Sei Con Japanese Jiu Jitsu
What Is Jiu Jitsu?
Jiu Jitsu is the most practical of all the martial arts. Its primary focus is on highly-effective self-defense techniques, along with fitness, coordination, focus and respect. Students learn: lock-ups, takedowns, strikes and controls. No matter what your size, weight, height or age, Jiu Jitsu will help you learn to easily and effectively divert and deflect attacks.
*Improves strength, flexibility and fitness
*Improves reflexes, coordination and focus
Youth (ages 7 to 13) - Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Adult (ages 14 and up) - Tuesday and Thursday 7:00 - 8:30 pm
*We're registering new students on an ongoing basis - come out and join us!
**1st Month Free - No sign-up fees EVER - No commitments EVER. Give us a try. Start Today!!**
Adult (ages 18+) and Youth (ages 7 to 17) monthly memberships - ask for pricing.
Drop in fee available - for all ages, not paying monthly, with occasional attendance.
*In addition to the club membership fee, everyone is required to register annually with our governing body, the Ontario Jiu-Jitsu Association (OJA) - (Youth - $25, Adult - $30, Black Belt - $35 + tax).*
We're located at Youth Unlimited (YFC Lincoln)
4040 Victoria Ave, Vineland, ON
In the red barn-like building
*Park across the street at Twenty Valley Public School*
For more information, please contact David Honey:
Cell: (905) 380-3803
Shihan David Honey
Shihan Honey is a hachi dan (8th degree) black belt in the martial art of Jiu Jitsu. He has 48 years of martial arts training, and is chief instructor of Sei Con Jiu Jitsu -- the martial arts club that he founded in 1986. He is a permanent member of the World Martial Arts Hall of Fame, and has received the Canadian Jiu Jitsu Association's Black Belt of the Year award, as well as the World Martial Arts Hall of Fame's Instructor of the Year award. He conducts seminars and workshops for other martial arts clubs, as well as for organizations such as the O.P.P., Canada Customs, Canadian Military Police, FBI, RCMP and Ministry of Corrections.