Jishukan Ryu is a Martial Arts School offering Jiu-Jitsu (Jujutsu / Jujitsu) & Kempo / Kenpo classes in Rockingham for youth, men and women. This martial art has been at the Rockingham PCYC for several decades. It has 4 highly qualified instructors and is an activity open to male and females aged 12 years and above. Black belts train on a Wednesday evening, normal training is held on Monday nights.
Are there different levels?
Yes, grading is organized thru the Jishukan Ryu Australia affiliation.
Weekly Session Fees – Juniors $8.00, Adults $10.00 or pay by term
Term 1 – $88 Juniors, $110 Adults
Term 2 – $72 Juniors, $90 Adults
Term 3 – $80 Juniors, $100 Adults
Term 4 – $80 Juniors, $100 Adults
Monday 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (open 12 years +)
Wednesdays 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm (Black belts)
Wednesdays 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm (open 12 years +)
How do I get started?
Call Rockingham PCYC on (08) 9592 1232 and we will be able to tell you what day and time to come down to the club for training.
When attending any activity, all junior members of PCYC must be dropped off and picked up within the building by a parent or carer. Members who ride bikes etc. to and from the centre will need to provide a note to their respective coach or coordinator
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