Come and learn the self-defense methods of the Legendary Samurai and Ninja. Ancient Martial Art arts evolved for the 21st century. Whether you're interested in our programs for mental or physical well being, The Dojo offers a number of programs that will fit your personal needs and your busy schedule. Nine lineages of Samurai and Ninja secrets to learn and apply to the 21st Century. Open to all levels of students. Classes are every Wednesday at PM. Dynamic weekly classes on the History and Weaponry of the Samurai and Ninja.
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This is traditionally in the field of martial arts, but has been seen increasingly in other fields, such as meditation and software development. The term literally means "place of the Way " in Japanese. The actual training is conducted typically outdoors or in a less formal area. The term kamiza means " place of honor " and a related term, kamidana refers to the shrine itself. Visitors may have a special place reserved, depending on their rank and station. Weapons and other training gear will normally be found on the back wall. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Japanese term for formal training hall of any martial arts.
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We know that kids can accomplish amazing things. We help them channel their energy in productive ways and teach them that with focus, their goals are within their reach. Kids who are more confident and sure of themselves stand a little taller, set better examples for others, and become leaders. When kids believe in themselves and have a community of people around them who support and encourage them, they shine. The Dojo is trusted by hundreds of families to provide an atmosphere of structure, fun, and support for both kids and parents. The best way to see what The Dojo is all about is to check out a class for yourself. Our programs have been refined over decades of work with kids and families to give kids short-term, medium, and long-term goals that keep them excited and motivated to continue training and keep their training fun. We start by building a foundation of discipline and respect with our Zero Rule and One Rule projects, then we get kids thinking, acting, and ultimately leading like Black Belts. The Dojo is so much more than kicks and punches. It is character building.
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