Training Thursdays 8:00 – 10:00 pm at the Brighton Ki Centre, 12 Queens Sq, BN1 3FD. Thursday sessions run all year round!
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The Jitsu Foundation – with around 3,000 active members, 100 clubs in the UK and affiliates all over the world
Simon Hewings started jitsu in ’94 at university as a way to explore martial arts, try to get fit and also push his physical boundaries since he was recovering from a childhood arthritis. To start with he was… well, fairly appalling was how his first instructor put it. Whilst this was a fair but brutal […]Discover More
Will has been training in Jitsu since 2006 and achieved his first teaching belt in March 2013. He started with 2 years under 2nd Dan Chris Oultram Sensei of Reading University before moving to the exceptional University College London Club under the close watch of 2nd Dan James Garvey Sensei.Discover More
Jake first set foot on the Jitsu mat at the age of 5 and has not stopped since; he achieved his first teaching belt in 2011 at the age of 16 and has won many Randoris and Atemis National competitions since then. Before moving to Brighton for his studies, Jake has trained at the Bristol […]Discover More
Sensei Jonathan ‘Jonny’ Pinder is our newest instructor ar our Universities’ Jitsu Club. He has been training under Sensei Simon at the Town Club since 2012 and recently got his brown (teaching) belt in the summer of 2018. Sensei Jonny is an enthusiastic and skilled Jitsuka. He is particularly keen on his ground fighting […]Discover More
So due to the current viral outbreak, our very own Sensei Simon has put together a few videos.
Saturday saw a great man in our style of jiu jitsu recognised for his incredible achievements and contributions. We are all delighted to see that John Harquail was awarded his 2nd dan “Nidan” – or second degree black belt.
The TJJF Jiu jitsu nationals are some on the largest and coolest single art events in the UK. Over 2 days you will train with more people of you same grade than you will almost anywhere else.
Simple answer – Jiu Jitsu is a martial art that utilises joint locks, holds, throws and striking to vulnerable areas to defeat aggression with an aim to use the attackers energy against them. Although my favourite short answer I have seen is: 1. The gentle art of folding clothes while people are still in them […]