What is Ju Jitsu?
Ju Jitsu, loosely translated, means the “way of yielding”. It is designed as a form of self-defence that doesn’t rely on strength. It was devised during the Samurai era in Japan and is therefore one of the oldest forms of martial arts in the world, and the forerunner to other arts such as Judo and Aikido. As the translation, “way of yielding” would indicate, it relies on technique and not strength, and is an ideal form of self-defence for people of either sex, any build or age group

Who are London Ju Jitsu?
London Ju Jitsu are part of the Fighting Arts Organisation of Great Britain, one of the largest martial arts organisations in the U.K. At London Ju Jitsu, we endeavour to run our classes in a safe and disciplined, but also friendly way. There are two senior instructors, Sensei Chris Lacy and Sensei Salur Onural as well as a number of black belts at the club.