Wednesdays 8pm 9.30pm –
Worsley Judo Club, 2nd Floor, Linnyshaw Mill,
Manchester Road (A6), Walkden M28 3TR
Simply defined, TAIHO JUTSU means ‘Restraining Art". Techniques from Aikido, Judo and, Jujitsu are used. Taiho Jutsu also (as well as unarmed) includes the study of Baton and Handcuffing.
In 1973 Taiho Jutsu was introduced to the United Kingdom by Brian EUSTACE, after he was asked to review the self defence system for the British police officers, later techniques from Russian systems and Wrestling were add. Up to 1996 this was the system nationally used by the British Police.
In 2009 the JJIF sanctioned competition at European and World level Ju Jitsu for Police and Security Officers in this disciple, also Grades are internationally recognised
Within the UK training and grading this system is open to all, Any Police or persons working within any kind of Security would benefit from training in this discipline.
7th Dan Ju Jitsu, 6th Dan Judo
JJIF International Instructor
International Master of Sport
3rd Dan Ju Jitsu
International Ross Instructor
MVA Instructor & Manager