What we do

The Ju Jitsu practised at Doncaster Ju Jitsu Club is based on traditional Japanese techniques. The basic principle of Ju Jitsu is to use the opponents’ force against them. Techniques include throws, locks and strikes, from a standing position and on the ground. Self defence includes disengagements, or escapes from being held forcibly by an attacker.

This wide range of techniques makes it the ideal martial art for self defence. It is an exciting sport, combining kickboxing with throws.

This is not an art which relies on repetition of Katas or Patterns but instead, teaches practical hands on techniques to defend against aggressor’s. It is because of the wide range of techniques of Ju Jitsu that we say it is probably the original multiple or mixed martial art.

 

Share 

The benefits of training with us

 

Affordable Gradings

The cost for gradings that either an adult or child student undertakes within Doncaster Ju Jitsu Club are extremely fairly priced as we believe that it shouldn’t cost the earth to be rewarded for students effort and progression.

NO CONTRACTS

Paying by direct debit does not tie you into a long term contract. If you would like to know more please contact us or come to a training session where we will be happy to answer your questions.

Practical techniques

Ju Jitsu is widely recognised as one of the foremost forms of all self defence techniques available today. It is used by police forces and prison officers as a means of restraint.

 

What we do

The Ju Jitsu practised at Doncaster Ju Jitsu Club is based on traditional Japanese techniques. The basic principle of Ju Jitsu is to use the opponents’ force against them. Techniques include throws, locks and strikes, from a standing position and on the ground. Self defence includes disengagements, or escapes from being held forcibly by an attacker.

This wide range of techniques makes it the ideal martial art for self defence. It is an exciting sport, combining kickboxing with throws.

Ju Jitsu – “The Gentle Art” – an ancient Japanese form of self defence developed by Samurai warriors for the battlefield, now teaches students self discipline, respect and honour. It is a non-aggresssive method of self protection which, instead of aggression, relies on the ability of the individual to defend themselves, first by trying to defuse the situtation and only if that fails to use Ju Jitsu.

 

Get a flavour of what to expect on our Gallery page

 

Click here to see more images and video content on our gallery page

 

 

 

If you would like to learn a practical martial art then you need look no further than us.

 

X