Thinking….Reflection….

I was looking over George Ohashi page this stuck out and has me think…..please enjoy. This week I have  been doing a lot of reflection especially after the poetry reading and these last few days of training. Hatsumi, Sensei has said in the past I believe in “the Ninja Grandmaster’s Handbook” that he gives aContinue reading “Thinking….Reflection….”

New class schedule!

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 info@rukasubudodojo.com Or text 917-975-0925 From location and address. Queens classes: Monday, Thursday, and Friday From 7pm to 9pm Email info@rukasubudodojo.com Or text 917-975-0925 From location and address.

Update #2: November 1st will be starting Children’s and Teen Classes at the dojo. During the week there will be individual classes for children and teens as well as adults to training and a special class on Sunday called family class and Parents and Kids will train and work together to learn as a FamilyContinue reading

My fellow Buyu Meredith new Blog

My fellow Buyu has a new blog. Merridith Allen is a writer, actress, martial artist, yogini and story consultant extraordinaire, residing in New York City. Merridith’s plays have been produced by The Manhattan Repertory Theatre, The Provincetown Theater, The Hudson Guild Theatre, and The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre as part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival.Continue reading “My fellow Buyu Meredith new Blog”

‘The Origin of Jûjutsu’ by Dr. Kacem Zoughari

‘The Origin of Jûjutsu’ Jujutsu is a generic term used since the beginning of the Edo (1603-1867) period that incorrectly describes a set of open-hand techniques, lightly armed or using different weapons. Although this word is recent, it refers more to a way of moving the body than a specific combat technique. Jûjutsu is inherentContinue reading “‘The Origin of Jûjutsu’ by Dr. Kacem Zoughari”

Kamae (構え) – Part 1

When learning an about Kamae (構え) posture is not enough to simply just copy Kamae (構え) posture. Copying is Kamae (構え) Posture is only the beginning. Kamae (構え) Posture is not just about knowing the correct posture. Kamae (構え) teaches structure and body alignment and with knowing proper body alignment you are the power andContinue reading “Kamae (構え) – Part 1”