links. Thank you for your patience. Let’s know in the comments. if you likeContinue reading “Fixed”
What is a dojo? do·jo, ˈdōˌjō/ noun: dojo; plural noun: dojosa room or hall in which judo and other martial arts are practiced. Origin Japanese, from dō ‘way, pursuit’ + jō ‘a place.’ A dojo (道場 dōjō?) is a Japanese term which literally means “place of the way“. Initially, dōjōs were adjunct to temples InContinue reading “what is a dojo?”
The dojo is now open; we apologize for December 2016; as we had a lot of family emergency and dojo was closed a lot. We apologize to Anyone who missed An appointment.