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Sensei Fleck has been training in Aikido since 1993 and holds the rank of 4th Degree Black Belt. He is a registered and licensed instructor with the Yoshinkan Aikido Hombu Dojo in Tokyo Japan.
It is important that the name of a dojo embodies the spirit of those who train there. There are three characters in the Bushinkan name, Bu stands for "martial", as in Budo (or 'way of warrior', 'way of the martial arts'). Shin stands for 'truth', usually refers 'to the core' of something. Kan meaning house or place. So the name of our dojo represents 'the house of seeking the truth (or core) behind the martial way (budo).
The Bushinkan dojo is committed to teaching Yoshinkan Aikido in a fair, honest and positive environment. Students can expect challenging classes to promote growth and to reach goals they never thought possible. To expect excellence from themselves and to nurture a deep respect for everyone they encounter on a daily basis.
The children's program focuses on developing self-confidence and respect through a fun and energetic classes. Students are taught how to pe...
The adult program focuses on developing self-confidence, flexibility and overall improved health Students are taught how to perform and re...
Classes focus on learning the basic techniques and progressing through the ranks at a rate that is customized to each student
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Students learn valuable life skills and respect for themselves and others though cooperation and self study.
$20.00 yearly Admin fees apply to each student
If you have questions about the opportunities available to you in our program, send us a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
272 Kitchener Street, Stewiacke, Nova Scotia, Canada
Tuesday's and Thursdays
6:00 - 9:00 pm