The Bujinkan Québec dojo
Shihan Bernard Grégoire’s supervision, Bujinkan Québec
is the direct link with Japan’s Master Masaaki Hatsumi’s teachings.
As with all the Bujinkan dojos worldwide, the art of Budo taijutsu is
taught here. A little over 900 years-old, this martial art is composed
of 9 ryu. These 9 martial arts have gone through the eventful feudal eras
of Japan and survived up to now. Being the heritage of a warrior tradition,
the martial arts taught at the Bujinkan dojos are dreadfully efficient
in real-life situations. For those who know about martial arts, the name
Ninjutsu is the old designation used to describe Budo Taijutsu.
Another interesting fact: a decent number of our students have quite an extensive knowledge in other martial arts. The comprehension of human body mechanics and fight tactics that Budo Taijutsu offers bring answers to personal unanswered questions during previous martial art experiences. In fact, we will always take the time to answer any question that you may have. The students are invited to ask questions as well as to question themselves. It is important to go behind the techniques if one wants to plainly evolve in the martial arts.
Training groups generally never exceed 20 person groups. This allows to know everybody by their first name. The warm and welcoming attitude of our students provides new people an easier approach to Budo Taijutsu. Open all year, the dojo allows students to pursue their training without stopping.
The belt ranking system is very basic. Between the white belt and the black belt, lies the green belt which is divided into 9 degrees (kyus). In contrast to many systems which promote their students with a different belt every three months (on the marketing side, it is proven that this system keeps students for a longer period of time), in the Bujinkan Quebec dojo, this interval can be longer. Forget the belt if you are not ready, the belt is not a gift. Curiously, our students do not race for belts or degrees. They are there for the martial art, not for the social status.
Anybody who wants to try out can take a free course. All you have to do is show up and it will be our pleasure to give you this free try-out.
Taijutsu is the foundation of the Bujinkan Québec dojo training program
Schedule and Location
QUEBEC DOJO (Shihan Bernard Grégoire, Shihan Francine Tremblay)
The dojo is located at :
Traditionnal weapons training
This class is a way to practice, understand, explore the traditional weapons of the Bujinkan.
Fees, 10 weeks sessions
1 time a week : 135$
Note: Taxes are applicable on the costs listed.
NINJUTSU BUJINKAN TROIS-RIVIÈRES
For more information : www.BujinkanTR.com
MAGOG DOJO (Shidoshi Phillippe Gaumond)
For more information: www.BujinkanMagog.com
BUJINKAN SAGUENAY (Sébastien Fafard and Martin Fortier, Instructors)
For more information: www.BujinkanSaguenay.com
BUJINKAN OUTAOUAIS (Robert Deschênes, Instructor)
For more information: www.BujinkanOutaouais.ca
6955, St-Michel Blvd
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