Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu

Taijutsu, (体術, literally "body technique" or "body skill") is a Japanese martial art blanket term for any combat skills, technique or system of martial art using body movements that are described as an empty-hand combat skill or system.

The Bujinkan Dojo or “Warrior God Training Hall,” is a worldwide Dojo organized in the 1970’s by Hatsumi Sensei and headquartered in Noda, Japan. Hatsumi Sensei inherited the nine ryu ha from his teacher, the late Takamatsu Toshitsugu in 1972.

Shinobi fitness utilizes the traditions and techniques of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu as a path of instruction which upholds the deep history and tradition of the art and translates well into modern self defense skills and tactics. 

7 Virtues of Bushido Kanji stacked vertically; the kanji stands for Integrity, Respect, Heroic Courage, Honor, Compassion, Honesty & Sincerity, Duty & Loyalty
Red circle with Bujin kanji in black with white outline in the center. Bujin stands for "Divine Warrior Spirit" and is the symbol of the Bujinkan organization
7 Virtues of Bushido Kanji stacked vertically; the kanji stands for Integrity, Respect, Heroic Courage, Honor, Compassion, Honesty & Sincerity, Duty & Loyalty

Our Classes

An instructor holds a martial arts striking pad for a young child wearing a black gi and white martial arts belt as she practices kicking

Tiny Ninjas Taijutsu

For our tiniest martial artists, we engage the foundations of our art through movement, play, and exploration. Our Tiny Ninja students learn the basics of ukemi (falling techniques), kata (individual training exercises), and basic kicks & punches. 

An older student stands with his back facing the camera as he waits for his instructor to swing a foam training sword toward him during an in-class exercise.

Children's Junior Taijutsu

Our Children's Taijutsu program sets students up for success as martial artists through an emphasis on discipline, self-improvement, and confidence building. As students hone in on the foundations, they begin to learn the traditions and principles of Budo Taijutsu and modern self defense. 

A senior-level instructor assists a new student wearing a white belt with a wrist-locking technique. Several students are shown in the background

Adult Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu

A comprehensive study of Budo Taijutsu. Focus on combat
skills and self-defense training, from both historical and modern perspectives on the 9 ryuha, or
schools, of ancient Japanese samurai and ninjutsu techniques. Advanced focus on the fundamental
levels of training such as leaping, tumbling, break fall techniques, and evasion, as well as in-depth
training of hand-to-hand combat techniques and use of tools and weapons.

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