History of Bushido: Part 3

The history of the Bushido Ju Jitsu Academy – Part 3 By David Brough Jujitsu continued in Liverpool after WWII with Jack Britten and Gerald Skyner continuing to run dojos. Another significant development was the formation of the British Ju Jitsu Association (BJJA) by James Blundell (1921-1989) in 1956. Blundell may have been a student of Benjamin Green (student of […]

History of Bushido: part 2

The history of the Bushido Ju Jitsu Academy – Part 2 By David Brough The students of Uyenishi would go on to establish the British Ju Jitsu Society (BJJS), potentially in 1924 with Percy Bickerdike as the first secretary. Unfortunately little exists of the BJJS today. However BJJA(GB) Chairman Martin Dixon did uncover BJJS documents dating from the mid-1920s. These […]

Prof Paul Geoghegan 9th Dan

A huge congratulations to Professor Paul Geoghegan 9th who was awarded the rank of professor by senior British Ju-jitsu association masters at the annual general meeting at the British championships. Sensei Geoghegan is the senior academy instructor who is still busy teaching every week at the Bushido headquarters in Ellesmere port was delighted by the hounor and will continue to […]

Little Dragon

A great start to our new class for our Little Dragons at Bushido Headquaters. Sensei Phil Rhodes heads up the class with assistant instructor Millie Collins. The juniors loved there time on the mat learning important skills such as balance, coordination’s, confidance as well as a build up a great foundation for awesome ju-jitsu skills. Well done team.   The […]

United Nations of Ju-jitsu in Gibraltar

A robust Bushido team attended the United Nations Ju-jitsu Championships in Gibraltar and came home with many medals. Competing on a world stage talent showed through. Travelling from around the country Team Bushido represented the British Ju-jitsu Association nation team at the event hosted by Gibraltar Ju-jitsu academy who is also a Bushido club. Sensei Anthony Joaquin 7th Dan planned […]