Authentic Ninjutsu in the Heart of Texas
Bujinkan Budô Taijutsu offers its students training in tradition and
realistic self-protection techniques. Our art is a 900-year-old collection of highly efficient methods for generating security and peace of mind in today’s turbulent world, with an emphasis on the cultivation of maximum personal power and responsibility. More than mere physical fighting or martial arts, Bujinkan Budô Taijutsu teaches us to recognize and defuse conflicts at all levels, including confrontation in the social, mental and emotional realms. Students use these methods in our art to learn to successfully deal with striking, grappling and weapons attacks. At the same time, they learn ways of moving their body naturally and efficiently in leaping, tumbling and special walking and climbing skills.
Unlike most martial arts training at the Temple Bujinkan Dōjō is conducted in a friendly and noncompetitive atmosphere. Under the guidance of black belt instructors, students train together, assisting each other in learning the techniques. Because Bujinkan Budô Taijutsu relies on naturally efficient body movement rather than strength or speed to overcome an attacker, the training is safe, stimulating, and accessible to any adult regardless of age, physical condition or previous martial art experience.
Training at the Temple Bujinkan Dōjō is under the mentorship of Shihan (15th Dan Black Belt) George Russell who holds a teaching license issued by Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi, and trains extensively with other Bujinkan Budô Taijutsu instructors throughout the United States and Japan.