At Genshin Kai there’s no pressure on pupils to perform for the sake of tournaments or awards.You might gain your black belt in just a year or two, or it could take you a decade – you will learn at your own pace and hopefully have fun and get fit along the way. We’re not here to punish you into fighting your way through the ranks quickly: our club has a friendly, relaxed atmosphere which we feel is more conducive to learning for all.
Everyone who passes through the Genshin Kai system will emerge at the other end with their own individual fighting style, but what’s important to us is that our pupils learn to train safely.
WHO CAN TRAIN ?
Practically anyone can train with us from the age of 5 to 105. It is It is recommended that parents/gaurdians of children who are under the age of 7 stay in attendance. When the child has proved that they can hold their attention, and join in with the class without causing disruption, then the Instructor will be happy if the parent wanted to leave the child during the lesson.
DOES IT MATTER THAT I AM NOT FIT ?
There are exercises at the beginning of the lesson to help flexibility and Cardio, you will improve and train at your own pace, all levels of pysical and mental abilities can be catered for.
DOES IT MATTER THAT I AM NO GOOD AT SPORTS ?
Some people pick things up quicker than others, but as mentioned above you will train at your own pace. You will not be expected to perform techniques that are outside of your capabilities.
IS GENSHIN JU-JITSU HARD TO LEARN ?
Genshin Ju-Jitsu is a form of Martial Arts that has been devised by Grand Master Den Butler to be an easy to learn system of self defence, it has been officially recognised as a legitmate self defence system by the International Society of Head Founders
and Head Families (ISHH).
WHEN SHOULD I COME ALONG ?
See our training times.
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If you want to find out more, contact Grand Master Den Butler on 07903 445336,
or just turn up at one of our regular training sessions (see left) with loose fitting clothing and a willingness to learn.