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    Ninjitsu in San Diego

    Hi there,

    I'm new here and I'm looking to start training in ninjitsu. I've been doing some research about instructors in san diego. Here's what I've found so far: one studio called Anaguma
    which I went and observed a class. The studio has only been open about 1 year so none of the students are very skilled.

    San Diego Bujinkan taught by Jon Warren who seems to have a lot of controversy surrounding him -- some say he's great and others say he's a scam artist.

    Also, the Temple of the Full Autumn Moon which I saw a thread on here about. Everyone seems to be very skeptical.

    Does anyone know of a good qualified ninjitsu instructor in San Diego?

    In addition to combat skills, I'm also hoping to learn techniques in meditation, chi kung, and healing hopefully.

    Suggestions are much appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    Why do you want to study the way of the Ninja if you do not plan on killing anyone? :)

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    one of Dan Wiedman's students teaches or taught in San Diego.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobed
    Does anyone know of a good qualified ninjitsu instructor in San Diego?
    No, no one can. But don't think it's because of San Diego. It's because of ninjitsu. Stop being 11.

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    If I can find it, I did a review of a place called something like: Temple of the Full Autumn Moon, or some such. I didn't like it, but I'll see if I can find it.

    Edit: found it. My review is on page 5

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...ht=autumn+moon
    Last edited by Captain Spaulding; 10/16/2006 7:57pm at .

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    STANDBY STANDBY! This is gonna hurt!

    Anyway, before the horde descend on this thread, im gonna take cover!

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    To be taught the real ninjitsu in any place, most especially San Diego, you must first travel to Japan and present yourself before the High Ninja so that you may have permission to train in this most deadly of arts.
    It is then that this venerable old man, this masterful Ninja will tell you of where you can find one of his chosen in San Diego.
    You may then travel back to San Diego and go to the man that you have been directed too as you now have the High Ninja's permission to train and he shall turn towards you, put down his Pepsi, let out a blech that shall rock the heavens in its resonence and send ripples across his massive belly. Only after you have completed this trial shall you be accepted as a student of t3h d3aDly Ninjitsu.
    Last edited by Jorec; 10/16/2006 9:22pm at .

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    Dude...where are you located in San Diego?

    Do me a favor and come train with me. The first class is free, and the environment is very laid back.

    www.netoacademy.com

    If you still want to study Taijutsu after your free class, then PM me and I'll find someone for you.

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