Ninjutsu: The Original Mixed Martial Art


The Ninpiden Dojo believes in upholding the traditions of Ninjutsu and Jujutsu and the spirit in which those arts were developed. The ninja were noted for their ability to adapt and overcome challenges; finding their way through the obstacles in their path to achieve their goals. It is this spirit that we seek to maintain at the Ninpiden dojos. We honor the traditions of the past as well as developing the arts of the future.

Martial arts were originally developed as systems of combat and self defense. Over time they have come to be valued for the other aspects of self improvement they offer. Today, martial arts are studied for various reasons, including combat skills, fitness, self-defense, sport, self-cultivation, meditation, mental discipline, character development and building self-confidence.

Here at the Ninpiden Dojos, we work with our students to help them achieve their goals and to learn the life skills that will enable them to move past the obstacles they find in their way.

Seek not to follow in the footsteps of men of old;
seek what they sought. ~ Matsu Basho

I think a hero is an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.
~Christopher Reeve


Announcement: 5-28-2020
Covid conditions in Douglas County have improved to the level that small classes with specific precautions in place are now permitted. Classes will be by appointment only. We will be able to accomodate small groups of 5 people or less, with 6 feet of social distancing between them. No more than 10 people including the instructor can be in the dojo at one time, so please be understanding if you are unable to remain. Masks must be worn while in the dojo. Equipment cannot be shared, except amongst family members, and must be sterilized after use. If you are feeling ill, we ask that you do not come to class. We ask that you dress in your gi pants and appropriate dojo tshirt before coming to class, as locker rooms must remain closed. You can put your coat and belt on once you arrive. Restrooms will be available. Proper hand washing is mandatory. There may be additional precautions or rules that you will be asked to comply with in the dojo. Please contact Renshi Kris to schedule classes, or with any questions you may have. Thank you for helping us to resume classes safely. We look forward to seeing you back in class.

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