Fabio professional background includes private security and law enforcement services,
It was Not until 1995, and after searching for a martial art as a way of life, that he began training in the Bujinkan, a school of nine traditional Japanese martial arts, founded and directed by the Soke grandmaster Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi. since then he have made multiple trips to Japan to study and learn directly from Soke and from other Japaneses instructors, training in martial arts have provided a rich resource for his mission of teaching and transfer his understanding of budo to people to overcome the violence in their lives.. He is currently the Lead Instructor at the Toronto Bujinkan Koroku Dojo
Marc O'Donnel started practicing martial arts at the early ages, He is a combatives trainer and holds a black belt in Japanese Ju Jitsu. Marc has become more focused since 2011 on the study of Budo through Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, and been a pillar of the Toronto Bujinkan Dojo since then. He has made multiple trips to various training locations in order to study with other instructors. It is his goal to continue his journey within the Bujinkan and learn the many valuable lessons that the art has to teach.
Shidoshi - Ho
I began my ninjitsu journey at 16y/o. Since then I have accumulated 8 years of dedicated training. Some breaks were taken to pursue university and post grad education in addition to career advancements. I received my shodan in 2013 and my Yondon in 2019. I am a personal student of Shihan Frank Hill and a student of Shihan Fabio Hernandez. I am the second generation with my family to be a dedicated student of Ninjitsu. Everyone is on their own journey, but for me... Ninjitsu is not just a hobby or an art form, it is a way of life. Ninjitsu has helped provide understanding and meaning during difficult times. It has shaped, humbled and guided me on my spiritual path to the present. I look forward to its continued guidance in the future.