Self Defense

While you can increase your level of safety by being aware of your surroundings, remaining calm is another way to set yourself up to successfully escape a physically threatening situation. Effective self defense tactics do not have to involve carrying any sort of weapon, and your calm but forceful actions may be enough to diffuse an unsafe encounter. Simple and controlled movements can be deceptively effective, even against someone who is much bigger or stronger than you. If you react quickly and with purpose, your assailant may be distracted long enough for you to escape and seek help as needed.

Despite your best efforts to stay safe, there may be times when you are confronted with someone intent on doing you harm. Avoiding unlit or deserted areas may not be enough to ensure that you are adequately protected, but there are things you can do to protect yourself even in the face of a threatening situation. Just because your physical safety is threatened does not mean that you have to end up becoming a victim, and learning a few good self defence moves can actually save your life.

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Genbukan Chiryaku Dojo Belgium vzw was mentioned on the Belgian TV-channel Vitaya on Saturday 22 November 2008. More info: visit our site for more information. A successful 2 days seminar in IJjsselstein, Holland on the 31st March & 1st April 2012. It was organized by Badradin Oulali. APPRECIATION 1st and formost to Badradin Oulali (Dutch Training Group Leader) for organizing the event. To Marcel Hosrtman, Grant Martin Scruggs, Mounir Ahmed, Badradin Oulali, Ivo van Adrighem, Radley Remirez and Jan Van Den Borne for their patience in assisting me in my demonstration. To Rob van der Sluys for the camera work. Thank you to the Dutch Training Group for their constant support, effort, hard work, dedication and friendship. Thank you everyone who came and travel from throughout Europe. My apologies if I miss anyone. This seminar like my other events aims primarily to raise the curiosity and awareness among people from different nationalities about the martial heritage and culture of Brunei Darussalam in general. DISCLAIMER The video featured may cause serious harm or death if used irresponsibly. This video does not constitute as a self defense instruction or advise. This video is for cultural information and entertainment purposes only. I do not encourage you to harm another living creature or do anything violent. You must consider the legal implications of everything you do, exercising your judgement and common sense as an adult. You must follow the law or pay the consequences. Whatever you do, you do out of your own intentions. The Video is for entertainment purposes only and


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A very short demonstration of very basic Genbukan Ninpo Bugei Tai-jutsu techniques demonstrated by Clive Stewart (4th Dan) with Terry Stewart (4th dan) as Uke. These techniques are usually practiced in a more formal fashion. However the objective here is to show how basic Ninpo Tai-Jutsu can be used against the more common type of attackers. If one can do the correct patterns in the formal way then one can naturally adapt them to different situations. For more information about Genbukan Ninpo Bugei in South Africa please visit