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FITT Principle for Flexibility/Stretching

Flexibility is the key. Bujutsu is kicking off stretch classes for the very first time. Our stretch classes will be led by Leah Meleng who as well as being a personal trainer is an experienced dancer, with over a decade of dance and stretch experience. Our stretch classes are iedal for: increasing flexibility injury rehab […]

December 2017 Grading Dates and Class Disruptions

December 2017 Grading Dates:   Saturday 2nd December 2017 BJJ 10am to 12pm Karate Black Belt Grading 12.30pm to 3.30pm   Monday 4th December 2017 Kids BJJ 5pm to 6pm BJJ 7pm to 8pm   Saurday 16th December 2017 Kobudo 11am to 12.30pm   Monday 18th December 2017 Kids Karate 4pm to 5pm   Tuesday […]

Additional Kids Martial Arts Classes

Additional Kids Martial Arts Classes Bujutsu Martial Arts and Fitness Centre has one of the largest and most successful kids martial arts programs in the southern hemisphere. Now we are going to make it even bigger by adding further kids karate classes to our timetable.   Our Karate for Toddlers classes run every Monday, Thursday […]

Bujutsu affiliates with Japanese Karate Association JKA

Well it’s official! I have now affiliated with the Japanese Karate Association through the JKA/WF Australia. Thank you Jason Naylor Sensei for welcoming me. I look forward to a very long relationship. I first started karate in 1988 in my high school hall, back then my school was affiliated with JKA. I left that school […]

Bujutsu Anti Bullying and Child Safety Program

Bullying is a significant problem within our society. Recently, an Australian study reported that 1 in 4 kids ageted between 8 and 14 years reported being bullied every few weeks or more, with the highest prevalence rates being reported by children in Year 5 (age 10-11 years). This means that 25% of children admitted to […]

2017 Bujutsu Annual Presentation Day – Book your spot now!

Don’t miss out on this event. Book your spot now!!!!!!! 2017 Bujutsu Annual Presentation Day This years Annual Presentation Day will be held at the, Mount Annan Australian Botanic Gardens at the Lakeside Pavillion. Sunday 10th December 2017  10am to 1pm We received so much positive feedback on last years presentation that we are going […]

Shotokan or Shotokai

Introduction In view of my son’s and my impending travel to Japan for the 60th anniversary of the establishment of Master Kawanabe Kenjiro’s dojo in Tokyo, I thought I would briefly discuss a topic that is generally not properly understood in Shotokan circles. Master Kawanabe, now in his 86th year, is a 10th Dan Shotokai […]

Bujutsu admitted into the Australian Karate Federation

Today we received formal advice that Bujutsu Martial Arts and Fitness Centre has been admitted into the Australian Karate Federation. The Australian Karate Federation: is the national governing body of karate in Australia recognised and endorsed by the federal government, the Australian Olympic Committee and the Australian Sports Commission. The AKF is a member of […]