Jujutsu was originally developed by the Japanese Samurai as a form of self defence. Jujutsu techniques use skill and restraint rather than all out force.
Is it Suitable for children?
As well as an enjoyable leisure activity Jujutsu is an excellent and rewarding pursuit for children. The discipline required through the study of jujutsu will encourage children to become more disciplined, responsible and self-confident.
Children can acquire and improve their co-ordination, concentration, self-esteem and self-control through jujutsu. Add this to self-defence and fitness benefits and you can see why jujutsu has become so popular with children.
A specialised and structured syllabus of simple jujutsu techniques are taught in a safe environment. All students follow a carefully designed and proven grading syllabus with new students following an induction course, which is normally between 10 to 12 weeks.
Tai Jutsu Kai is a founder member of Grapple & Strike and therefore we are able to offer students the opportunity to participate in competitions at all levels, from interclub to international.