Saturday June 9, 2018, marks the beginning of a new chapter for Goshin Ninjutsu Ryū. On this day we opened our new and first Goshin Ninjutsu dojo on the Island of Olango in the Philippines.

 

Free Classes

Every Wednesday: From 3 pm to 5 pm, Santa Rosa Sports Complex, Olango

Every Saturday: From 2 pm to 4 pm, Santa Rosa Sports Complex, Olango

Every Sunday: From 3 pm to 5 pm, Santa Rosa Sports Complex, Olango

 

 

Our Mission

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Through its unique self-defense school, Goshin Ninjutsu Ryū, the Open Church for Philosophy and Spirituality (OCPS) offers self-protection/self-defense training and teachings and the physical and mental development of the school’s participants.

At Goshin Ninjutsu Ryū we categorize our class and training activities as follows:

Fitness and Stamina Training

Activities that focus on improving the physical fitness of the participant’s body, as well as his/her stamina.

Hardening Training

Activities that focus on hardening the body, specifically with the repelling and withstanding of attacks to the body in mind.

Technical, Theoretical and Practical Training

Activities that focus on self-defense/self-protection and protection of one’s own property, the physical protection of family members, friends and their property.

Activities that focus on understanding environments, situations and intentions.

Spiritual, Moral and Philosophic Training

Activities that focus on the further development of one’s morals and understanding of the world around him/her through an open spiritual and philosophic approach.

 

Our Vision

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Through its unique self-defense school, Goshin Ninjutsu Ryū, the Open Church for Philosophy and Spirituality (OCPS) aims to contribute, in a positive and constructive way, to improving the understanding of responsibilities and morals by all its participants.

The OCPS and Goshin Ninjutsu Ryū believe that through a comprehensive self-defense training package, as described in Our Mission, we can stimulate practitioners to take greater interest in personal fitness, discipline, morality, social and economic engagement.

Olango Island

Specifically for Olango Island the OCPS and Goshin Ninjutsu Ryū, also through free weekly self-defense and physical development classes that are open to everyone, want to actively contribute to improving the lives of the local youths and their environments.

We believe that through our activities we can stimulate practitioners in finding purpose in life, that we can help them value and exploit challenges that arise and that we can fundamentally support them as they seek lives for themselves that do NOT include drug/alcohol abuse and other addictions, senseless violence and crime.

Overall, we want to contribute to making Olango Island more enjoyable, more developed and advanced, more safe and we want to make all practitioners more aware of their personal and collective potentials.