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Introduction to Bujinkan Dōjō Martial Arts October 2021

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Bujinkan Jishin Dōjō

Molesworth Pl

DUBLIN 2 Dublin

Ireland

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Interested in learning traditional Japanese martial arts? The dōjō is running an eight-week introductory course.

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Interested in learning traditional Japanese martial arts? The dōjō is running an eight-week introductory course. This course covers all aspects of training in the Bujinkan dōjō. No previous experience is necessary. Training is open to both men and women over the age of 18

When: Monday 18th of October

For how long: 8 weeks

Where: Bujinkan Jishin Dōjō in Molesworth Lane, Dublin 2 (just behind St. Ann’s Church on Dawson St.).

How much: €80 if you are employed, €50 if you are a student or unwaged

What’s included in the cost?

• 8 weeks of classes, one hour per class

• Printed Training Manual

• Black Training uniform with a white belt

What’s covered in the course?

• Striking – basics of punching and kicking

• Hold to fall and land safely

• Escapes from being grabbed

• Basics of either kenjutsu (fighting using a sword) or hanbojutsu (fighting using a three-foot staff)

• Dojo etiquette

What do I do now?

Either book a ticket or contact jishindojo@gmail.com for more information

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Bujinkan Jishin Dōjō

Molesworth Pl

DUBLIN 2 Dublin

Ireland

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Refund policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

Organiser Bujinkan Jishin Dojo

Organiser of Introduction to Bujinkan Dōjō Martial Arts October 2021

The Bujinkan Jishin Dojo is based in St. Ann’s Parish Centre, Molesworth Place, Dublin 2, Ireland. It is part of the International Bujinkan Dojo. The International Bujinkan Dojo is an organisation founded and directed by Masaaki Hatsumi Soke, its function is to transmit the teachings of the nine ryu-ha of which Hatsumi sensei holds the title of soke.

The word jishin can mean a number of different things depending on which kanji are used. The particular kanji used here (助命) mean to show clemency or to spare a life. If different kanji are used jishin can be translated as self-confidence or as earthquake.

The dojo-cho (instructor) is Tom Clements, he is a registered shidoshi (instructor) with the Bujinkan Shidoshi Kai in Japan.

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