Our Jujutsu features the best of nine well-known styles.
In Japan, our Shihan (grandmaster) has combined elements of nine well-known styles of Jujutsu into a varied program of kihon (60 basics) and kata (60 forms). The curriculum also includes the study of small handheld weapons for self-defence. Japanese Jujutsu is therefore an all-round classical martial arts that can be studied in La Ronge, Saskatchewan.
Our school teaches Classical Jujutsu the way it is done in small schools in Japan: everyone learns together. We do not implement the strict structures you often see in Western dojos. Rather, we want to create a learning environment in where every member feels safe, acknowledges, and has unlimited opportunities to grow in skill development.
How we Learn
Nihon Jujutsu is taught alongside other martial arts using the Japanese model of teaching: the head instructor teaches the different skills at the same time, moving from group to group. In our dojo, you see participants learning their skills by themselves under guidance from other students and the head instructor.
Development of Skills
Our Japanese Jujutsu training focuses on self-defence – not on competition. However, we do test how we can further develop our skills by trying the skills out on other members. This brings each member closer to their next learning level. All members wear a white belt until they are ready to progress to Shodan (black belt).
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