Over the past few months we have been sought out to teach private self-defense sessions for a variety of different groups.  These sessions have been an absolute honor to teach.  Our point in these session have been simple: 10 SECONDS THAT MATTER On the surface it sounds so trivial.  10 Seconds, you’ve already accomplished that  by […]


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The Winter Ninja

 Nov, 18 - 2014   GeneralNews and Updates

As we start to get into the winter season here in Maine, I wanted to remind everyone of our policy when it comes to closing the dojo.  We will try our very best to stay open unless we deem it too unsafe for instructors and students to come in.  Notifications will be posted on the […]


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Happy Monday, everyone! We just came off a BLAST of a weekend. Between demonstrations and promotions and our Stealth and Evasion seminar, we had a lot going on! We’ll be updating the video and photo galleries over the next couple of days with demo videos, event photos, and more. Big congratulations to Nick Morin and […]


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Perhaps you have heard of Leah Still. She is the daughter of Devon Still, a defensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals. Leah was diagnosed with a stage 4 cancer growth in her abdomen at only 4 years of age. Since June, she has been undergoing chemotherapy, and is now hitting the point of health where […]


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It is always amazing when a martial artist or fighter is able to come up with something relatively “out of the box” in high pressure situations. I think many people have seen the following example: I am myself partial to the flying scissor with heel hook… not because it is flashy, but man can the […]


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Real Self Defense

 Nov, 05 - 2014   GeneralSelf Defense

Martial arts for self defense is quite different from competitive martial arts. In competitive, sport martial arts, students practice techniques to be successful within a framework of rules. In real self defense situations, however, we need to be free of those rules and limitations to do what is needed to keep ourselves safe from harm. […]


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