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Our History
Our History

World Ju-Jitsu Federation Australia

“The perfect philosophy & the perfect environment. We are offering you the perfect opportunity to learn – practice – and understand martial arts and self defence”.

The technical expertise of our Coach, Sensei Alan Campbell, is unsurpassed, ensuring that each lesson is taught safely and thoroughly. The high quality of its instruction is further enhanced by our superb training facilities, the excellent reasonably priced equipment we offer exclusively to our members and a friendly encouraging atmosphere.

From, children to teenagers to elderly people and physically disadvantaged – our doors are open to everyone. Whether you are looking to develop your Martial Arts prowess in the art of ju-jitsu, learn modern self defence, improve your health or just increase your self confidence and awareness, we will adjust our training program to cater for individual needs.

The World Ju-Jitsu Federation Australia is open six days a week and membership to any of our classes entitles you to train as often as you like including the use of the gym (adults only).

Classes on offer to adults include Traditional Ju-Jitsu, Mixed Martial Arts, Kickboxing and Aikido. Learning Martial Arts at WJJF is a complete experience, we back up our teaching program with a comprehensive range of books and dvd’s/video’s covering all aspects of your training course.

Throughout the year we hold National events, giving you the opportunity to train with fellow WJJF members

Our History

The Hitsory of Traditional Ju-Jitsu

With a history that can be traced back as far as 2,000 years, Ju-Jitsu, as opposed to Judo for example, strived to avoid the lure of the sporting arena and retained its status as a martial art. Jui Jitsu is a Japanese expression meaning compliant art. In other words the opponent pushes, but instead of pushing back you go along with – ‘comply’ with him and pull him towards you. Ju-Jitsu also incorporates striking and leverage techniques and makes use of the body’s many vulnerable points (kyusho or atemi). Though it is mainly an unarmed combat method, weapons traditionally form part of the syllabus. Mental awareness and discipline are given as much emphasis as physical training, because Ju-Jitsu utilises skill rather than strength and brute force, this martial art is accessible to all, regardless of age, gender or build.

Our History
Our History
Our History

The World Ju-Jitsu Federation

The origins of Ju-Jitsu lie far back in the past and there is no clear line of historical development – it seems to be involved with just about every martial art practiced in Japan. The World Ju-Jitsu Federation (WJJF) represents the culmination of 40 years Ju-Jitsu and general martial art experience. The WJJF was founded in 1976 Chief International Technical Director, Soke Robert Clark.

The Australian branch of the World Ju-Jitsu Federation founded in Sydney in 2003 by WJJF National Coach & Vice President Alan Campbell who was a personal student of the late Soke Robert Clark.

The WJJF AU are totally committed to the art of Ju-Jitsu and its continuing technical development. We are an advocate of teaching Ju-Jitsu to anyone willing to learn, whether it is through school training programs, corporate courses, special needs programs or early childhood development.

From our unrivalled instructional techniques and excellent facilities, to our thorough understanding of your individual training requirements, we are commited to offering the perfect environment in which you can learn the ancient art of Ju-Jitsu. Whether you are looking to improve your martial skills, seeking a truly effective self defence system, or trying to increase your awareness, self confidence and physical fitness, we can meet your needs.

At the World Ju-Jitsu Federation Australia, we not only seek to inspire this level of commitment in our students, but also strive to perfect the service we provide.