Posted on April 22, 2013
Earlier this year Sensei Arnaud Esclangon conducted a Small Circle Jujitsu seminar in Paris to help spread the Small Circle Jujitsu style across Europe.
Arnaud had this to say…
Julien Guillouard from Paris invited me last week to introduce to his “Young Dragons” class some of the techniques we practice in Small Circle Jujitsu. They worked really hard at it and had a very good attitude, we all had a lot of fun and good laughs! Later I have been able to conduct the adult class. We went more into details of the 10 Principles to give them a concept approach of what Small Circle Jujitsu is about. We went into different techniques such as finger locks in order to emphasize on the Fulcrum, Lever and Base principle, then using strikes, arm traps and basic locks to focus on the smallest point possible principle, giving me the opportunity to talk about the Kyusho and Tuite Jitsu we use in Small Circle Jujitsu for a maximum efficiency. I would like to thank my Sensei, Prof. Leon Jay for his trust giving me this great opportunity to direct this seminar.
Small Circle Jujitsu Montpellier – France
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Small Circle Jujitsu, Montpellier
Small Circle Jujitsu is a precise and practical system that I often taught to my soldiers. What I like most about Small Circle is speed; soldiers in combat situations need to resolve an encounter quickly and Small Circle Jujitsu training fits that need.