Boston Martial Arts Center

Boston Martial Arts Center
Meditation and Self awareness training

Martial arts can help bring our mind into focus and clear the path for productive thinking. A long time ago, I was working in a small but busy Engineering sales office. The phone would ring all day every day. My job was pricing and quoting new potential projects. I remember working long hours and my mind hurting at the end of the day. I had just started to learn meditation and mindfulness for martial arts. One weekend, I went to my teachers’ Stephen and Rumiko Hayes Barn Dojo Grand Opening in southern Ohio. I had taken a long weekend for this short trip. He started our training with some basic movement drills and skill drills that required our minds to stay on track. I remember it was very hard to stay on track, because my mind was going back to my sale numbers from that past week. Everyone was having the same problem. Our teacher stopped the class and had us work on basic meditation and self awareness tools. The remainder of the weekend was more productive and fun because of these methods. Martial arts and meditation can help us become more productive and aware in our every day life.

Mark Davis

Boston Martial Arts Center

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Boston Martial Arts Center Stephen K Hayes and Mark Davis

Boston Martial Arts Center
Stephen K Hayes and Mark Davis

Join us in welcoming Black Belt Hall of Fame inductee, Stephen K. Hayes, to Boston Martial Arts Center

April 10-12, 2015

Join us in welcoming Black Belt Hall of Fame inductee, Stephen K. Hayes, to Boston Martial Arts Center for a special weekend of learning and practice.

This three-day seminar will cover some of the roots of historical ninjutsu and how we can translate it in our modern society. We will be studying and learning about the roots of ninpo spirit training. This can be found in the 900-year-old tradition of the mountain warriors called the Yamabushi (Mountain Spirit Warrior Training.) We will explore the principles and practice of this ancient tradition and how it can help us live a more powerful life today.

Also we will explore and study an aspect of our martial tradition called Jutaijutsu (old school grappling) being drawn from the Takagi Yoshin Ryu (the willow tree school.) We will study and learn the deeper levels of the (Chuden Level). This whole weekend is designed to help enhance your personal life through spiritual training and exploring the roots of the martial tradition of Ninpo Taijutsu.

Join us for this rare opportunity. Sign up today and reserve your spot. Spaces are very limited.

The seminar starts Friday April 10, 2015 at 10 am – 3:00pm Friday will be devoted to the spiritual aspect of Ninpo Taijutsu. Saturday and Sunday will be devoted to Takagi Yoshin Ryu Jutaijutsu (Chuden Level). Training times on Saturday and Sunday are from 10am to 3pm.
Friday 10am till 3:00pm Yamabushi (Mountain Spirit Warrior Training.) Cost for Friday training is $185.00
Saturday and Sunday April 11-12 2015 are from 10am to 3pm Takagi Yoshin Ryu Jutaijutsu (Chuden Level) Cost for Saturday and Sunday is $358.00
$185.00 for one day price for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday
Sign up for three days at a cost of $499.00 for all three days and save $56.00 If you sign up for all three days.
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