Experienced sensei lead classes on swordplay, drawing on martial-arts techniques descended from feudal Japanese ninja
About This Deal
As handsome as they are effective, swords quickly supplanted less efficient weapons technology, such as hurling Fabio at attackers. Wield an elegant tool of defense with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $28 for three ninja-sword classes (a $75 value)
- $119 for five ninja-sword classes plus a sword to take home (a $260 value)<p>
Experienced instructors lead classes on ninja swordsmanship, teaching basic yet effective attacks and defenses. Those opting for the five-class package receive a sword with which to learn, and they practice advanced techniques and flourishes in their final two classes.<p>
Need To Know
About Bujinkan New York Dojo
A lifelong acolyte of martial arts, native New Yorker and master instructor Joe Maurantonio discovered Bujinkan in the early ‘80s and trained under America’s top practitioners. An official member of the American Shidoshi Kai organization of Bujinkan teachers and the international Bujinkan Dojo, Maurantonio learned from international masters, including school founder soke Masaaki Hatsumi.
Comprising nine schools of martial arts, the Bujinkan tradition traces its roots to the styles used by ninja and samurai in feudal Japan. Classes eschew competition and artificial rules for exercises that recreate realistic combat situations. Students study attacks and defenses in slow exercises, perfecting rolls and disabling moves with a focus on personal growth, effective self-defense, and preparation for battles with armed closet monsters.