Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Jujitsu?
JuJitsu is considered the oldest and parent Japanese Martial Art. It uses the fighting arts of Karate, Judo, and Aikido as the basic foundation for self-defense. There are over 750 styles of JuJitsu. Bujin Ki Ryu is one of those styles.
Who should study JuJitsu?
JuJitsu is for anyone wanting to build self-esteem and self-control. If you do not have any major physical injuries (back, neck, shoulder, etc.), you qualify for the program. You do not need to be in good physical shape, that will come with time through the specific stretching and workout routines required for the art.
Why study JuJitsu?
JuJitsu is a martial art designed to improve self-discipline, self-control, and physical strength through a positive and safe environment. If you have the desire to develop confidence in yourself while improving your physical coordination, strength, and self-discipline, then this program is for you. It is also a great means of physical defense for street-attack situations. Combined with a healthy diet, JuJitsu helps you lose weight and get into shape.
What is the cost?
The cost is $35 per month per student with a family cap of $60 per month for any number of students in an immediate family. Membership in the International Shorinji Ryu JuJitsu Federation is included in these prices except for those on the family plan with more than two students, there is a $5 fee for the third and subsequent students.
Black Hills State University students get a $5 discount with their student I.D..