Styles Offered

iaido: MugaiRyu Iaihyodo – Shiokawa-Ha

Mugai-ryu Shiokawa-ha, head by Grandmaster Okazaki, is an ancient Japanese art of swordsmanship that focuses on Iaido, Kenjutsu, and Jujutsu techniques. The iaido portion contains the techniques for the sword when it is sheathed until the end of its initial draw and re-sheathing. Kenjutsu involves the techniques used with the sword once it is drawn. In Mugai-Ryu the standard long sword and short sword, are used in practice, along with the Bokuto (bokken/ wooden sword) versions of the two. Jujutsu techniques involve empty hand techniques, as well as empty hand vs sword techniques or a mix. 

Mugai-ryū (無外流, Mugai-ryū) or “Outer Nothingness School” is a Japanese koryū martial art school founded by Tsuji Gettan Sukemochi (辻月丹資茂) on 23 June 1680. This style is popularized in several Shows, and anime. Such as the police officer Saito Hajime (based on the actual person) in Rurouni Kenshin, and Zenitsu in Demon Slayer.

ShintoMusoRyu – Jodo

Jodo is the shortened name of Shinto Muso Ryu Jodo/Jojutsu. This is a style from Shintō Musō-ryū, or Shindō Musō-ryū (神道夢想流),a most commonly known by its practice of jōdō, is a traditional school (koryū) of the Japanese martial art of jōjutsu, or the art of wielding the short staff (). The technical purpose of the art is to learn how to defeat a swordsman in combat using the , with an emphasis on proper combative distance, timing and concentration. The system includes teachings of other weapon systems which are contained in Shintō Musō-ryū as auxiliary arts (Fuzoku ryuha). The school is sometimes abbreviated as SMR. 

Supplemental Arts

A combination of open hand and weapon arts that build upon basics already learned and add skills to take your martial arts to the next level.

Monday
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Tuesday
4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Wednesday
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Thursday
4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Friday
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Saturday
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Sunday
10:00 am – 12:01 pm