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Arlington Budoshin JuJitsu Dojo: Self Defense for the Rest of Us

Self-defense training for men and women in a safe, supportive environment. Bookmark and Share

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New students may register at any time.

(You can always observe any class for free. To be on the mat you must be registered.)

 To register, please contact the YMCA Arlington

Young or old, short or tall, thick or thin — anyone can learn to defend themselves. These classes are designed to provide training in practical self defense. Your participation does not require great strength or flexibility. Conversely, continued participation will lead to increased flexibility and strength, along with improved balance, coordination, and confidence.

For more information on self-defense and why you should train in the martial arts, read the article The Truth of Self-Defense by Ron G. Anselm.


If our minds are undisciplined ... we can never perfect ourselves as martial artists or human beings.

Kensho Furuya

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