I started my practice of Jujutsu with Sensei Max about three years ago. Since my first lesson I have been hooked. Max teaches Jujutsu in a very attentive manner, explaining the process and techniques in a very interesting and relaxed way that unveils the fascinating physical and spiritual aspects of this brilliantly simple martial art. In my relatively short time at Kew dojo, under Max's tuition I have progressed quickly with my courses and grading. If anyone is thinking about practising martial arts of any kind or is simply interested in the spiritual side and the philosophy of Ki then an introduction to Jujutsu with Sensei Max will definitely open the door to many paths.
Philip - Sho Dan (Architect)
I have been training for nearly 5 years under the supervision of Sensei Max and currently a brown belt , every class is still interesting as the first one... learning the clubs syllabus and also exploring many other different techniques, make it even more enjoyable Jujitsu has definitely improved my fitness, therefore power, endurance, balance and coordination... and if you are looking for some real effective self-defence techniques, well you've found it. Oss!!
Daniel - 1st Kyu (F&B Manager)
I have been studying Jujitsu under Sensei Max instruction for +six years. Having sampled a variety of martial arts, I found Jujitsu to be a complete and versatile martial art that incorporates a lot of the throws and leverage of Judo, nerve and attacker momentum of Aikido, and striking and kicking of Karate however it is not restricted to these disciplines. Sensei Max is very good at finding a balance in his classes to ensure that irrespective of your martial art knowledge or physical abilities you will all be challenged in a positive progressive way. Sensei promotes an environment of mutual respect and care for your fellow student, ensuring a relatively safe and comfortable, yet physically demanding class.
Nick - Ni Dan (IT Consultant)
I’ve been training at this particular Dojo for three years and feel the training style to be one of the best I have experienced. It stays true to it’s Japanese roots, while at the same time looking for new and modern ways to solve the age old problem of defending yourself against an attacker. Jujitsu does not require size or strength to defeat an attacker and the individual techniques can be tailored to suit every individual, which explains the variety of people who train here. I have now moved out of the local area, but still continue to train with Senseis, which is a testament to the teaching style and variety of techniques available.
Daniel - 1st Kyu (Recruitment Consultant)