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Nagayama Dojo

Quest Martial Arts

Proud to be an affiliate school teaching Stephen K. Hayes’ Quest Center
To-Shin Do self-defense martial art in Longmont, Colorado.

Training Programs

Available for ages 14+

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Three Mountain Kasumi-An
Self-Protection Intro Program

Explore key examples of the To-Shin Do self-protection Program. This program is a beginner overview of our 5-Element self defense model of escaping danger and ending violence.

To-Shin Do
Ninja Self Protection

When properly integrated, positioning, gravity, and bone alignment generate tremendous force.  This means that To-Shin Do will work for people of all sizes and body types.

Our To-Shin Do® ninjutsu classes have benefits to offer every adult student.

 - Gain confidence, decrease stress and anxiety
– Safe, fun, and respectful training
– Improve natural mobility and structural integrity
– Supportive and encouraging environment
– Learn unshakable perseverance
– Realistic self-protection for everyone

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Private Lesson Package

We offer one-on-one mentoring designed to take your training to the next level.  Private lessons are fully customized to achieve your goals and are available in package sets of 1, 4, 9, and 52 lessons.

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What is To-Shin Do?

Kasumi-An To-Shin Do Go-Shin Taijutsu

Developed by Martial Arts Black Belt Hall of Fame Member, An-Shu Stephen K. Hayes. To-Shin-Do training covers a wide variety of methods: 

  • Striking, kicking, and punching

  • Grappling, throwing, and joint locking

  • Self-defense when pulled to the ground

  • Stick, blade, cord, and projectile defense

  • Successfully handling surprise attacks

  • Overcoming psychological intimidation or bullying

  • Learn to defend against multiple attackers

The Ninja of ancient Japan were martial arts wizards who unlocked the secrets of subtle movement in order to protect their community. For hundreds of years, nine families have passed down these lessons in secret to the current generation.

In the 1970’s a young man, Stephen K. Hayes, traveled to Japan with the unlikely goal of finding the ninja. He succeeded, joined them, became a direct student of the last ninja grandmaster Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi and through his seminars, books and videos introduced the world to the art of ninjutsu.

Today these lessons are taught around the world and made applicable for westerners in the twenty-first century through Stephen K. Hayes’ art of To-Shin Do®. 

Walk the path of the ninja at Nagayama Dojo.

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