Sun., Mar. 17 | Royal Canadian Legion Branch 22


In this seminar with Shidoshi Adrian Jean-Paul, we will explore the applications of our techniques and forms to a practical setting - how to apply Taijutsu techniques against resistance, in the moment, for use in real-world situations.
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Time & Location

Mar. 17, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 22, 1240 Woodbine Ave, East York, ON M4C 4E4, Canada

About the Event

  • $100 per person


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At this seminar you will learn how to translate what you develop in the usual dojo training environment to something that is applicable in more realistic situations. We will step away from the slow, methodical, step-by-step training approach that we usually employ to refine our techniques and form, and look at how familiar techniques are applied in real-time with a non-compliant opponent. This will include drills that get us moving more spontaneously and Randori (drills against a resistant opponent) to test our endurance and ability to act under pressure. We are not "breaking the form" here; sloppily trying to do everything we can to make our techniques work, but rather we are learning how to "bring the form to life"; applying techniques spontaneously in the moment, while maintaining our technical & structural integrity.


Adrian Jean-Paul began his training in the Bujinkan nearly 20 years ago as an adolescent. He has 15 years of experience working in the security and protection industry. Adrian will be sharing drills and techniques developed from his personal experiences both in the dojo, and out in the real world.


Royal Canadian Legion #22

(Normandy Room)

1240 Woodbine Ave, East York


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