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Bujin Martial Arts

Unit 69 BSS House

Cheney Manor Industrial Estate

Swindon SN2 2PJ

07727 653852

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The Adult Class

The adult classes are a lot more demanding than the junior classes, whilst practising the techniques in a safe manner.

The health benefits from Martial Arts training are innumerable. Our adult students find they increase their strength and flexibility. The tempered workout helps reduce stress and increase fitness levels. They gain a new sense of awareness as they become more confident in being able to defend themselves and their loved ones

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Budo Taijutsu does not refer to a specific style, but more to a group of arts, each with a different point of view expressed by the different school. The physical dynamics from one school to another varies - one may focus on redirection and avoidance while another may charge in and overwhelm, etc.

To provide some kind of brief description, Budo Taijutsu includes the study of both unarmed and armed combative techniques, strategy, philosophy, and history. In most instances, the area of study is quite comprehensive. The idea is to become adept at many things, rather than specializing in only one.

The main principles of Budo Taijutsu are: posture, distance, rhythm and flow. Soke Hatsumi has repeatedly called Budo Taijutsu, "The Art of Distance". The practitioner responds to attacks in such a way that they place themselves in an advantageous position from which an effective response can be employed. They are taught to use the entire body (Taijutsu) for every movement/technique, to provide the most power and leverage. They will use the openings created by the opponent’s movement to implement techniques.