Shugyo Training in Japan Clips

http://www.tenguweapons.com/shugyo

Shugyo with Duncan Stewart

Shugyo provides access to weekly video updates from Duncan Stewart from Japan.

A Shugyo subscription is required to download this footage.

• Shugyo video clips are intended for Bujinkan members who wish to maintain a connection with training as experienced in Japan.

• Each of the Shugyo video footage clips is approximately 4-5 minutes long.

• Shugyo video clips will concentrate mostly on the natural flow of “henka” and not just kata. The clips are not intended to be instructional. Particular points will be mentioned, but for further understanding and clarity, it is essential that everyone maintains their connection with their teachers, the Shihan and Soke in Japan.

• These clips are not intended to take the place of your normal Dojo training or your attendance at seminars, Taikai and the Hombu Dojo in Japan.

How does it work?

As soon as the latest Shugyo video footage files are released each week, you will be notified at the email address you provided when you signed up for the subscription service. That way you are assured of keeping up-to-date with the latest training from Duncan in Japan.

If your subscription is still active, you may download the newest available Shugyo video footage immediately.

How do I know when to renew my Subscription?

When your subscription time period is about to run out, an e-mail will be sent to you two weeks before, as a reminder to renew your access rights. Simply follow the directions in the email to renew your subscription and enjoy continued access to the weekly releases of the newest Shugyo footage.

What happens to the Video Footage when my Subscription runs out?

When your subscription runs out you will still have access to all the files you previously downloaded and you may continue using them in accordance with their Terms of Use However, you will not have access to new releases.

What if I no longer want to subscribe?

If you would no longer like access to the new weekly releases of Shugyo footage then, when you receive the reminder that your current subscription is about to expire, simply select the do not renew option. When your subscription period runs out, you will no longer be able to access the video footage available to active Shugyo Subscription members.

Can I access previous months Shugyo video footage?

Absolutely. When you have an active Shugyo subscription, simply select any of the previous month’s you would like by adding them to your shopping cart. After your purchase is complete you will be sent the download code and instructions.

What is the quality of the video footage?

We aim to continually improve the quality of the filming and develop this concept in a professional manner. We also believe that the content is much more important than “flashy” productions. So, this service will be simple and straight forward in it’s filming and editing.

How do I use Shugyo video clips with my training?

Shugyo video clips are intended for Bujinkan members who wish to maintain a connection with training as experienced in Japan.

The Shugyo concept is intended to give ideas to aid everyone in maintaining a spark in their own personal training and an understanding of the importance in staying close to the training as experienced through a vital connection with Soke, the Shihan and Japan.

Shugyo video clips will concentrate mostly on the natural flow of “henka” and not that of kata. The clips are not intended to be instructional. Particular points will be mentioned, but for further understanding and clarity, it is essential that everyone maintains their connection with their teachers, the Shihan and Soke in Japan.

These clips are not intended to take the place of your normal Dojo training or your attendance at seminars, Taikai and the Hombu Dojo in Japan.

http://www.tenguweapons.com/shugyo

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2 Responses to “Shugyo Training in Japan Clips”

  1. Dear Duncan,

    I would like to subscribe to your Shugyo video clips.
    Where can I register for it?

    Take care,

    Jan Ramboer
    Bujinkan Dojo Brussels, Belgium

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