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Welcome to Divine Mountain Tactical Training of Dallas 2010 website.
Ralph Severe, has been teaching military, law enforcement, security personnel and athletes woodland and urban combative martial arts in the Dallas metro-plex since 1985. Ralph Severe's Divine Mountain Tactical Training of Dallas offers a very exciting and healthy curriculum for adults who are in search of a higher level of training -- including Russian Martial Arts (Systema), Jun Fan, Panantukan, Dumog, Kali and both Traditional Japanese and Modern methods of self-protection.
Classes include traditional and modern weaponry training such as tactical rifle, shotgun and pistol, first aid, home defense, auto defense, urban and woodland survival skills for 'real time - real world' self-protection. For a short video with a quick example of the training, click here.
Ralph Severe's Divine Mountain Tactical Training of Dallas exists for private and semi private classes for adult family members to come in and enjoy training and friendship through warrior methodology.
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NOTICE: The only instructors in the Dallas / Fort Worth area who are teaching TRUE Ninjutsu, Ninpo Taijutsu or Togakure ryu Ninpo Taijutsu are Ralph Severe (started 1967, licensed as a shidoshi in 1989) and James Garcia sensei (started 1985, licensed as a shidoshi in 1990). All other people who claim to teach Ninjutsu, Ninpo Taijutsu or Togakure ryu Ninpo Taijutsu are charlatans that are deceiving the public with a fabricated martial art or teaching a collection of martial arts and calling it Ninjutsu which is no way near the TRUE Japanese Ninpo Taijutsu. For example, there are many schools that are claiming to teach "American Ninjutsu. Ninjutsu is Japanese and cannot be "American". Calling it American Ninjutsu is like claiming that Americanizing it has somehow improved upon an already wonderful and powerful martial system and is distancing the public further from real techniques (shinken) and replacing them with borrowed, bastardized, and watered down skills from who knows where. Many people believe they can just called their art Ninjutsu and fool the public. This in fact has been done many times during the Ninja Boom of the 1980's. Iga Ninjutsu is NOT a made up blend of martial arts. It is an art containing 9 distinct martial traditions or ryhua. It is a Japanese martial system of which the head teacher is Hatsumi Masaaki of Noda City Japan. If the people claiming to teach ninjutsu don't have a license from Hatsumi sensei or have lineage traced backed to Hatsumi sensei, then they are fake. Another simple test is to ask the head instructor what are the 9 ryhua of ninjutsu and an explanation of each school. If they can't answer this simple question every ninjutsu budoka should know,...then be like a ninja ~ avoid and disappear! ~ Also, if anyone mentions being a Koga ninja, do the same thing!! If anyone needs to contact Ralph Severe regarding “legit” license instructors in Ninjutsu (Togakure ryu) you may contact him by e-mail at email@example.com.
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