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This page is to capture up coming events for Goshinkan Ju Jitsu and the Alberta Jiu-Jitsu Association. You can also check out our three facebook pages the host Goshinkan and AJJA events here!

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Location: Inukshuk Bushido Kai Dojo in Edmonton 3908 97 Street NW, Bay 3, Edmonton, AB T6E 6N2
$60 for AJJA / CJJC and Bissett members. This seminar would
generally be over $200 AJJA / CJJC are nonprofit groups out to make a change in the martial arts community.
To Register Contact the Alberta Jiu-Jitsu Association and the Canadian Ju-Jitsu Confederation at 403-342-1771 or
E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web Site www.albertajja.com https://www.canadianjjconfederation.com/

Special Guest Instructor Shihan Chris Bissett 8th Degree Black Belt Jishin-Do Jiu-Jitsu & 8th Degree Black Belt Jishin-Ryu Tai-Jitsu world renowned self-defense, military, and police instructor.

instructors:
Shihan Chris Ginter 7th Degree Black Belt Gekisai-Ryu Ju-Jitsu Kai.

Shihan K.D. Lintott 7th Degree Black Belt Goshinkan-Ryu Ju-Jitsu & Kan-Ryu Ju-JItsu. 7th Degree Black Belt World Ju-JItsu, 5th Degree Black Belt Can-Ryu Jiu-Jitsu, 1st Degree Black Belt Jisin-Do Jiu-Jitsu.

Shihan Trevor Tessier 6th Degree Black Belt Ketto-Ryu Ju-JItsu. Vice President Canadian Ju-Jitsu Confederation

Shihan Ray Martin 6th Degree Black Belt Shindo-Ryu Ju-JItsu and second Degree Black Belt Judo.

Sensei Joseph Lindal 2nd Degree Black Belt Utsuri-Ryu Ju-Jitsu.

Please fill out form and payment to secure your spot here https://form.jotform.ca/72162401933247

 
 
 

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Taiho Jutsu

During the Edo period, Japanese police officers trained in self-defense and arresting techniques based on the unarmed fighting styles of jujutsu. They also developed and perfected the use of a variety of non-lethal weapons for capturing and restraining suspects.

Many traditional Japanese martial arts schools once included elements of taiho jutsu (arresting arts), although most have since been lost to history. A number of taiho jutsu techniques have survived, though, and are still taught and practiced in their original forms by specialists in jujutsu as well as kenjutsu and iaido (swordsmanship).

Some taiho jutsu techniques have been adopted and modified for more contemporary law enforcement applications. Based on martial art styles from the Japanese feudal era, modern forms of taiho jutsu are frequently an essential part of training programs for many police agencies today. Law enforcement officers in countries around the world often rely on modern taiho jutsu to safely arrest and detain suspects.

Edo Machi-kata Taiho Jutsu is dedicated to researching, preserving, and disseminating information about traditional Japanese arresting arts and implements.

Members include a diverse group of martial arts enthusiasts with interests ranging from traditional Japanese styles to modern law enforcement arresting techniques.

All martial arts practitioners, instructors, students, and scholars interested in studying taiho jutsu are welcome. Please enjoy your visit.

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Bushido, the warrior's way, means many things to many people, but its underlying principle is the never-ending quest for self-perfection through mastery of technique and of self; a commitment to deal with all things honestly, honourably, and with a healthy dose of humility.