Martial Arts Styles for Adults & Children in Vaughan
Aikido the art of self defense
utilizes the opponent's power and force against them. "The bigger and stronger the opponent the harder they fall". Yoshinkan Aikido has become well-known throughout the world, and people of many nationalities are training in Aikido.
Every year, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police sends ten of its members to spend one year as "Special Student" in the Yoshinkan Headquarters Dojo.
Jujitsu the art of skill, the style
that gives a person the weapons to successfully finalize a fight regardless of the person's size, gender or martial arts experience. YoShin Ryu Jujitsu is a stand up style of fighting, or "Willow Heart Style" is based on the pliability of the willow tree and its ability to bend under force rather than brake.
YoShin Ryu Jujitsu uses the attacker's movements and energy against them: "JU" meaning "soft controls hard"
Goju Ryu Karate
GoJu Ryu Karate the art of softness and hardness, style
based on the concept that all hardness and too much softness is not good. The two should complement each other just like ying and yang. Combining the two gives Goju Ryu Karate, beautiful and graceful movements yet filled with strength. The movements are sometime extremely fast and other times slow almost majestic.
Tai-Chi is a slow moving meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self defense. Our classes focuses on the meditative exercise of the body, rather than on the martial arts applications. Even in our kids classes we start and/or finish with this type of meditation.