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Bujinkan Virginia Budo
4240 Potomac Highlands Cir, Triangle, VA
5.0 ***** 13 reviews

Training was great and practical. Look forward to continuing training Virginia Budo.
Aza Noor Aiken *****
Enjoyed the class; instructors were awesome! Strength and power! 
Corey Baker *****
Amazing Dojo. Instructor has 20+ years experience. Best you can find in the area. 
Very good class, the instructor makes the class fun and the techniques easy to learn. Highly recommend Virginia Budo.
Great class, the instructor points out simple techniques to keep you safe and aware of your surrounds. Awesome atmosphere
Corey Mills *****
Great hands on Training! The instructor takes his time to explain the situation and techiques step by step. Great atmosphere, and great classes!
THIS HERE IS AN EXCELLENT SCHOOL, YOU WOULD BE AMAZED OF THE TECHNIQUES THAT ARE BEING TAUGHT. GREAT TEACHER GIVES ABSOLUTE GOOD OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN THE ARTS AND IT'S A FUN CLASS....GREAT JOB!
I have studied various fighting arts for over twenty years and just recently began training at this dojo. Too many people have fallen prey to the siren's song of Brazilian Jujitsu and ignore traditional jujitsu. They fail to understand the reason traditional jujitsu has survived for so long - it STILL works! Sensei Aiken has received quality training and it shows in his teaching. He is passionate about his art and gives students his best every class. His prices are very reasonable and there are no contracts. If you are serious about learning a fighting art that is effective for street combat please give this school a try!!!
Jon Haas *****
Sensei Vaughn T. Aiken is a highly experienced teacher who has spent many years studying the finer points of the Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu system of Japanese martial arts.

Having trained with Vaughn, and as a student and teacher of Bujinkan martial arts myself, I highly recommend him and his school!

Jon Haas, Bujinkan Shidoshi
Founder, Warrior Fitness Training Systems
This is a good school. People come here, some with martial arts backgrounds, some with none. All are introduced to strategy at an early stage in training and application is stressed from the outset. This is not your typical school, but is a place where the instructor trains with you. It is an encouraging environment where people come to work, get better, and help each other. Devoid of the ego component that can unfortunately be a part of some training halls, the student works to build basics and foundation--critical elements to developing any sort of martial skill. Sensei Vaughn Aiken is a thoughtful, seasoned practitioner and instructor who is uninterested in accolades and is more interested in training and producing good students.


 


 

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