The term jujutsu is the Japanese word for martial art consisting of two kanji.               jujutsu kanji 
  •  () : gentle, soft, supple, flexible, pliable, or yielding
     
  • Jutsu () : art or technique

 

jūjutsu therefore means : 

« the art of flexibility ».

   

 

 Origins of ju-jutsu         

 

 

The main concept of ju-jutsu is the jū, literally "flexibility", that is to say, avoid the frontal attack to control a stronger opponent without opposition force.

By this technique, the harsh is defeated by the gentle.

 

This principle has given birth to a range of sophisticated avoidance techniques, channeling of the opposing force, and control the opponent moves, strikes and capital obtained from monitoring vital points and joints..    

 

            

Methods of combat known as the ju-jutsu are old of 1500 years at least. The beginnings of ju-jutsu can be traced to the turbulent period in Japan which spread between the eighth and sixteenth centuries. 

 
 

 The term "jūjutsu" began to be used in 1600. Among the hundreds of ancient schools (Koryu), only some still survive.

                                                                                                                                                                                               
   

 

In France      

              

 In France, the JUJUTSU has experienced a chaotic development.
 In 1906, the opening of a JUJUTSU school on the Champs-Elysees by Ernest Regnier met the expectations of an  public "fascinated" by the mysterious Oriental discipline. He thus gave the JUJUTSU exceptional but ephemeral popularity. Indeed, after having successfully met many challenges, he was defeated by a Russian wrestler of more than 100 kilos.
JUJUTSU, after enjoying great popularity attached to the strong personality of RE-NIE, sank into irrelevance.


Other attempts met with little success until the arrival of a Japanese expert, Master Kawashi, who also possessed a strong personality coupled with a fineness of remarkable spirit.

For twenty years the JUJITSU has again found some respectability in France with various initiatives.


 
 

 The techniques

   
 
 They are divided into three main categories :   

 kansetsu waza 

(locking techniques)

 

 

 nage waza 

(throwing 

techniques) 

atemi waza 

(punching

 techniques)

 


 
           
Examples of customised defense   
Defense against face punch  Tsuki Kotegaeshi  ・ Tsuki Kote Ineri      
        Defense against a rear naked choke   Hadaka jime
Defense against stab  coup de couteau      
        Defense against slashing  Coup de baton
Defense against wrist seizure saisie kote gaeshi      
         
 

 

Teaching

     

Adapted according to the level



Listening to individual needs


 

 

 

 

                                                  Passing grade program
         
  Yellow belt       5e Kyu  PDF - Items 5e kyu
  Orange belt       4e Kyu  PDF - Items 4e kyu
  Green belt       3e Kyu  PDF - Items 3e kyu
  Blue belt       2e Kyu  
  Brown belt       1er Kyu  
  Black belt        1er Dan  




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