Martial Arts & Mindfulness
Bujutsu traditional martial arts
The practices of mediation, martial arts and QiGong are fantastic keys to unlocking greater health and relaxation. They are also well known for improving mindfulness and concentration.
Allen starting his martial arts training in Bujinkan Ninjutsu. This school teaches traditional Japanese Koryu Budo martial arts. At 18 years of age, he attained a 1st Dan Black Belt at the Tattoli Dojo in Newcastle, NSW.
Koryu Budo martial arts are the oldest form of martial art in Japan. Century’s old, these ancient arts have their roots in Mikkyo Buddhism.
Over the years, Allen has travelled the world studying under many masters. In 2017 he attained a 5th Dan black belt in Koryu Bujutsu under his current teacher, Sensei Steven Mckeown.
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Allen teaches bujutsu traditional martial arts in an authentic, traditional manner at the Makion-Ha Dojo in Melbourne, Australia.
Makion-Ha Bujutsu Dojo
Makion-Ha Bujutsu (“Tree of Kindness School of Warrior Arts”) is a complete and integrated system of training in traditional Japanese martial arts. It incorporates authentic techniques and training methods for effective self-protection.
In addition, training in Makion-Ha Bujutsu promotes a healthy and balanced way of life, offering a path to self-knowledge and spiritual awakening.
A Discipline suitable for all ages
The discipline of traditional etiquette, and the absence of commercial interests or competition, cultivates an atmosphere of respect and kindness so that the study of martial arts is made safe and enjoyable for all. Relying on relaxed, natural movements, Makion-Ha Bujutsu is generally suitable for people of all ages.