Displays: The Sokudo
Sokudo is a Japanese word that means lightning. The Sokudo Squad was formed in 1990 as a display squad to allow members of the public to gain an insight into the physical techniques of the Ninjas. The Squad consists of highly trained members who are skilled in the many aspects of Ninjukai Taijutsu. Some are selected for their physical prowess in unarmed combat, some for their proficiency in weaponry while others for their mastery of spontaneity
The Squad has participated in many events, including touring schools and colleges, to allow students to understand the background of the Art.
The Sokudo Squad does not shirk from its responsibility to the community; it has made itself readily available to Charities. The Squad has participated in charitable functions organised by Telethon, the Lions Club, the Apex Club, Local Councils, Schools and other institutions.
Our Instructors are also available for self-defence workshops, from a two-hour session to multiple classes at our Dojo or on-site. These workshops can be customised to suit the needs of each student group. Often we are asked to teach groups that consists of people ranging in ages 18 to 55+ and with a great variance in fitness levels.
Ninjukai Taijutsu teaches with compassion and seeks to increase the potential of all people to protect themselves, not just those who already are gifted with natural strength and athleticism.
These workshops help increase the safety awareness of your personnel, provide a team-bonding experience & gives confidence to staff who may be required to work late or unsupervised.
Send an e-mail to us with your business or group needs and we can propose a workshop that will benefit all.
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TELSTRA COMMUNITY CONNECTION GRANT
As part of their community activities TELSTRA provides donations to non-profit groups that provide services for the community. The Australian Ninjukai Association submitted an application via Sensei Paul Reed to TELSTRA highlighting our years of participation in local fairs and community festivals which was accepted and resulted in a generous donation to allow our volunteer SOKUDO SQUAD members to continue giving their time.