Ninja Camp Offers Students a Chance to Train in the Ancient Art of Japan's “Shadow Warrior”

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Are Ninja real, or are they fictional characters in action movies for kids? This Ninja camp will teach you what it means to be a real Ninja, regardless of whether you are already a student, or someone just starting out on the Path of the ancient, shadow warriors of Japan!

Do Ninja really exist? I mean, aren't they just characters in children's books and action-type, super hero movies? Not according to 13 degree black belt, Jeffrey M. Miller, a master-teacher in the Bujinkan system of authentic, Japanese ninjutsu.

And, to prove it, he's holding his annual Fall Ninja Camp, just as he has done for the past decade and a half, in Pennsylvania's Central Susquehanna Valley. The camp, scheduled to run the weekend of October 14th – 16th, 2011, will be held in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, home of his training academy.

According to Miller, who began training in this once-secret system of self-protection and life mastery, Ninjutsu is a composite martial and philosophical system which gives it's practioners much more than mere fighting or martial arts skills. Ninjutsu, also known as Ninpo in it's higher order, is a system of survival and enduring anything that life can throw at you – and to use the Universal laws of success to produce the results you need to live the life that you really want to be living.

“It's not about fighting, as the movies and media like to portray us,” says Miller. “It's about being able to develop yourself to your fullest extent – physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.”

Unfortunately, the art of Japan's ancient Ninja families is often portrayed and seen as having a fantasy mystique. Most people tend to equate the Ninja with childish “Turtles,” killer Ninja Assassin characters, and mythical warriors who disappear in a puff of smoke. In fact, the new slang term used by young people everywhere is to “Ninja” something!

It's enough to make even the most interested individual avoid anything mentioning the Ninja, or the art of Ninjutsu.

But, for those who are serious about investigating this powerful life mastery system, which includes the ability to protect yourself and others – to live the life of a true warrior – to engage life head-on with confidence, power, and control – this Ninja Camp offers a great place to begin. But, it's not just for the beginner. This year's Fall Ninja Camp, which is open to those 16 years old and older, offers something for students and ninjutsu practitioners at every level of development.

The topics for this year's ninjutsu training topics include:
Understanding the concept of “Kihon Happo” - one of the primary principles within the art and practice of Ninjutsu; Ninpo-Taijutsu – Armed and unarmed self-defense methods; Ninja no Ken – The Ninja' use of the sword; Teppo-Jutsu – Handgun defense; Muto-dori – Unarmed vs. weapons; and more. The theme for the weekend, which will be lead by Miller and several other guest instructors in the art, is focused around the concept that one's training should change, progress, and become very personal and unique to each student.

So, to answer the question, “Do Ninja really exist in Today's world of the 21st century?”, the answer is a resounding “Yes.” But, it is much more real, and much more practical than the books, movies, and “images” seen in comic books could ever show.

The Spring and Fall Ninja Training Camps hosted by Warrior Concepts International are a perfect opportunity for teen and adult students to gain additional insights into the study, practice, and history of the art. They also provide a good introduction to the art as a whole for the person new to ninjutsu.

For additional information or to register for this year's camp, contact: Warrior Concepts International at (570) 988-2228 or visit their web site at

The deadline for registration is Monday, October 10th, 2011. Call for availability.

About Warrior Concepts International:

Warrior Concepts Int'l offers year-round classes, seminars, workshops, and online training programs in authentic, traditional, Bujinkan ninjutsu, real-world, street self-defense, as-well-as meditation and other life mastery skills. WCI was founded by master-teacher and internationally-recognized self-defense expert and life coach, Jeffrey M. Miller. Sensei Miller's background and life experience, both on the street as a former police officer and undercover investigator and as a successful consultant, business owner and family man, makes him the perfect guide for those looking to make sense out of the chaos of life, and to achieve the success they deserve.

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