Jiu Jitsu is a practically-based fun & technical martial art based on the teaching of the Japanese Samurai, but updated to cope with modern situations. We teach a variety of techniques including throwing, restraining locks & weapons defence (i.e. chains, bottles, baseball bats...). It is great for getting into shape as well as for those who prefer the more technical side to martial arts and your first session is always free - what have you to lose?

Jiu Jitsu is a practically-based fun & technical martial art based on the teaching of the Japanese Samurai, but updated to cope with modern situations. We teach a variety of techniques including throwing, restraining locks & weapons defence (i.e. chains, bottles, baseball bats...). It is great for getting into shape as well as for those who prefer the more technical side to martial arts. Always free to try!

Training times:  

Monday 7pm-9pm Martial Arts room

Tuesday 6pm-8pm Glen Eyre Main Hall


Contact us or get involved via our social media:

Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SotonUniJiuJitsu
Page: https://www.facebook.com/southamptonjiujitsu 
Email: jitsu@soton.ac.uk

The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Jiu-Jitsu this year are:

Elainor Carter
President
Nick Agathangelou
Secretary
Thomas Denbigh
Social Secretary
Ioan Bryon
Treasurer

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