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Ninjutsu Club

Ninjutsu Club

Ninjutsu Club
Ninjutsu Club
Ninjutsu Club
Ninjutsu Club

Description

The Ninjutsu Club is a traditional martial arts class for the ancient art of Ninjutsu. It is directed towards any adult, male or female, who wishes to learn physical and mental self defence in a manner that is centred on focus, balance and precision rather than strength or an ability to be more violent than your opponent. . We learn self defense against multiple opponents, with and without weapons, proficiency with sword and staff, how to deal with the ground, stress and difficult situations, as well as escape and evasion techniques. Overall, it is a self defense class that teaches you physical self defense, gives you a good and interesting workout, and teaches you lessons that can apply to every aspect of your life.

Everyone is welcome to join the Ninjutsu Club, as the art can be learned by anyone who is willing and dedicated.

President(s)

  • Aiyanna Hoogsteen

Coach(es)

Fee

  • $100 per semester (UoG students)
  • $100 per semester + University of Guelph Athletics Membership (non-UoG members)

*All clubs memberships require a prerequisite base athletics membership.  Currently enrolled, on-campus students already have this prerequisite membership during the Fall and Winter semesters.  For all other community participants and students attending classes in the summer months, a monthly base membership is required for purchase before enrolling into a club*  

Practice Time

  • Classes are held Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:30. The class runs for two hours. Additionally there are training times held on Saturdays and Sundays for any students that wish to practice their techniques more.

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