Ninjas Invade the Sad Café Music Theater

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Shinobi Martial Arts, the number one self-defense school in New Hampshire, is proud to announce it will be hosting a ninja seminar with martial arts legend, Stephen K. Hayes and his wife Rumiko Hayes, the senior-most female ninja practitioner. The seminar will be held in Plaistow, NH, Friday January 28th at Shinobi Martial Arts, then Saturday and Sunday January 29th & 30th, 2011 at the Sad Café Music Theater, a nonprofit organization offering a safe, clean, substance free, family-friendly establishment for kids and parents.

Shinobi Martial Arts is very excited to be hosting world renowned ninja master Stephen K. Hayes. This is the first time in many years Mr. Hayes has taught in New Hampshire and we are proud to be able to present him and Mrs. Hayes to the New England area.

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Shinobi Martial Arts is hosting a ninjutsu seminar with Stephen K. Hayes, the original American ninja, at the Sad Café Music Theater, January 2011.

"Shinobi Martial Arts is very excited to be hosting world renowned ninja master Stephen K. Hayes. This is the first time in many years Mr. Hayes has taught in New Hampshire and we are proud to be able to present him and Mrs. Hayes to the New England area." -- Darryl Brazee co-owner Shinobi Martial Arts

Stephen K. Hayes is an international adventurer, writer, teacher, businessman, and ardent student of life. He and his wife Rumiko the founders of To-Shin Do Ninjutsu are based in Dayton, Ohio, and oversee a network of SKH Quest Martial Arts schools around the world.

Hayes has spent his entire adult life in the pursuit of perfection through the study of the Asian martial arts and spiritual traditions, living and traveling throughout North America, Japan, Europe, the Arctic, China, Tibet, Nepal, and India. In the 1990s, he regularly served as personal protection escort and advisor for his spiritual friend, Nobel Peace Prize winner, the Dalai Lama of Tibet.

He became a member of the prestigious Black Belt Hall of Fame in 1985, for his pioneering work introducing the Japanese ninja martial art to the American public. Black Belt Magazine calls him “A legend in the martial arts” and “One of the ten most influential martial artists alive in the world today.”

Participants from around the country will travel to New Hampshire in January to take part in the seminar. Stephen K. Hayes along with his wife Rumiko will be presenting information and training exercises about one of the ninja’s most famous capabilities, the ability to sense danger. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes will be joined by guest instructors and senior ninjutsu practitioners, Mark Davis from Boston Martial Arts Center and Ken Savage from Winchendon Martial Arts Center.

The seminar will be held Friday January 28th at Shinobi Martial Arts 95 Plaistow Road, Plaistow NH then Saturday and Sunday the 29th and 30th at the Sad Café Music Theater 148 Plaistow Road, Plaistow NH. The Sad Café is a nonprofit organization offering a safe, clean, substance free, family-friendly establishment for kids and parents to provide, promote and support positive life choices for all community members, especially youth, through innovative music, theater and arts programming for kids in the surrounding New Hampshire and Massachusetts community.

Readers interested in learning more about the seminar can visit http://www.ShinobiMartialArts.com or contact Shinobi Martial Arts at 603-382-9456 for more information.

About Shinobi Martial Arts

Shinobi Martial Arts, the number one self-defense school in New Hampshire, teaching To-Shin Do and Ninjutsu is a member of the New England Ninpo Society, Stephen K. Hayes’ To-Shin Do Organization and the Bujinkan Dojo of Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi.

Shinobi Martial Arts combines ethical, professional business practices with exceptional martial arts training custom fit to meet the personal needs of its students, all delivered with a great sense of humor.

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