Of particular importance for Budo Taijutsu are speed, flexibility, accuracy of techniques, stamina, therefore the student eventually develops all of the above. In parallel with the technical aspect of the martial arts, which is vast on its own, the student is under a constant spiritual evolution by developing a positive attitude, patience, endurance, self-control, well-being, self awareness and creativity. Spiritual development is after all central part of traditional martial arts.

Subsequently, training in Budo Taijutsu is open for all, regardless of age, sex, origin or previous experience in martial arts. Especially for women, there are aspects of the training where kunoichis (as female ninjas were known as) could really excel.

The student of Budo is required to have passion for learning. As a member of Bujinkan Dojo Thessaloniki he has to respect all fellow students and to follow the instructions of the teachers, who among others cares for the safety of members during the course. More advanced students aid the newer ones. In principle, the members of Bujinkan Dojo Thessaloniki are required to honour, respect and follow the traditions of the Dojo.