Classes for men and women (14+ years old) are held on weekdays at our dojo (warrior training hall) in Nicosia, on the following days:
Tuesday: 19:30 – 21:00
Thursday: 18:30 – 20:00
Classes for juniors (boys and girls 7-13 years old) are held on weekdays at:
Monday – Thursday: 18:30 – 19:30
Women Self-Defense Classes:
Lessons on demand!
Please call us for more information.
Outdoor training is also given to the participants of the dojo in order to further develop their skills.
Ninjutsu training is based on the nine martial art traditions of the Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.
Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu practice doesn’t include participation in competitions or contests, as the school’s training aims to develop the skills to protect one’s self and others, through the use of techniques which often focus on the disabling (breaking) of the attacker’s limbs and which can also potentially cause their death.
The Bujinkan does not adhere to any guideline or set of rules to limit action or techniques during training, as such many of the staple responses of a student would be inappropriate in most competitions. Specifically however, the Bujinkan is mostly known for teaching koshi jutsu (joint manipulation art), koppo jutsu (bone manipulation art), jutai jutsu (throwing, grappling, ground fighting), dakentai jutsu (strikes), happo biken jutsu (various modern and traditional weapons), and ninpo tactics and strategies (Ninjutsu). The depth of training in the Bujinkan, is designed to open the eyes of the student to the endless possibilities and potential in all situations.
Taijutsu (body art, body arts, art of the body) is the system of unarmed defense. Throws holds, chokes, locks of the joints are all techniques of taijutsu. Taijutsu is divided into subsystems, daken-taijutsu or the way of attacking the bones and ju-taijutsu or the relaxed body method. Daken-tai jutsu utilizes and teaches strikes, kicks and blocks. Ju-taijutsu which utilizes and teaches grappling and throwing techniques. The first levels of training such as leaping, tumbling, proper fall techniques, body conditioning form the basis for taijutsu, these techniques are necessary in order to progress into other techniques such as the use of tools and weapons. Once learned Taijutsu techniques can be applied to any situation, armed or unarmed.