Westchester New York Kenjutsu Classes

Kenjutsu (Japanese sword) instruction & classes. Batto: Drawing the sword. Kamae: Postures; methods of holding the sword. Kiri: Cutting with the sword. Kata: Formal patterns. Kenjutsu Heiho: Sword strategy & philosophy. Instruction with bokken and shinai as expressed through the kenjutsu lessons of the Bujinkan Dojo martial arts. Please use the links below for more information or to contact us with any questions.

By Shinmyoken, ago
Martial Arts Training

Westchester New York Private Martial Arts Lessons

Students are exposed to a variety of self-defense skills, traditional training tools, and life-skills immediately applicable in a variety of situations. All training is one-on-one, adapting for the unique needs and learning methods of each person. No previous martial arts experience is needed or required. Taijutsu: Unarmed Self-Defense Methods Jutaijutsu: Grappling Methods Dakentaijutsu: Striking Methods Kenjutsu: Japanese Sword Bojutsu: 6ft Staff Hanbo: 3ft Stick Sojutsu: Japanese Spear (Yari) Heiho: Samurai Strategy & Philosophy Training Principals: Read more…

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Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu Kyu Training Manual (PDF Download)

The Bujinkan Shinmyoken Dojo is proud to offer the following training guide which is used at the kyu (green belt) level of training for our group. It covers various training points to keep in mind as one works through the ten ryaku no maki level of training, both inside and outside of class. Also covered are explanations and points to keep in mind for training principals such as distance, timing, and rhythm. Please note this Read more…

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Martial Arts Training

How Long Does It Take To Get A Black Belt?

How long does it take to get a black belt in the martial arts? This is a natural question, especially for new students just starting their journey in the martial arts. A black belt for many is a symbol of proficiency, an understanding, and obtaining it represents a tangible goal in the martial arts. We want to learn the martial arts and get good at it, if we earn a black belt we must be Read more…

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