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Sensei Vitold Jordan


Walk the path from Victim to Victor!
                                      "When you empower your children with assertiveness/confidence, they no longer face certain people and certain situations with fear!" 
Program run in Hanna, Alberta

Our Program is NOT about wearing pinky/rainbow shirts, bands and ribbons which doesn't protect anyone, but rather creating victim society! 

It's about very practical self-defense in Aiki-tai-jutsu and verbal skills established by internationally recognized anti-bullying experts.

 Walk the path from Victim to Victor!

"When you empower your children with assertiveness/confidence, they no longer face certain people 

and certain situations with fear!"

Students who graduate YAMA "Peaceful-warrior" Program receive Certificates :)

"I am against war, against violence, against violent revolution, for peaceful settlement of differences, for non-violent but nevertheless radical changes. Change is needed, and violence will not really change anything: at most it will only transfer power from one set of bull-headed authorities to another."
- Thomas Merton

Our motto is: “Empowerment through training and education where people replace their fears with skills, knowledge and confidence.”


The “Peaceful-Warrior”, Anti-bullying School Program - is the Yeshua-Do Academy of Martial Arts Project created by Sensei Vitold Jordan, the Bully Expert (certified by Verbal Judo Institute, USA) and a martial-artist in Aikido, Tai-jutsu, and Iaido in which Sensei Vitold holds 7th Dan degree black belt. The “Peaceful-Warrior”, is not like most anti-bullying programs that just offer statistics on the significance of the problem and scholastic old-tired advice  like “ignore it,” “walk away,” “fight back,” and “tell the teacher”(that doesn’t work). Instead, it provides specific training on HOW to develop a “bully shield” and HOW to verbally defend yourself if attacked. It is a very practical 10hrs self-defense Course for children/youth/students, enhancing their self-discipline, confidence, and will-power; a holistic empowerment through all aspects of “Oneness”- Body-Mind-Spirit. We teach non-violent approach to the conflict resolution through non-aggressive, non-competitive martial arts (“Yeshua-Do”; aiki-tai-jutsu) training, practical “Tuning the Mind” meditation and verbal self-defense skills. Most of the teaching is based on building self-confidence and leadership skills which empowers students to deal with difficult and stressful situations which can be encountered in daily life.
Our Program is focused on teaching children/youth a new approach to conflict through a “Verbal Defense” as a priority, also offering very practical self-defense skills (Yeshua-Do principle: avoidance, deflecting and re-directing attack, through minimum effort into maximum efficiency and effectiveness) combined with non-violent philosophy where overcoming intimidation or bullying, and “victim syndrome” is the key to personal victory, thus preparation for facing conflict and confrontation. It also encourages young people to master their moods/emotions, to put aside the stresses of life, and move towards healthier paths of life and understanding importance of: self-discipline, safety, unity, right relationship, avoiding drugs, tobacco, and alcohol, etc. So, the training in such modern self-defense art helps to rise in youth self-worth, respect, peacefulness, and fearlessness as well as encourages towards positive change, healthy living and thoughtfulness to others, their surroundings, and nature. We are going to keep a right balance between practical and theoretical lessons so students will enjoy variety of teaching with good physical activity.

         "A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger." - Proverbs 15:1

"I always believe in fighting; the question is  do you fight to change things, or do you fight to punish... 

An eye for eye will make the whole world blind." - Gandhi

 "Crazy science of anti-bullying :)"

Sensei Vitold Jordan giving teaching at Vanier School to 150 students, Whitehorse, Yukon, 2013

Each class includes (basi sample):

1.     Building Confidence Lessons – motivational basic teaching on self-improvement, living as a Peaceful-warrior by mastering body/mind through the spirit of excellence, and leadership skills. (this takes about 10min)

2.     Understanding Bullying – here students will learn the basic lessons on how to deal with bullying combined the practical non-aggressive philosophy and theory of verbal self-defense, and analyze of the conflict and its peaceful resolution through re-direction of negative words and behavior. (this takes about 10min)

3.     Empowering Body through Physical Training & Mastering Warrior Skills; each class includes at least two/three practical self-defense techniques (this takes about 45min):

Basic description of physical activities – the same for each class

·        a Peaceful-warrior warm up exercises;

·        stretching and breathing;

·        being like WATER Principle;

·        learning coordination, balance, posture, motion, falls/rolls,

·        ethics and non-violent philosophy and verbal principles of defense (“bully-prove-shield”) in action,

·        Practical non-aggressive Self-defense techniques (Yeshua-Do [“Aiki”] principles:

-         TAI-SABAKI (body movements) - Principles of avoidance, deflecting, re-directing attack, and harmonizing with opponent.

-         Immobilizations – IKKYO, NIKYO, SANKYO


-         Combinations; Practical application against 1, 2 and 3 opponents!

"Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. 

Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy." 

Proverbs 31:8-9

“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. 

Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.”

 Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Learning the meaning of "MUSHIN", staying cool and peaceful under the conflict :)

at the Holy Family School, Whitehorse, 2012

As we have already observed running our Anti-bullying school programs, children and youth are unable to concentrate on the theory alone longer than 10-15min. and easily become bored. The best results are obtained by delivering the theory/philosophy in a small dozes during practical physical activity in non-violent self-defense discipline. Since the principles of practical and the verbal self-defense which we teach perfectly correspond with each other, students have no problem to connect them as one teaching and learn to apply them with interest and attentiveness.  

The practical 10hrs Peaceful-Warrior Course is offered to local schools in the Yukon and can be run at the gym through different grade groups as PE classes. The maximum number of students at the class can be 25 at once, with additional supervision of the class teacher.

Further example of lesson:

Bullies often share some common characteristics. They are most often focused on themselves and try to intimidate other people. In general, they have poor social skills and questionable judgment. They seem to have no empathy or interest in other people’s feelings.

Most bullies think they are cool and in control but others put people down to make themselves feel good because they are insecure. When your child is faced with a bully, the following are some behaviors that can help:
1. Practice being confident: ways to you can practice ways to respond to a bully verbally or through your behavior both by yourself and with a friend or a parent. The most effective thing you can do is to practice feeling good about you, about being confident about who you are.
2. Talk about it: if you are being bullied it can help to talk to a parent, a teacher, or a friend about your feelings and frustrations. It’s always a good idea to ask for help when you feel insecure or threatened.
3. Don’t get angry, walk away: When someone is bullying you it’s tempting to get angry and fight back. But if you don’t respond and walk away, sooner or later they will probably get tired of harassing you. Be confident and walk away proudly. Body language like this sends them a message that you're not vulnerable. However, if the bully follows you and continues to harass, thats what you have to do.... cont.

If you know, or suspect, that your child is being bullied, you can help them to build the confidence to walk away and learn to deal with the situation appropriately. Proper, non-violent martial arts training can help them to develop the necessary skills to stand up to bullying with self confidence and a thoughtful response.

Sensei Vitold leading anti-bullying program for teachers and instructors, YAMA-Dojo, Yukon 2013 


"Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution.
Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages.
- Thomas Edison

“The LORD examines the righteous, but the wicked and him who loves violence his soul hates.” Psalm 11:5

“And he said unto them, do violence to no man” - Luke 3:14

There’s an old saying:”If there is no struggle, there is no progress,” and we must struggle to combat the bullying epidemic on all scales. Changes in laws, the way we think, and ultimately our behaviours are difficult to create, yet that is the challenge ahead of us. We need new and innovative solutions to combat bullying, solutions that protect young people by empowering school leaders and responsible adults everywhere to create safe environment for each child.

First of all, we must better equip educators – teachers, professionals and adults who have a role in carrying for our youth – with the funding and training they need to keep each child safe and secure. Bus drivers must also be trained and empowered to safeguard the children in their care. School infirmaries must be properly staffed, and each medical staff member must be properly trained to identify and treat the emotional trauma of bullying – social anxiety, substance abuse, and a sudden drop in academic performance.

Administrators and teachers must learn to put more attention to bullying, be fully prepared to deal with a problem in their schools and drop down their passivity and indifference! These educators play key roles in managing the front lines of bullying by copying with situations of physical and emotional violence, addressing situations with students and their parents, and fostering an environment of tolerance and inclusivity in their classrooms and playgrounds. These educators must be equipped with training and tools they need to break existing cycles of bullying and to prevent countless more before even start.

Parents and other adults also have to stop be passive but to be leaders and set right examples for all children with moral conduct and ethics.

Stopping bullying means real liberation for each child. It means activating the power and strength and intelligence that is within each child. We all know what it feels to be left out, ignored, name-called, and made to feel unworthy of people’s respect and attention.

As a martial artist I also understand what it is like to embrace that moment of empowerment, to feel safe and secure, to feel ready and able to pursue your greatest hopes in life, to awaken the ‘giant’ within. I am always ready to do my part to ensure that each and every young person in the Yukon has the opportunity to embrace such challenge and moment and to make a difference.

"For I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny against the mind of man."

Thomas Jefferson

Concerning Bullying - don't be like three monkeys:
"Speaking no evil,
Seeing no evil
Hearing no evil"
Stand up and speak up against violence and bullying!
Together we can make a difference.


"The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

- Edmund Burke (1729 – 1797) Irish philosopher

For sure you can make a difference. Take a stand. Get involved in any activities for world peace, anti-bullying, anti-justice, anti-terrorism, or pro-life; protecting human rights, children, women, seniors etc. and all different humanitarian programs.

"There is some good in this world, and it's worth fighting for." – From "The Two Towers", when Sam must persuade Frodo not to despair in the face of overwhelming evil.

Do not be indifferent; you are the part of this world

Calligraphy: "Respect - Unity - Peace - Love"

"The Way Of The Warrior Is To Stop Trouble Before It Starts" 

YAMA-Dojo in Edmonton, Alberta Ph: 1-(780)-245-0997


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