The core of the art comprises a system of throws, joint locks and strikes. Based on the principal of using an aggressor’s energy to their own disadvantage, Ju-Jitsu skills can be used by men, women and children to counter aggressive situations ranging from unwanted harassment to armed physical assault.

How Can I Be Sure I’m Getting Quality Coaching?

The CMAA structure is designed to ensure that qualified Coaches deliver safe, quality Ju-Jitsu. The Coach award system is widely regarded as being one of the best. All Clubs are required to have a qualified CMAA Coach who holds a current First Aid Certificate and full personal indemity insurance. The Association has a strict child protection policy and ensures all Coaches complete personal disclosure documents prior to being granted a Club licence.

Where Do I Obtain A Gi, Etc?

When you first start, comfortable training clothes (T-shirt and joggers) can be worn. Once you decide to join and continue training, our Clubs can supply Gi’s (training suits) at reasonable rates and as you progress through kyu grades, all the weapons required for Ko-budo’s (weapon training).

How Old Do You Have To Be To Train?

Ju-Jitsu training can start from as young as five to any age as long as you are reasonable mobile.

Why Do I Need a Licence?

Although the accident rate is low, Ju-Jitsu is a close contact tough combat sport. It is therefore wise to have a licence, which gives accident insurance cover. The licence will need to be renewed annually as part of your subscription.

Does Ju-Jitsu Get You Fit?

Ju-Jitsu class structure usually starts with a warm up, then Ju-Jitsu techniques. This process inevitably improves general fitness, flexibility and improves stamina which equips you better for the rigours of day-to-day life.

Do Women Do Ju-Jitsu?

All our classes cater for both sexes and our Ju-Jitsu techniques are suitable for women