At Bu-Jutsu Ryu Karate Kai our aim is to teach people of all ages and abilities self defence, self confidence, self discipline and respect for themselves and others.
Our methods of training are based on the old traditional way of Karate as well as implementing some of the more modern aspects of the martial arts, which provides both mental and physical conditioning.
In July 2008 Sensei and 4 members of the club embarked on a trip to Okinawa, Japan, the home of traditional karate, where they underwent 10 days of training under the tuition of Master Meitatsu Yagi 10th Dan Gojo Ryu Karate. During the trip they learnt many new and old training techniques and katas which have since been included in our weekly training sessions.
The symbol of Bu Jutsu Ryu Karate-Do represents three ?tadpoles? moving in harmony around one another, creating a complete circular unit. The three separate parts of the whole represent the three parts of the complete person; mind, body and spirit. When we train in Karate we try to develop all three aspects equally and together in unison, bringing them all into play with every movement.
The objective of Bu-Jutsu Ryu Karate-Do is to transform the body, the mind, and the spirit, through prolonged intensive training, designed to develop an improved state of physical, mental, spiritual unity and harmony that will lead to the attainment of. Superior ability, awareness, and understanding.
"Those who train in Bu Jutsu Ryu Karate-Do should
help others, never seek trouble, refrain from arguments,
and refrain from senseless fighting."
Bu Jutsu Ryu Karte-Do
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