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Ju jitsu students celebrate

PUBLISHED: 09:18 19 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:30 07 July 2010

Ishin Ryu Ju-Jitsu students at their presentation.

Ishin Ryu Ju-Jitsu students at their presentation.

ISHIN Ryu Ju-Jitsu infants and junior students celebrated all their hard work by throwing their old belts as high as they could up in the air at the end of their presentation evening.

ISHIN Ryu Ju-Jitsu infants and junior students celebrated all their hard work by throwing their old belts as high as they could up in the air at the end of their presentation evening.

They all worked extremely hard throughout their gradings. This included many aspects of ju-jitsu, self defence, lots of fitness and sense of humour tests. There was a big cheer by all their parents who were very proud of their sons and daughters in gaining their

next belt.

They also had more to celebrate as their instructor Trevor Steward Renshi has recently been promoted to national coach for children's training and development within the UK.

Ishin Ryu believe in building a student's confidence, teaching them the correct ways of self defence. Ishin Ryu Ju-Jitsu is a traditional martial art which still holds and believes in its martial military background. Ishin Ryu carry on the ways of the Samurai and teach martial arts with respect, discipline, plenty of hard work and having lots of fun.

Training times, infants 6-7pm, juniors 7-8pm, adults 8-9pm.

For more information you can contact headquarters on 01953 483795 or visit www.ishinryu.com

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