Our primary goal here at Sakura MA is your welfare and wellbeing. Simply put, it is our job to teach and guide you through your training. Martial arts have a lot to offer, from self discipline to improved coordination to better decision making. You can be sure that not only will you be getting great physical benefits, but mental and emotional ones as well.
Although they might seem a bit intimidating at first, knowing how to properly use weapons can be a great source of "moving mediation" and stress relief, not to mention they complement your martial arts training and build upon it. We start small 3ft. stick (hanbo), 6ft stick, throwing (shuriken/knives) chain weapons and then more exotic ones
My name is Tony Rando (or Sensei Tony, as my students call me). I have been involved in the martial arts for most of my life. I started in the Bujinkan in 1995, and soon joined the International Bujinkan Dojo Association (IBDA) receiving my ranks from Japan thru Master Richard Van Donk. I am a licensed Shidoshi-ho (rankings can be found at http://ninjutsu.com/IBDAdojos.php) through the IBDA. My involvement in martial arts goes far beyond the physical fighting, (which is one reason for the name Sakura) and I want to share what I've learned over the last few decades with all of my students.