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Tensoku Ryu Disclaimer

You should not undertake practice of any martial art, including Tensoku Ryu without first obtaining clearance from a qualified medical professional. You should only practice Tensoku Ryu under the instruction and guidance of a certified Tensoku Ryu Instructor. You should not attempt to learn Tensoku Ryu from the content on this website.

Tensoku Ryu is a martial art that when practiced may result in injury to yourself, training partners, or others with whom you have contact. It is your sole responsibility to prevent or avoid any such injuries. The consequences of any actions you take while practicing or utilizing the art of Tensoku Ryu are yours alone.


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Ongoing Improvement

We have spent significant time writing, reviewing, editing, and rereading the material on this website in an effort to make it as clear, useful, and error-free as possible. But, we are not infallible. There may be any number of errors, omissions, or inaccuracies still lurking in these pages. If you spot something that is not clear, that could be worded better, that is simply in error, please let us know so that we can make any appropriate changes. We are interested in correcting even something as simple as a misspelled word or grammatical error. This is one way in which we hope to foster an ongoing and continual improvement program for our training materials. We hope you will not let any problems you uncover go by without comment.