Here are the 5 top reasons you should learn Ninjutsu.

Self defence: Most martial arts are really sports but Ninjutsu was developed for just one purpose – to stay safe – meaning it is purpose-built for self defence in a way that few other arts are.

Boost confidence: How can your confidence not grow when you’re empowering yourself with the arts of Japan’s famed ninja and samurai warriors?

It works for everyone: You don’t need to be a super athlete. While Ninjutsu will definitely help you get in shape, because it relies on natural movement, you do not need strength or to be crazily flexible to do the art.

It’s a complete martial art: Ninjutsu is a complete art that involves striking, kicking, grappling, locking, throwing, choking, groundfighting, a huge array of weapons and more. We do it all.

Get fit while learning a skill: Learning Ninjutsu gives you two for one. You can get in shape while learning an amazing martial art. It’s more fun that running on the spot on a treadmill.

 

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8 Comments

Aerick · March 2, 2016 at 11:22 am

May i know how many lessons per week and timing if sign for the introductory 6 weeks membership

    Nachum Kaplan · March 2, 2016 at 11:30 am

    The 6-week introduction gets you 2 lessons a week for 6 weeks. The class schedule is listed on the website.

Kong · April 18, 2016 at 7:47 pm

what is the different between beginner and all grade?

    Nachum Kaplan · April 19, 2016 at 7:44 am

    The Beginners Classes differ in a few ways. They cover material only from the first 3 ranks of the syllabus (such as postures, basic footwork, striking, kicking, leaping, break-falling and rolling and fundamental concepts) with the aim being to give people a strong foundation in the basics. These classes are taught in a way that assumes to no prior knowledge so the material is presented in a very student friendly way.

    Open Classes can cover material from any part of the syllabus – from total beginner to well above black belt level – and this is actually the art is normally taught.

    Most people will move out of the Beginners Classes and into the Open Classes in 3-6 months (although we do have more experienced students who like to train in the Beginners Classes to so they can keep strengthening their basics.

Elan · December 13, 2016 at 11:12 pm

do you have any age criteria for classses. I am 59 and fit.

    Nachum Kaplan · February 8, 2017 at 11:59 am

    No. We have no age restrictions. Everyone is welcome.

Teo Hock Soon · November 15, 2017 at 12:30 pm

The 6-week introduction gets you 2 lessons a week.Possible to adjust to 12 week 1 lesson a week due to busy work schedule??

    Nachum Kaplan · November 15, 2017 at 12:44 pm

    No. It is not possible to extend it to 12 weeks. However, at $97 it is still incredible value if you do train just once a week for 6 weeks. Should you choose to join at the end of the 6-week introduction then we do indeed have membership options for just 1 lesson a week.

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