Training Sessions are based at:
Monday - Harlow 7:15pm to 8:15pm - £5.00 per lesson (From Monday 6th February 2017 - 6:15pm to 7:15pm- £5.00 per lesson)
Tuesday - Harlow 6:15pm to 7:15pm- £5.00 per lesson
Mark Hall Sports Centre
London Road, Harlow, Essex, CM17 9LR
Just behind Mark Hall School.
Friday - Ongar
7:00pm to 8:00pm - £5.00 per lesson
Ongar Leisure Centre The Gables, Fyfield Road, Ongar Essex, CM5 0GA
Just off the A414 Four Wantz Roundabout (opposite Smiths Restaurant).
The Juniors Club has specific training for those who wish to compete.
The first training session of each month (Monday, Tuesday & Friday)is Groundfighting practice & competition, and the last session of each month (Monday, Tuesday & Friday) is Sparring practice and competition.
Those who are not interested in competing will train the Jikishin Junior Syllabus.
UKMA(GB) Child Protection Policy
For Terms and Prices
Hando Jikishin Junior Ju Jitsu Clubs have been running since 1979 and have built a solid reputation for the quality of training and the discipline of the students.
In order to progress a student must show regular attendance, train diligently and perform the techniques taught in a safe and controlled manner.
A progress sheet is issued to each student in order to keep a record of their achievement in each belt - it is the responsibility of the student to look after and ensure that they bring their record sheets to club.
Located in Essex at Harlow and Ongar, the clubs appeal to a wide range of young people from 5 to 16 years old. The club is open throughout the school holidays.
Hando Mini Warriors
The Mini Warriors class is designed for children from 4 years to 7 years old.
The Hando Warriors class is for older children, from 6 years to 16 years old - either those who have come through the Mini Warriors system, or are just beginning Ju Jitsu. The Friday class at Ongar Leisure Centre combines the Mini-Warriors & Warriors classes.
Hando Junior Competition Club
For those young people who wish to compete, Hando Ju Jitsu Clubs have regular training sessions covering Sparring, Groundfighting, Open Hand & Weapons Kata
The clubs are run on the basis that all children training must act sensibly and be and very self disciplined, this has a carry over into everyday life. Our students of Ju Jitsu are generally more self confident, and have a better attitude to life, than those children who do not train, we impress upon the children that Ju Jitsu training is a privilege, and that they must show respect to their instructors, other children training, and to anyone who visits the Dojo (training place), including parents.
Initially the only clothing required is a pair of jogging bottoms or a leotard, and a T-shirt.
Under the United Kingdom Martial Arts Governing Body (UKMAGB) the club has a full Child Protection Policy. All instructors are trained, hold First Aid certification, and hold Public and Personal Liability Insurance, and enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Clearance (DBS - Disclosure & Barring Service) the safety of our students is always the first priority.