At Sei Shin Dojo, our goal is to teach self-protection by having students experience scenarios that are close as possible to real situations. Applying concepts of the traditional arts to realistic attacks makes learning self-defense easier and more understandable. We cover topics such as:
One-on-one aggression as well as multiple attackers
Protecting yourself when knocked down and fighting while on the ground
Being attacked by someone with a knife, club, gun, or other weapon
Fighting in tight or confined spaces
Adult Goshin Jiu Jitsu
A scenario-based art that teaches students to respond to situations with minimal effort using principles of physics, balance, and basic knowledge of human anatomy. Goshin Jiu Jitsu draws from other martial arts such as Aiki Jiu Jitsu, Aikido, Kali, Judo, Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Pekiti Tirsia Kali
A proven system of combat strategy and tactics that provides protection from strikes and attacks, destruction of opponents weapons, and domination of any combat or self-defense situation, executed with techniques that attack, quarter, and neutralize single or multiple opponents.
Kids Goshin Jiu Jitsu
Goshin kids Jiu Jitsu classes are tailored to small groups of children between the ages of 8 and 15. Class size is kept to 10 students or less for better personal instructions for each child. Training in small groups allows kids to develop self confidence faster, which will then develops self discipline and focus, and the knowledge to protect themselves against bullies.
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TRAINING AT SEI SHIN DOJO
Techniques are first taught step-by-step. Students then apply what they have learned by performing those techniques in a realistic, scenario-based training situation.
Both Goshin Jiu Jitsu and Pekiti Tirsia Kali have ranking systems with specific performance standards. Students must demonstrate mastery of the techniques in order to be promoted to their next rank.
Classes at Sei Shin Dojo are open to students of all levels. Advanced students are genuinely interested in sharing their knowledge with beginners, as teaching others allows one to improve their own mastery of a technique.
In addition to classes focused on traditional instruction of belt-level techniques, other sessions might incorporate light sparring, live grappling, and weapons training.