Focus! Fitness! Fun! - Fudoshin!

Update 24th October 2020: 🥳 Good news! 🥳 From Monday 2nd November we are back in the dojo. We are having to run a very restricted timetable and limited to 10 people. But it's a move in the right direction. Starting on the 2nd November we will be running a joint Adult and Junior Brown Belt Class every Monday from 7pm to 9pm. These will run until Christmas. In the New Year we intend to expand the timetable, reestablish Children's Classes and accept new starters. You will now need to book sessions in advance, so please follow the book now link in the menu.

Begin your journey in martial arts

“Learn an ancient art evolved for a modern world.”


Welcome

Welcome to Dorchester Fudoshin Jujitsu and Martial Arts.  We have been established in Dorchester since 2003 and are affiliated with the British Fudoshin Association.  We teach Fudoshin Jujitsu (also known as Jiu jitsu or Ju Jutsu), Fudoshin Kickboxing and 12 traditional oriental weapons including: katana, wakizashi, tanto (knife), yawara bo, tanjo, jo, bo, naginata (spear) nunchaku, kama, sai and tonfa.  

We benefit from the experience of a Lead Instructor with over 45 years of continuous martial arts training.

Dorchester Fudoshin Jujitsu and Martial Art is affiliated with the British Fudoshin Assoication

Classes

We run children’s and adult classes on a Monday and Thursday.  We welcome all abilities.  Come along and have a go for free! 

Child demonstrating a striking technique.  An adult defending against a knife with a jo (stick)
Children’s and adult classes are available

Jujitsu a Traditional Martial Art

Learn a traditional martial arts system which incorporates striking, grappling, throws, joint locks, escapes, restraints and ground fighting.

A compilation picture showing jujitsu techniques including striking, grappling, throwing and joint locks.
Many different elements make up Jujitsu including striking, throwing, grappling, joint locks and ground fighting.

Self defence

Jujitsu is primarily a defensive art.  Learn effective, practical self-defence skills which will stay with you for life. Learn to defend yourself against both armed and unarmed attacks.  Defend agsinst single and multiple attackers. Also learn to defend yourself with every day objects at hand using improvised weapons

Collage showing self defence techniques of jujitus.  Top left helpig someone being strangled on the floor,top middle escaping being grabbed by two attackers, top right defending against someone siting astride you with a knife, bottom left knife point against throat, right middle - knife thrust to stomach, bottom right - defending a downwards hammer fist strike.
Learn to defend yourself against armed attacks, unarmed attacks and against multiple attcakers.

Weapons training

Learn how to use one or more of the 12 traditional weapons.  Learn how to defend against these weapons if unarmed but also if armed with different weapon.

Composite picture: left image showing kenjutsu (sword), with the practitioner demonstrating a downwards strike.  The right picture shows jojutsu, a 4ft stick being used to defend against an attack woth a tanto (knife)
Learn how to use 12 different traditional Japanese weapons and how to defend against different weapons.

Be active

Training in Jujitsu will improve your general fitness.  Fitness and conditioning play an important part of each lesson, it’s excellent core conditioning and burns a lot of calories.   You don’t need to be super fit to start Jujitsu.  You will train to your physical ability.  You will notice, week on week, small improvements in your physical fitness, core strength and stamina.  But most importanlty you will be having so much fun you wont notice how hard you are working! 


Cross fit

Jujitsu is excellent cross training and complements other sports such as athletics, dancing, football, rugby,  gymnastics and swimming; where bursts of power/speed are required combined with balance, coordination, timing and stamina.

Compilation picture showing children being active, having fun whilst training in jujitsu. Incuding relay races, tug of war and hop wrestling.
Be active! Have fun! Stay fit! – Jujitsu

Wellbeing

Unwind after a hectic day.  Leave your worries behind as you step into the dojo and on to the mat. Martial arts helps relieve stress and focus the mind. You will also meet new people, make new friends and share a common interest and spirit.

There is increasing evidence that the motivational nature of training in martial arts, the sense of personal reward, the focus and the camaraderie helps prevent but also combats stress, anxiety and depression. 


Age, Injury & Gender are no Barrier

Age, injury and gender are no barrier to training in Fudoshin Jujitsu. The martial art is so diverse that it can be tailored and adapted to any individuals capability and to the level that their body can achieve. Please feel free to contact us to discuss further or pop along and find out yourself.


Join us

Everyone is friendly and shares the desire to learn and have fun. There are no joining fees, no membership fees and we never charge for gradings.  Just Pay as you train.  Why not try for free!


Where to find us

We are based in Dorchestrer Judo Club, Sawmills Lane, DT1 2QX


Contact us

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