Telephone: 613-532-9159
745 Progress Ave. (YGK Combatives Group), Kingston, Ont.


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Jukoshin Ryu Jiu-Jitsu was founded by Soke Bryan Cheek, (10th Dan Jiu-jitsu, 8th Dan Kobudo, 7th Dan Judo) in 2003.

Jukoshin Ryu Jiu-jitsu is recognized as a modern western martial art, with Japanese origins, and is accepted as such by the International Society of Headfounders and Headmasters.

Jukoshin Ryu Jiu-jitsu - Spirit of Gentle and Strong - Jiu Jitsu is now playing a major role in the family of martial arts. This is due to its very practical, efficient and no-nonsense techniques, devised over some 30 years by Soke Bryan Cheek. With its emphasis on the 5 S's - Skill - Speed - Stamina - Suppleness and Strength, this system appeals to students that require a self defence strategy that really works.

Jukoshin Ryu Jiu-jitsu also provides a variety of techniques second to none, which enables all types of students to succeed, and to become proficient in this combat art. Throws - Locks - Pressure Points - Strikes - Kicks - Grappling and weapons training are all included in the vast syllabus available. It uses many traditional techniques, which have been tried and tested, and also many modern combat formulas, which make this style progressive yet proven.

Many of our students have been from the military, police force or penitentiary guards and have found our syllabus practical for those dynamic environments.

A uniform standard of training around the world is required of all participants within Jukoshin Ryu Jiu-jitsu, with particular emphasis on all Dan gradings ensuring a worldwide standard at Black Belt level.


Kids Grappling

Our Grappling techniques are strongly based on the principles of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). They help answer the questions of how to take someone to the ground, how to react if someone takes you to the ground, and what to do once you are on the ground.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) style grappling is best described as a game of chess using one's body. The object of it is to use techniques involving the use of leverage and positioning of one's body to effectively control your opponent so that they cannot attack you, but you can attack them. The goal of it is to force your opponent to give up due to the application of a finishing hold also known as a submission. Submissions, as they are commonly referred to, are joint-locks (holds that threaten to hyper extend a joint), or chokes.

When we spar and a submission hold is applied, the person caught in the submission signals that they give up by tapping their opponent's body. It is through this system that we can train at full strength and speed without serious injury. It is also this ability to practice while going all out and full contact with a fully resisting opponent, which makes the training effective, and rewarding.

The grappling techniques taught here are ideal for both sport and self-defence. Sport grappling and self-defence grappling are similar yet different in many ways. We make sure you know the difference in how to preform the techniques so that they will work for you on the mat and on the street.



Teen and Adult Jiu-jitsu
Friday 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Sunday 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Ages +14

($100/month if combined with our kenjutsu program!)

(We offer three free class trial period!)


Click on the link to go that belt levels syllabus.

Yellow Belt Yellow Belt Syllabus

Orange Belt Orange Belt Syllabus

Green Belt Green Belt Syllabus

Blue Belt Blue Belt Syllabus

Purple Belt Purple Belt Syllabus

Brown Belt Brown Belt Syllabus

Shodan-Ho Belt Shodan-Ho Syllabus

Black Belt (1st Dan) 1st Dan Syllabus

Black Belt (2nd Dan) 2nd Dan Syllabus

Black Belt (3rd Dan) 3rd Dan Syllabus

Black Belt (4th Dan) 4th Dan Syllabus

Black Belt (5th Dan) 5th Dan Syllabus

Black Belt (6th Dan) 6th Dan Syllabus

Telephone: 613-532-9159
745 Progress Ave. (YGK Combatives Group), Kingston, Ont.