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GOSHIN-RYU JU JUTSU http://members.shaw.ca/gojiujitsu/
What is Ju Jutsu ?
Jujutsu is the basis for many martial arts, including Judo, Karate and Aikido.
The essence of Jujutsu is the ability to move from one technique to another to defend yourself.
A traditional Japanese Martial Art derived of:
Kicking and punching,
Throwing,
Joint-locking,
Pressure point control
Ground defense

What is Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu ?
The style of Jujutsu and Karate taught is the Canadian system of Jujutsu , Can-Ryu founded by
Professor Georges Sylvain O-Sensei. Can-Ryu is taught as our Jujutsu foundation up to Shodan level. See the links for more information on Can-Ryu.

The Canadian System of Jiu-Jitsu is composed of six techniques:
Striking, Blocking, Throwing, Joint-Locking, Neck Restraint, and Ground Defense.

These techniques can be employed either alone or in combination with each other to:
A– escape from holds
B– defend against fist and kick attacks
C– defend against an armed assailant
D– control an assailant after he is subdued

The higher dan ranks practice traditional JuJutsu in combination with Can-Ryu:
Eishin Ryu Iai-Jutsu (Iaido); Atemi Waza Jutsu; Suntetsu Jutsu; Iai Batto Do; Yawara Jutsu as well
as several modern styles of weapons including Arnis.

New Class: Kids 4-7 Years Old, Karate Jutsu.
See Class Info and Schedule for more information! Member of the Kid-Safe Network

What is the difference between the martial arts?
TKD is kicking (sport)
Judo is throwing (sport)

Who can take Ju Jutsu classes?
Anyone! Size or sex does not matter.

What will I learn?
To defend yourself should you ever become the victim of an unprovoked and vicious physical assault.

How do I know if the Instructor is Certified?
Every instructor has an instructor you should be able to contact
the schools instructor and ask any questions about your instructor.

What do the Police think of Martial arts?
Our system is a Police based system it's founder and our instructors, instructor are Police Officers.

Are all Martial arts some form of self-defense?
No! In fact only a few limited ones are, Jujutsu is the main self-defense art.

What do you learn from basic self-defense?
How to escape an attack safely.

What do you learn from Ju Jutsu?
You will learn escapes, then takedowns, and the art of Jujutsu which is where the throws and
weapons come in.

Proud member of the Alberta Jiu-Jitsu Association
DOJO LOCATIONS

Calgary South Location
2000 Southland Drive SW
Class times:
Monday 6pm Weapons Class; Arnis & Escrima, Yawara, Key Chain, Suntetsu, Iaido
Friday 6pm Juniors & Adults cardio conditioning class + regular Ju Jutsu class
Sunday at 4pm Juniors (8-12 years old) / 5pm Adults (13+)
New Class Sunday 4pm kids Karate Jutsu (4-7 years old)
Advanced Classes for Brown and Black Belts


Price List:
Weapons Class only $90 for 3 months
Cardio conditioning + regular Ju Jutsu Class $90 for 3 months
Standard Ju Jutsu Class only $90 for 3 months

Regular Ju Jutsu Package + weapons (all of the above)
Month to Month debit $70 monthly; 3 months $195; 6 months $360; 1 year $600
Buy a one year membership and save up to $240 per year.
Group and Family discount rates!
Kids Karate Jutsu Class $90 for 3 month semester system
Women’s basic self-defense course $30 for 2 hour course
Key chain course $40 for 2 hour course (key chain included)
Call 403-601-5071
Kevin Sensei

High River Location
Highwood Village
Class times: Tuesday/Thursday 6:30pm
Call 403-601-5071
Kevin Sensei

Saskatchewan Location
Pense Dojo
Ray Martin Sensei
Ph: 306-345-2460 Email
Web: http://www.pensemartialartsandfitness.net/
Pense Dojo: Box 87 c/o Ray Martin

Yorkton Dojo
Mike Missal Sensei
Ph: 306-783-3217 Email
Web: http://www.pensemartialartsandfitness.net/
Kevin D. Lintott, Sensei

Yondan Can-Ryu(4th Degree Black Belt)



· Chief Instructor, Founder, and Author of all seven editions of the Goshin-Ryu curriculum and manual.

· Over 13 years experience in Ju Jutsu and has been instructing and testing students for the last 7 years.

· Has worked on the Door for over 10 years in Calgary.

· Holds Black Belt ranks in two styles of modern Jiu-Jitsu.

