Over the last several years, I have been fortunate enough to train as a student of White-Eagle at the Shiro Washi Dojo.

In my opinion, classes approach the vast amount information and techniques contained within the nine schools of the Bujinkan with integrity and sincerity. What may often be seen as difficult, mysterious or even downright ineffective comes to life with a focus on body alignment, economy of motion and power generated from relaxed purposeful movements.

The training at Shiro Washi Dojo not only teaches one how to learn and to be a good student, it also mirrors what I have experienced while studying with the Shihan at the Hombu Dojo in Japan.