Sensei Stuart Allison

​Stuart started training in traditional martial arts at the age of 9.  When he learned traditional Japanese Karate.

 

At 15 he joined the the 1st international martial arts organisation teaching Ninjutsu.  He then went on to achieve high level dan Rankings from two Grandmasters and  earned Kyoshi title (Master  of Teaching) as well as 6th degree Black belt in Ninpo Taijutsu, 6th degree black belt in Jujutsu and okuden and shoden menkyo masterships in many Ryu-Ha (Martial Traditions).

He founded  founded the Shin Jin dojo & Samurai martial arts centre over 20 years  ago and  travelled to Japan America and many  European countries attending Seminars .

Jujutsu, Taijutsu and Koryu Karate

 

Traditional Jujutsu, Karate, Ninjutsu, Japanese swordsmanship and the Bo Jutsu (stick fighting arts) form the foundation of the arts taught  at the Samurai Centre. 

These special techniques are very effective and truly qualify as Jissenjutsu (real-life fighting skills). Many have been adopted and utilised by the security and policing organisations around the world for their effectiveness.