· Member of the Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu Association founded by my Instructor of Can-Ryu style Steven Hiscoe Shihan. (See links for his site!)

· Holds Diplomas for the level One & Two Black Belt Teacher Program under Professor Georges Sylvain O-Sensei Founder
Can-Ryu Jiu-Jitsu.

· Holds Teacher’s License for Can-Ryu System of Jiu-Jitsu Level Three Black Belt Teacher Program under
Professor Georges Sylvain O-Sensei Founder Can-Ryu Jiu-Jitsu.

· Member of the Canadian Jiu-Jitsu Union

· Ranked in and studying Arnis De Cadena & Balintawak Cuentada Eskrima under Guro Joel Huncar.

· Life member of All Japan Ju-Jitsu International Federation, Goshin style recognized by AJJIF.

· NSA Field Agent for Kid-Safe Network

· President and founding member of the Alberta Jiu-Jitsu Association (AJJA).

· PPCT Instructor (pressure point control tactics)

· ECT Instructor (escort control tactics ), including using the; Yawara stick, Persuader Key-Chain Holder, Suntetsu.

· Graded his 17th Black Belt in November 2004.

· Increasing demand for Sensei Kevin to teach seminars and hold demonstrations in both the martial arts and business communities throughout Southern Alberta.

· Has worked closely with Canadian Police departments, in both teaching and developing
Ju Jutsu at the civilian & police level.

· The curriculum is in compliance with the Criminal Code of Canada.





Sensei worked in the night club industry as head of both security and employee training. Sensei has been involved in many levels of private and public security, working for a Training and Consulting firm, which included body guarding celebrities that visited Calgary.

In 1998 Sensei started the Bar one security and control tactics program. This program operated for 3 years and was taught to several local doorman and security personnel.

Sensei has past experience in business management, and currently works as a health professional in Calgary which he has done for the past 10 years.
Ray Martin, Sensei
Sandan (3rd Degree Black Belt) in Shindo-Ryu Ju-Jitsu & Ketto Ryu Ju-Jitsu

Ray has been in Ju Jitsu for over 10 years. Has trained in several styles including Judo and Ju Jitsu as child. He has always been interested in the standup styles of the Japanese. He has always cross trained in boxing and Judo since both of these arts fit well with his Ju Jitsu training and teaching. He is one of Kevin Sensei ’s most senior students and brings great discipline and knowledge to the Goshin family.

· Head Instructor for All Programs at the Pense dojo in Saskatchewan.



Cliff Rempel, Sensei
Nidan (2nd Degree Black Belt) in Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu & Can-Ryu Jiu-Jitsu

Cliff has been in Ju Jutsu for over 5 years. Originally training in Abbotsford BC, he became Shihan Hiscoe’s student for a number of years, eventually going on to run his own Dojo. Since moving to Calgary he has become an AJJA Director and Kevin Sensei ’s training partner and assistant.

· Head Instructor for Adult Programs



Paul McCartan Sensei
Nidan (2nd Degree Black Belt) in Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu
Paul has been training in martial arts for over 10 years. Paul started in Traditional karate and kickboxing he also spent four years in judo. He started teaching martial arts in 1999 and started his own dojo in 2001 McCartan’s Goshin
Karate in Strathmore. In the beginning of 2004 Paul approached Sensei Kevin looking for a new JuJutsu instructor. Paul graded under Kevin Sensei in March of 2004 and started to teach Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu .

· Head Instructor Strathmore and founder of McCartan’s Goshin Karate. Associate instructor Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu .






Mike Missal Sensei
Nidan (2nd Degree Black Belt) in Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu
Mike is currently a 2nd degree black belt in Ju-Jitsu he started martial arts at the age of 7 in Karate. At 16 Mike started training under Ray Martin Sensei. He started his own dojo in Saskatoon in 1998, and soon after tested for Shodan. Mike has also trained in the mixed martial arts in the styles of kickboxing and submission grappling. In 2003 Mike returned to Regina and taught the adults class in the Pense dojo. Summer of 2004 Mike’s wife took a new job in Yorkton and Mike opened a dojo there. Mike has worked had with Ray Martin to develop the Shindo-Ryu curriculum.

· Head Instructor for All Programs at the Yorkton dojo in Saskatchewan.



