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Ju Jitsu

Ju means “gentle, supple, flexible”

Jitsu means „art“ or „technique“ and represents manipulating the opponent‘s force against himself rather than confronting it with one‘s own force.

Japanese jujitsu systems typically emphasize more on throwing, pinning, and joint-locking techniques as well as striking techniques.

  • When

    Tuesdays, from 18.30 to 20.00

  • Where

    Lycée Belval sport hall, room P3.

    The sport room is located in the basement of the Lycée: you just need to go downstairs. Register and deregister at the reception of the Lycée.

  • Available places


  • Registration

    Registration is mandatory for each session via Affluences 7 days prior to the session.

  • Equipment

    Comfortable clothes, a Kimono can be provided afterwards upon request.

    Wear indoor sport shoes and bring some water.

  • Contact

    Léa Foubert –
    Giovanni Sportelli –

  • Languages of instruction

    Mainly French
    (some explanations could be given in an intermediate English)

  • Organised by

    Student Life