Shuri Te Bu Jutsu

Evolution X Martial Arts was started on the basis of working multiple methods and principles of martial art to learn realistic, practical, and combative self-defense. In our EVX Combative Martial Arts program the various martial art styles are not separated but instead integrated into your entire training to learn effective self-defense. We combine skills of striking (punches, kicks, elbows, etc) and grappling (locks, throws, take-downs, chokes, etc) to create a well-rounded martial artist. This allows a practitioner to become versatile and able to adapt to multiple self-defense situations.

Shuri Te Bujutsu

Kyoshi Troy Price
www.shuritebujutsu.com

Our style of Ju-Jutsu/Bujutsu (science and skill of softness) is a complete martial arts system emphasizing entering, trapping, striking, joint locking, throwing/takedowns, grappling, choking, immobilizing, pressure points, vital-point striking methods, weapons and internal energy development. Shuri-Te Ju-Jutsu is an eclectic martial arts system, with strong influences from the training methods and fundamentals of Shuri-Ryu Karatedo (Ridgely Abele) and Shinto-Yoshin-Kai Ju-Jutsu (Dr.Steven Roensch). Many of the principles, techniques and theories were cultivated from several traditional martial arts systems from Okinawa, Japan, China and Indonesia. Some of these martial systems are Okinawa Kempo, Shorin-ryu, Goju-Ryu, Aikido, Hakko-Ryu, Judo, Baguazhang, Xingyiquan, Taijiquan, Kuntao and Silat.

Shuri-Te Ju-Jutsu is an officially recognized style of Ju-Jutsu by the United States Ju-Jitsu Federation which is the (NGB) National Governing Body for Ju-Jitsu in the United States of America. The original purpose and goal for the development of Shuri-Te Ju-Jutsu was a training method to support and aid the study of the 9-moving forces within Shuri-Ryu Karate kihon (see about). Now Shuri-Te Ju-Jutsu has developed and grown beyond its original purpose into a full and complete martial arts system. Shuri-Te Ju-Jutsu is now being practiced and taught throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and South America.