Mariedke Dalman Sensei ,
Shodan (1st Degree Black Belt) in Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu

Mariedke is the head instructor for youth programs and teaches at both the Calgary dojo and High River dojo. She has done a considerable amount of work at both schools and has put in many hours perfecting her teaching skills. She helps run various demonstrations and has taught a number of basic self-defense courses. She is only the second female Black Belt in Goshin Ju Jutsu , and an AJJA director for her third year, currently serving as Vice President of the association. She received her Shodan (1st Degree Black Belt) in the Goshin-Ryu system from Steven W. Hiscoe Shihan and Kevin D. Lintott Sensei in June 2003.

· Head Instructor for Juniors and Kids Programs.



Malcolm Bale, Sensei
Shodan (1st Degree Black Belt) in Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu

Malcolm started his combative experience in 1982 with his local Amateur Boxing Club in Rugby, England. With several successful bouts to his name, he progressed into Karate in 1986 with ECKA (English Contact Karate Association) under the Instruction of Dev Barrett and Clive Tennant of Coventry, England. His first taste of Ju Jutsu was whilst serving in the British Army reserves with The 89th Signal Squadron, Warwickshire. The unarmed combat course was very much based on Ju Jutsu techniques and was enough to establish a major interest in the Art. After moving to Canada, Malcolm quickly became involved in Ju Jutsu under the instruction of Kevin D. Lintott Sensei. He received his Shodan (1st Degree Black Belt) in the Goshin-Ryu from Steven W. Hiscoe Shihan and Kevin D. Lintott Sensei in June 2003 and became an AJJA Director soon thereafter. Since moving to the Edmonton area, Malcolm has started his own dojo, “Alberta Self-Defense”.

Krista Thompson, Sensei
Shodan (1st Degree Black Belt) in Goshin-Ryu Ju Jutsu

Krista is a 1st Degree Black Belt in Ju-Jutsu, the head instructor of Goshin-Ryu’s Kids Programs, and Director of youth development for the Alberta Jiu-Jitsu Association (AJJA), a non-profit society and registered charitable organization.

She teaches at our Southland location and is one of our Self-Defense instructors. She has the distinction of being the third female Black Belt in Goshin Jiu-Jitsu and an AJJA Director for her second year.

· Head Instructor for Kids Programs.
The Nerve Pressure Point Control Tactics System was developed to help provide specific tactics that eliminate the need for peace and security officers to use excessive force in control of subjects. This is accomplished by the application of pressure to specific nerve groups in the body. It allows an officer regardless of size and strength to gain a high degree of control in close quarter confrontations with very little energy loss.



Mr. Bruce Siddle, the special coordinator for the Greater St. Louis Police Academy and Dr. James Cooper, the St. Louis Police Department Surgeon, developed the system in 1979.



There are three main application methods in the system:

· Surface Pressure

· Deep Pressure

· Striking Techniques



These three methods are used against 12 targets in the body. Seven for Nerve Motor Points and five for Nerve Pressure Points. In order for these methods to be effective, they are done in a macro concept, which means they do not have to be done with pinpoint accuracy to be effective. The Motor Targets are effective up to a 3” radius for the upper limbs and up to a 5” radius for the lower limbs. When a nerve motor point has been struck it has the potential of causing a motor dysfunction. This is temporary impairment or weakening of a muscle action, all muscle action is stimulated by nerve impulse.



All PPCT techniques have three components of acceptability needed to qualify as a state of the art defense tactic.

Tactically: effective, easy to learn, successful application by male or female.

Legally: techniques are most humane, practical and court defense on the force continuum.

Medically: only group of defense tactics that have been subject to medical research ensuring that the user is not only aware of how the techniques work but also why they work.

Basic Self-Defense Certification

· Basic Course, Intended for the lay person .

· Course length 1 to 1 1/2 hours.

· Employs escapes from common holds.

· Anyone can learn these techniques.



Advanced Self-Defense Certification

· Course length 2 hours.

· Must have Basic Self-Defense Certification.

· Employs take downs after escape from
common holds.



Women’s Basic Self-Defense Certification

· Basic Course, Intended for the lay person .

· Course length 1 to 1 1/2 hours

· Employs escapes from common holds.

· Anyone can learn these techniques.

· Taught by women instructors.



Our self-defense programs can be done at your office during lunch hour, great for team development.

Bar One, Door Person’s Course

· Course length 4– 6 hours

· Course employs Police PPCT, & escorts.

· All techniques are considered low on the use of force scale.

· Geared toward Bar staff.

· Learn team communications, positions.

· Team Escorts & Control.

· Removal of violent & non-violent patrons.

Program delivered in your establishment.

