At Unlimited we love working with kids and encourage them to join our classes, it’s not just about learning self-dense, it’s about learning valuable life skills; CHARACTER~(perfection of character), SINCERITY~(Be sincere), EFFORT~(Put maximum effort into everything you do), ETIQUETTE~(Respect the rules of etiquette), SELF CONTROL~(Develop self-control) all whilst making great friends and having loads of fun at the same time.
If you too are looking for a fun form of exercise that always keeps you on your toes – and teaches you self-defense then at Unlimited we assure you that we will hit the spot.
We work with you and whilst teaching you exciting and powerful techniques that help you get in shape really fast, whilst burning up those calories. Our classes are designed in such a way, that no matter what level you are at you will be with like-minded people and have fun together and forge new friends and a new found respect for yourself.
THE AIM OF KARATE:
The ultimate aim of the art of Karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the character of its participants. (Gichin Funakoshi)
THE SOUTH AFRICAN JKA KARATE ASSOCIATION CREED:
We aim to foster the fundamental principles of Justice, Equality, Human Rights, Human Dignity, Unity, Freedom, Trust, Development, Transformation, Excellence, regardless of Race, Colour, Sex, Religion, Creed, or Social or Economic Status.
DOJO – KUN THE FIVE MAXIMS:
[Hitotsu] Jinkaku kansei ni tsutomuru koto CHARACTER
[One Thing, First] Seek perfection of character.
[Hitotsu] Makoto no michi o mamoru koto. SINCERETY
[One Thing, First] Be sincere.
[Hitotsu] Doryoku no seishin o yashinau koto. EFFORT
[One Thing, First] Put maximum effort into everything you do.
[Hitotsu] Reigi o omonzuru koto. ETIQUETTE
[One Thing, First] Respect the rules of etiquette.
[Hitotsu] Kekki no yuu o imashimuru koto. SELF CONTROL
[One Thing, First] Develop self-control.
DOJO – KUN THE FIVE MAXIMS: Audio
2018 THE OFFICIAL START OF OUR JIU-JITSU JOURNEY
Karate & Jiu-Jitsu Unlimited focuses on the Practitioner as a person, practitioners are taught how to identify aggressors, assess possible dangerous situations and most of all how to gain the internal control to defeat the fear that is associated with not only physical attacks, but psychological attacks as well.