Ju-jitsu Classes

Ju-jitsu (gentle art) was first developed in Japan by samurai as a means of self-defence in the event of finding oneself without a sword in battle. Today it has evolved into a system of movements and techniques that are relevant to modern self defence. The fundamental principle taught to all participants is the concept of giving way to your opponents force and redirecting it to your advantage. This means practitioners of Ju-jitsu need not be physically strong to overcome their opponent.

What Skills are developed:

  • Self control under stressful situations
  • Timing and awareness
  • Speed and power
  • Throwing
  • Striking and kicking
  • Pressure points
  • Locking techniques
  • Grappling
  • Control techniques
  • Defence against weapons
  • Multiple attackers
  • Use of long stick and sword
  • How to fall
  • Self discipline
  • Good posture and flexibility
  • Positive attitude towards life


Ross Miller has been practising martial arts since 1978 and started teaching Ju-jitsu after attaining his black belt in 1985. After obtaining his 2nd Dan in 1991 and qualifying as a level 2 coach Ross spent 2 years in Beijing, China teaching Ju-jitsu. He is accredited Australian Federation of Ju-jitsu black belt instructors, NCAS Level 2.

Class Time:

  • Children (primary school age) , Fridays 5.30-6.30 pm
  • Adults (17 years and above), Fridays 6.30-8.00 pm


10 Visit Card$260.00
Note: 10 visit cards have no expiry date.

What to wear:

Loose fitting track suit or Judo Gi. Please make sure finger and toes nails are cut short. All jewellery must be removed. Smiles are welcome.

Phone 9895 2300 to enrol in these classes today!

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