Atlanta Bujinkan Dojo - Training
The Atlanta Bujinkan Dojo offers instruction in authentic Ninjutsu / Ninpo Budo Taijutsu and is the original school for this art established in the Western Hemisphere.   This is a unique and fascinating martial art, and authentic training is difficult to find.
The Atlanta Dojo has a long-standing legacy of quality instruction, along with a positive training environment that fosters camaraderie as well as individual growth for men and women.   Classes are currently held twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday nights, and there is an extra class for dojo members on Saturdays, with an open workout time afterwards.   There are also periodic workshops, seminars and other activities, held usually on weekends.
If you are interested in training at the Atlanta Bujinkan Dojo, please let us know.   We would like to hear from you.   We ask prospective students to complete a short application questionnaire, located here:   Questionnaire.   Simply copy the text into an email, add your responses and send it to:   'Training [at] atlantabujinkan [dot] com'.
(You can also right-click and choose 'Save Target As' or 'Save Link As' to download the questionnaire)   We look forward to hearing from you.
Training is available for both beginners and experienced students, 18 years of age or over.   The dojo is located in Atlanta, Georgia, near the intersection of I-285 and Georgia Highway 400.
|Tuesday, 7:00p to 7:50p||Beginner Class||All dojo members|
|Tuesday, 7:50p to 8:40p||Green Belt Class||9th Kyu members & higher|
|Tuesday, 8:40p to 9:30p||Advanced Class||5th Kyu members & higher|
|Thursday, 7:00p to 8:30p||Intermediate Class||All dojo members|
|Thursday, 8:30p to 9:30p||Senior Students Class||By invitation|
|Saturday, 11:00a to 12:00p||Saturday Bonus Class||All dojo members|
|Saturday, 12:00p to 2:00p||Open Workout||All dojo members|
In addition to regularly-scheduled classes, we have workshops, seminars, and other events on a variety of topics that you can attend.   Click Here for information on Seminars.
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