Niten Virginia
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NITEN VIRGINIA
Charlottesville
624 Berkmar Circle
International Black Belt Center of Virginia
VA 22901
THURSDAY
19:00PM KENJUTSU
19:00PM IAIJUTSU
19:00PM NITEN ICHI RYU
We will alternate disciplines every week.
Coordenadores: Alejandro Barrientos

+Informações

Enrollment:

If you are interested in enrolling as a student of Niten (virtual or in-person), please fill out the ONLINE FORM and follow the steps indicated. There is no registration fee. After submitting the form, we will contact you through whatsapp and guide you to complete the registration, which can be done ONLINE. MORE INFORMATION ON GETTING STARTED HERE

Monthly fees:

By joining the Niten Institute, you are opening doors to the ancient culture, history, techniques, and philosophies of the Samurais. Your monthly fee not only ensures your participation in face-to-face classes but also grants you exclusive online meetings with Sensei Jorge Kishikawa, complemented by interactive online classes throughout the week. Remember: each dojo (training location) has its own fee structure that might occasionally be adjusted. Visit the nearest dojo to learn about the updated monthly fees.

Children:

Children from 12 years old can participate in all training sessions.

Training:

Sessions are from 1 to 2 hours in length. Training sessions are made up of various parts, warm-up, basics of strokes and techniques, sequence training and combat. Combat training is usually divided up into groups of beginners, intermediates, and graduates, while at other times the more experienced may work with and guide the most novice. How frequently one should train depends on the potential of each student. With training just once a week, it will be easy to to see technical progress, physical and health-related benefits, and the assimilation of the principles and values of the Bushido philosophy. A lower frequency of training is still valid, and can provide results for students with less availability.

Philosophy:

During any visit to the Dojo, try to stay until the end of the session and participate in the Golden Moments, when the training is complemented with elements of Japanese culture and Bushido samurai philosophy.

KIR Method:

KIR is a training method aimed at the physical, mental and emotional development of the student, giving little emphasis to competitiveness and discouraging the use of force. With this positive energy, the student feels confident to fully develop their potential.

Instructor

Alejandro
Barrientos