7 Jun 2018

A Budo Grandmaster of the special class - Master Horst D. Lindenau

A Budo grandmaster of his own class - Master Horst D. Lindenau was born in the 50s in Germany and has studied most of his life the eastern arts like Budo, Yoga and Meditation.

Travelled the world intensive and he has lived, studied and worked in seven different countries for over a year you cannot get a better educated man.

Master Horst has taught over 1000 students worldwide and today there are even new martial arts systems, invented by former students of his. He himself was always concentrating mostly on the self defence element in the martial arts and having been a master student of the legendary Grandmaster Horst Weiland (Germany) it was no surprise Grandmaster Horst D. Lindenau founded his own style. The Anti Terror Combat system.

Today he trains Jiu-Jitsu, Anti Terror Combat as well as Yoga and Meditation in the picturesque town of Bridport in the SW of England. Find a few photos of Master Lindenau way.

Web Address of the present school

Web Address of the Anti Terror Combat organisation

This was Master Horst D. Lindenau in 1990 with Master Claude Weiland (both 2nd Dan Anti-Terrorkampf at the official BAE Dan grading in Augsburg/Germany
Master Horst D. Lindenau as a young 1st Dan Anti-Terrorkampf in his newly opened school in Bremen/Germany in 1989



Meditation Master Horst D. Lindenau at the Japanese Zen garden in the Southwest of England, which he created and built himself with the help of his students and advice by Karate and Meditation Master Mark Horemans/England
Master Horst D. Lindenau attends a seminar with kick box legend Don Wilson in Germany



Budomaster Horst D. Lindenau congratulates his student Lewis Harris who became martial artist of the month. www.ichinenbridport.com

Grandmaster Horst D. Lindenau during an Anti Terror Combat seminar in Germany 2016

Navy Captain and Grandmaster Horst D. Lindenau 2014

Three martial artists become awarded 1st Dan Anti Terror Combat by Grandmaster Horst D. Lindenau. Here Master Lawrence Shillingford/UK 

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