Gold Coast Dojo

Gold Coast Dojo

Bilambil Public Hall – Daito-ryu Dojo

Gold Coast Daito-Ryu

Gold Coast Daito-Ryu is a Shibu (branch dojo recognised by Takumakai Japan). Dojo members maintain martial art integrity through strong links to Japan and the Aiki Jujutsu shihan’s in Osaka. Gold Coast Daito-ryu has been established since 2005. Open classes are held at Bilambil Public Hall. Private sessions by invitation only, are held at instructor Grant Periott’s private dojo.

Please note with regard to daylight saving this Dojo operates on QLD time. Please check the website regularly for updates and contact our instructor Grant Periott to confirm your attendance. (Phone: 0414 180 449)

Monday 7pm – 9pm (QLD) – Yudansha advanced practice, invitation only – Terra Dojo
Tuesday 6pm – 8pm (QLD time) – Open Class – Bilambil Dojo
Thursday 6pm – 8pm (QLD time) – Open Class – Bilambil Dojo

Costs for Classes

Gold Coast Daito-ryu

Gold Coast Dokokai (Study Group) began late 2004 and was officially recognised by Japan in 2005. Gold Coast Study Group instructor Grant Periott is authorised by Takumakai Japan to facilitate the Gold Coast Study Group. Gold Coast Daito-ryu is a Shibu (branch dojo recognised by Takumakai Japan). Dojo members maintain martial art integrity through strong links to Japan and the Aiki Jujutsu shihan’s in Osaka.

Payment is a low fee payable on attendance of each class. Other costs include the Australian Jujutsu Association. There is also a small yearly contribution towards the clubs insurance. All instructors are volunteers who are practising and teaching for the love of the art not money.


Costs are as follows:

Cost per Class:
Seniors $10
Juniors $8

Annual Memberships (approx $45 in total):
Australian Ju Jitsu Association annual student $20
Martial Arts Insurance Contribution Approximately $10

Grading Costs (Payable on successful completion of grading):

Complete Takumakai Aiki Jujutsu Practice manual (available after first grading) $15
Japanese kyu grading recognition and hand made calligraphy certificate (exchange rate dependent) currently $50


Belts and Progression

On average it will take around six years (two sessions a week) to shodan (black belt), which in truth is only the beginning of learning. After shodan, a student is considered to have committed to the journey and in addition to a blackbelt is entitled to wear a hakama (traditional pants).

The best way to learn what this art is all about is to practice. Come along and have a go, first lesson free. Contact Grant Periott 0414 180 449

In Takumakai Daito-ryu there are only three coloured belts ; white (up to sankyu  the fourth grading), brown (nikyu and ikkyu, the fifth and sixth grading test respectively) and finally black (for all dan grade tests thereafter). Junior classes have different colored belts to seniors and maintain a similar belt system to Judo.


GOLD COAST DOJO
Phone:

Grant Periott (CPI): Mobile: 0414180449

Address:

Bilambil Public Hall – Daito-ryu Dojo


Training Times:

Tuesday & Thursday
6:00pm – 8:00pm
(QLD Time)



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