BLACK BELT SUCCESS FOR BALLYMONEY JU-JITSU CLUB

Rodney Moody and Kathy Brennan are pictured with Ballymoney Ju-Jitsu Club coach, Sensei Peter Kernohan, 3rd Dan.

Rodney Moody and Kathy Brennan are pictured with Ballymoney Ju-Jitsu Club coach, Sensei Peter Kernohan, 3rd Dan.

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A huge congratulations to Rodney Moody and Kathy Brennan who achieved their black belts on Saturday 31st May at The Dojo Ballymena (headquarters).

Ju-Jitsu has many benefits aside being a very useful and effective martial art, such as gaining fitness, friendship, learning self defence and building self esteem.

At our club children can start from the age of 5 years old where they can progress their basic motor skills. Ju-Jitsu can help children grow socially, emotionally and physically and it can help them grow towards positive development and have good relationships with others, also progressing through the belts gives a real sense of achievement.

Our sports programme not only focuses on the technical sports skill it also focuses on the development of the individual where the aim in Ju-Jitsu is to grow a persons body and mind for the good.

Our club runs on Friday evenings from The Joey Dunlop Leisure Centre, 7pm-8pm for children age 5-14 and adult classes from 8pm-9.30pm and we offer a free trial class for beginners. World Ju-Jitsu Federation Ireland are officially recognised by Sport N.I who are the leading public body for the development of sport.