Todai is honored to welcome Mark Franco for an in depth seminar on

Gyokko Ryu Koshijutsu


Mark Franco is going to share the secrets and proper technique of Gyokko Ryu Koshijutsu – the foundation for Bujinkan training.

 

Mark Franco began his training in the Bujinkan in 1989 under Kevin B. Millis Shidoshi. In 1998, Mark earned a Masters of Science Degree in Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine, which he utilizes in the teaching of movement principles and other aspects related to martial arts. During a trip to Japan in the Spring of 2001, after passing the Godan test, Mark received a Shidoshi (teaching) license. Upon returning home, he established the first Bujinkan dojo in the Santa Monica (west-side) area. Mark visits the Honbu Dojo annually, attending the classes of Masaaki Hatsumi Soké, and has had the opportunity to study with some of the top Japanese Shihan and their students.

Mark makes a sincere effort to transmit the art in the way he has been shown. However, despite his in-depth knowledge and experience, Mark strives to remain humble as he pursues the art and shares its teaching.


When

  • Saturday, October 7th 2017: 12:30am-5:30pm (including half-hour lunch break)
  • Sunday, October 8th 2017: 10:00am-2:00pm (including half-hour lunch break)
  • BONUS FOR WEEKEND PASS HOLDER: Friday, October 6th: 7:30-9:30pm – Taijutsu Fundamentals

Where

Todai Bujinkan Dojo

6591 East Collins Dr. Suite E2 Moorpark CA 93021


How Much

  • Day Pass: $60
  • Weekend Pass (both days): $90 (25% Discount)

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Shidoshi Hamilton

<p>Scott Hamilton is an 8th degree black belt in the Bujinkan, and travels regularly to Japan to train. In addition to being the owner and head instructor of Todai Dojo, Scott is also the CEO of a national manufacturing company. He has also received training in other martial arts, and in-depth modern weapons training.</p>

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