6th KYU ADULT’S
5th KYU ADULT’S

Marc Bouchard

Kyle Griffin

Meagan Hardie

Rebecca Hardie

Geoff Dyment

Mariedke Dalman

Krista Thompson

Chris Lobkowicz

Chris Huband

Matt Bailey

Megan MacCrimmon

Tim Yu

Bronson Wright

Courtney Sehn

Jenelle McKinney

Michelle Spier

Vanessa Welychka
Malcolm Bale

Trevor Creegan

Luis Calles

Wensley James

Keith Hill

Ken McInnis

Scott

Guy Lashmar

Jeremy Mcgee

Michael McGee

Michael Gregor

Mike Parmar

Joshua Dunsmuir

Tammie Lashmar

Keith Blundell

Mitch Bowden

Zane Fisher

Nigel Deans

Cyndia Phillips
Tamara Doige

Dustin Whitley

Eric Ditzler

Marivic Marquez

Pierre Chartrain

Simon Kirwin

Zephrym Monaghan

Julian Petrohilos

Alexander Kipp

Dean Beairsto

Trish Beairsto

Mathew Dahl

Joanna Anderson

Ben Simpson

Dan Vriend

Graham Allison

Dustin Andrews

Jordan Burnham
Kenan Enos

Elliot Ward

Guy Hummel

Serje Basi

Matthew Bradley

Michael Zukiwski

David Neufeld

Brendan Sawatsky

Patrick Haughian

Marc Bouchard

Kyle Griffin

Meagan Hardie

Rebecca Hardie

Geoff Dyment

Mariedke Dalman

Krista Thompson

Chris Lobkowicz

Chris Huband

Matt Bailey

Tim Yu

Bronson Wright

Luis Calles

Wensley James

Guy Lashmar


Jeremy Mcgee

Michael Mcgee

Mike Parmar

Joshua Dunsmuir

Tammie Lashmar

Keith Hill

Ken McInnis

Malcolm Bale

Trevor Creegan

Megan MacCrimmon

Keith Blundell

Dustin Whitley

Eric Ditzler

Nigel Deans

Cyndia Phillips

Tamara Doige

Marivic Marquez

Pierre Chartrain

Julian Petrohilos
Zephrym Monaghan

Patrick Larkin

Alexander Kipp

Dean Beairsto

Vanessa Welychka

Courtney Sehn

Mathew Dahl

Trish Beairsto

Joanna Anderson

Ben Simpson

Dan Vriend

Kenan Enos

Elliot Ward

Dustin Andrews

Jordan Burnham


Matthew Bradley

Serje Basi


4th KYU ADULT’S
3rd KYU ADULT’S
2nd KYU ADULT’S
1st KYU ADULT’S

Marc Bouchard

Kyle Griffin

Meagan Hardie

Rebecca Hardie

Geoff Dyment

Mariedke Dalman

Krista Thompson

Chris Lobkowicz

Luis Calles

Wensley James

Joanna Anderson

Dustin Andrews
Joshua Dunsmuir

Tammie Lashmar

Chris Huband

Matt Bailey

Malcolm Bale

Trevor Creegan

Tim Yu

Megan MacCrimmon

Vanessa Welychka

Keith Blundell

Jordan Burnham
Nigel Deans

Dustin Whitley

Zephrym Monaghan

Pierre Chartrain

Alexander Kipp

Dean Beairsto

Kenan Enos

Mathew Dahl

Elliot Ward

Ben Simpson
Marc Bouchard

Kyle Griffin

Meagan Hardie

Rebecca Hardie

Geoff Dyment

Mariedke Dalman

Krista Thompson

Nigel Deans

Dustin Whitley

Keith Blundell
Chris Lobkowicz

Andrew Neal

Greg Martin

Chris Huband

Matt Bailey

Malcolm Bale

Joshua Dunsmuir

Zephrym Monaghan

Dean Beairsto

Marc Bouchard

Kyle Griffin

Meagan Hardie

Rebecca Hardie

Geoff Dyment

Mariedke Dalman

Krista Thompson

Nigel Deans
Andrew Neal

Greg Martin

Chris Lobkowicz

Chris Huband

Matt Bailey

Malcolm Bale

Zephrym Monaghan
Marc Bouchard

Kyle Griffin

Meagan Hardie

Rebecca Hardie

Peter Larkin

Mariedke Dalman

Geoff Dyment

Krista Thompson

Malcolm Bale


Chris Huband

Matt Bailey

Zephrym Monaghan








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