What can I start ninjutsu with?

Discussion in 'Ninjutsu' started by Loraella Hawkligh, Feb 18, 2018.

  1. Loraella Hawkligh

    Loraella Hawkligh New Member

    Hello, I am from Czech republic and there aren't any ninjutsu schools.. Soo Can you, guys, tell me with what can I start? I'm training Sanahin no kata.
     
  2. Pretty In Pink

    Pretty In Pink Valued Member MAP 2017 Gold Award

    Start with whatever art is available to you. Find all the martial arts classes in your area, then try all of them and see which one you like the most and also gits in with your schedule. Good luck, and welcome to MAP!
     
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  3. Dead_pool

    Dead_pool the merc with the mouth MAP 2017 Moi Award

    Instruktor – Bujinkan Dojo Prague

    Yes there is, maybe email these people and ask which dojo is closest to you!
     
  4. Nachi

    Nachi Valued Member Supporter

    What part of the Czech Republic are you in? I also found this Bujinkan dojo and in fact, even heard of their Prague dojo. They seem to have spread to several cities. Maybe one of them is within reach?
     
  5. yorukage

    yorukage Valued Member

    If you can't find a legitimate Shidoshi that regularly trains in Japan, or a Shidoshi-Ho with goals to train in Japan, then I wouldn't suggest taking up the art. You need a Sensei who can guide you on the journey, I'd look for a really good school around you that you can study with even if it's not Bujinkan. If you are really committed to learning Bujinkan, then find the closest Shidoshi to you (use the internet to do some searching for who the closest is) and travel to him/her regularly. At some point, you might get permission to form your own study group under that Shidoshi's guidance. This route will take a lot of dedication, time, and resources on your part, but it's the only way if you really want to learn the art.
     
  6. Kaigun

    Kaigun New Member

    Also check out Genbukan however they have fewer dojos.
     
  7. Monkey_Magic

    Monkey_Magic Active Member

    I looked everywhere to find a ninja master. However, a good ninja is hard to see :D
     
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  8. pgsmith

    pgsmith Valued dismemberer

    I think the OP wants to be able to say they are training ninjutsu without having to deal with any of that inconvenient and time consuming learning from an actual instructor stuff. :)

    I could be wrong though, it has been known to happen on occasion.
     

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