Traditional Japanese Martial Arts
Head instructor Mizukan Dojo
Brett Denison sensei has been a student and practitioner of Traditional Japanese martial arts for almost 30 years and holds the level of Menkyo Okuden in Senshin-ryu Jujutsu. He has also studied Shotokan Karate (earning a Nidan) and holds a Menkyo Okuden license in Katsujin-ryu Bujutsu. Denison sensei is the head instructor of the Mizukan Dojo.
Denison has been studying Japanese Swordsmanship for over 20 years, primarily focusing on Iaijutsu. He is a student of Yamauchi-ha line of Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu Iaijutsu and trains directly under Sekiguchi Komei sensei, 21st Head of the ryuha. He is the Shibucho (state representative) for Colorado, for Yamauchi-ha Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu and for the Komei Juku. He is also a student of Shimizu Nobuko sensei for Ryoen-ryu Naginatajutsu.
Denison has been studying the Japanese language for over 16 years and is currently a student of Kampo-ryu Shodo (Japanese Calligraphy).