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About L.I. Ninjutsu Centers

We are dedicated to providing our members with elite martial arts instruction. We are also committed to helping you develop the attitudes and behaviors required to reach BLACK BELT EXCELLENCE - in all areas of life. Our goal is for all our students to become focused, self-disciplined and confident individuals who have the utmost respect for themselves and others.

Why we Soar Above the Rest!

The L.I. Ninjutsu Centers offer unparalleled martial arts instruction at extremely reasonable prices. Group classes for all ages are taught six nights per week. We have daytime classes for adults, and our world-renowned Little Warrior Program for children 3-5 years old during early mornings and early evenings. We also offer private lessons to fit your schedule. Of course, newcomers are always given a complimentary class, and Shihan Allie Alberigo and his staff of licensed instructors teach all the classes.

We welcome invitations from public and private schools, PTA’s, youth groups, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, sports teams, private fund raisers, charity benefits, etc. We will send our champion Ninjutsu Demonstration Team to come and perform, or have a representative come and speak to your group personally.


Licensing is something Shihan Allie takes very seriously within his organization. Being a martial arts business consultant, he is acutely aware of the variations in quality amongst martial arts educators. A common, and very important question we often hear from our student’s parents is...

Is there a governing body that oversees martial arts schools?
Are the instructors at L.I. Ninjutsu Centers Licensed?

The answer to this is, "YES." Realizing the problem with licensing in the martial arts many years ago, Shihan Allie Alberigo custom designed a licensing program with specific boundaries and requirements all instructors must meet and abide by to be able to teach in his schools. The L.I. Ninjutsu Centers Instructor Training Program eliminates any chance of less than superior instruction.

Although a black belt must work diligently for a minimum of five years to achieve the rank and respected title of "sensei" (Japanese for teacher) in our schools, they are not considered full-fledged instructors. In many schools, earning a Black Belt automatically gives a student the right to teach. Within L.I. Ninjutsu Centers, there is a curriculum of training an instructor must undergo, tests they must pass, and abilities they must possess, in order to have the privilege to pass on their knowledge. We equate it to person graduating college – just because you received a degree, doesn’t mean you possess the qualities, experience and specialized knowledge to teach what you've learned. There are many people who are outstanding martial artists, who may even be the toughest fighters in the world, but that doesn't mean they have teaching ability. We make sure that our teachers are masters of not only physical fighting skills, but also the philosophy and history of our art, and the life-skills that are only gained from years of practice and dedication.

What style of martial arts is taught at L.I. Ninjutsu Centers?

We teach the art of Ninjutsu. There are many different styles of Ninjutsu. Traditionally the style originated in Japan, but the roots of the system come from China and India. The Japanese art of Ninjutsu was once shrouded in secrecy, but it is now taught openly at L.I. Ninjutsu Centers. Shihan Allie has been privileged to train with one of best American Ninjutsu practitioners, and the founder of the Circle of One System, Shihan Felix Vazquez. He also traveled to and from Japan for over a decade to train in the Genbukan Ninpo system.

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