EVERYONE IS INVITED TO COME VIEW OR JOIN IN OUR FREE TRADITIONAL JAPANESE JUJUTSU CLASSES!
Japanese jujutsu systems emphasize throwing, immobilizing and pinning, joint-locking, and strangling techniques, compared with other empty-handed fighting systems that use atemiwaza (striking techniques) such as punching, striking, and kicking. Jujutsu is a learned skill or practice. It may take a student more than twenty years to mature and perfect their skills. Jujutsu practitioners use every conceivable technique to win in combat, and train in the use of many potentially fatal moves. Students usually train in a non-competitive environment and are taught break-falling skills to minimize the risk of injury during practice.
Besides offering FREE Jujutsu lessons to our students, we also provide our visitors with the opportunity to observe how
Traditional Japanese Jujutsu is taught, in the exact manner it was first developed as a martial arts form for Japanese civilians
during Japan's Edo period of the late 1800s.
To learn more about the history of Jujutsu, please navigate to our History of Jujutsu webpage!
Everyone is welcome to participate or watch!