Ju-Jitsu students achieve grades
Ishin Ryu Ju-Jitsu grading successes at the Dereham Dojo were achieved by Monday and Saturday students at their last gradings for 2008.There followed a presentation evening where the students received their next belt and certificate in front of their proud parents.
Ishin Ryu Ju-Jitsu grading successes at the Dereham Dojo were achieved by Monday and Saturday students at their last gradings for 2008.
There followed a presentation evening where the students received their next belt and certificate in front of their proud parents.
All the infants did a fine grading which included throws, groundwork and lots of fitness. They showed much determination and courage to keep going.
The juniors' grading lasted one hour and 10 minutes and included continuous throws, combinations, groundwork and fitness tests . They all gave it 100 per cent with true spirit and dedication.
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Ishin Ryu believes in building a student's confidence, teaching them the correct ways of self defence. Ishin Ryu Ju-Jitsu is a traditional martial art, and still holds and believes in its martial military background.
Some consider martial arts have gone down the line of becoming a sport, and have done away with traditions. Ishin Ryu claims to carry on the ways of the Samurai and teaches martial arts with respect discipline, plenty of hard work, and having lots of fun.
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Infant Class (top picture) - White/Red: Niall Pearson-Shaul, Samuel Rose, Alfie Lawrence, Daniel Lain and Alfie Benton; White/Yellow: Leah Meredith-Jenkins; White/Orange: Hayden Quinn, Keelan Smart, Rhiannon Fleetand Dominic Larner; White/Green: Sam Tyler; White/Blue: Patrick Rimmer, Matilda Muller and Matthew Hobbs; White/Purple: James Greenland and Emil James; White/Brown: Olivia Bond; Black/White: James Roberts, Matthew Turner, Tara Quinn, Keelan Meredith-Jenkins, Harvey Bond and Liam Kevern.
Junior Class - White/Black: Harry Dagless and Ncody Bloor; Yellow: Paige Viner, Oliver Rose, Rhys Pearson-Shaul, Samantha Perry, Joshua Sutton, Rhys Constable; Orange: Josh Bryant, Hugo Atmore, Benjamin Cunningham, Phoebe Humphries, Alec Coles, Jack Smith and Abbie Grant; Orange/Black Abigale Munson, Phoebe Munson, Brodie Allison, Jordan Young; Green: Euan Morgan, Megan Constable, Nesta James; Green/Black Emily Greenland, Benjamin Sutton and Kyle Mitchell; Blue: Kane Cordy and Mark Monkhouse; Blue/Black: John Hodson, Paddy Veried and Kyle Staples; Purple: Jonah Goslin-Minter.
Training times: Infants 6-7p, juniors 7-8pm, adults 8-10pm.
Children on a Wednesday can have a free lesson to see how much fun they will have.
For more information you can contact headquarters on 01953 483795 or visit web site: www.ishinryu.com