The Bujinkan Hutch Dojo ( NTC of Canada) was founded in 1988 by Dai Shihan Brad Hutchinson, and is affiliated with the Bujinkan Dojo in Japan and the 34th Grandmaster Soke Masaaki Hatsumi.
Under the instruction of Sensei Brad, the Bujinkan Hutch Dojo has produced many excellent students, who have found success in many walks of life. Many students have found success in law enforcement and the military. Our doors are always open to prospective students who wish to study the art. The Bujinkan specializes in the Samaurai and Ninja Arts.
As a student body, we are a diverse group. Many of us searched for a martial art beyond the sport arena for something applicable and effective in modern times and we believe that we have found it in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu. Whether you are looking to improve your skills for career purposes or are simply looking for personal self protection, you will find this art both relevant and invaluable in todays world.
Also, there is an annual trip to Japan so that students may have the opportunity to study under Hatsumi Sensei and his Dai Shihans.
If you have any questions, please contact the Dojo at 227-4166 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you at training!
A professional athlete mentally and physically prepares for the event or sport to become the best they can to win. They want to achieve gold, or the highest symbolism of the sport or event. They strive to be the best or the winner.
After time goes on and achievements accomplished, the athlete must retire because of age, physical ability, or dis-function. They may become a coach or a guide for the next generation, depending on their achievements or depending on the publics opinions.
A true warrior in budo does not train to win but to live and survive for all extremes in time. The warrior stays focused and consistantly is training and living till the time of death in our life. We as martial warriors don’t retire and convince our self that our time has passed and had a good run when I was healthy. Even if the warrior takes ill, they press on and preserve life as much as they can. If the warrior can’t sprint the 100 meter dash in 13 seconds to catch someone or something, they figure out a simpler plan to catch the foe. Again this is the art of the warrior.
Welcome to the New Year 2019, the Year of the Pig! Anyone looking to come down and register at the dojo, on Monday nights from 5:30 p.m till 7:00 p.m. and Thursday night from 7:00 p.m till 8:30 p.m. Looking forward to another great year! The Bujinkan Hutch Dojo is promoting Japanese Culture and History. The 1st month to the new student is Free! Two classes a week.
You can register or inquire about the program at email@example.com.
2019 is the Year of the Pig!