Contact: Ross Nicholls
"The jujutsu taught at Seishinkan is a modern style that has a fairly traditional flavour. The object of Seishinkan jujutsu is to preserve the mindset of the samurai while updating the techniques for contemporary society. Seishinkan jujutsu is originally based on Daito Ryu Jujutsu, and also has strong influences from Hapkido. The syllabus includes joint locks, throws, groundwork, pressure points, and strikes with hands and feet. Although a wide syllabus is practiced, the different aspects of the style are tightly bound together with a common theoretical approach. All Jujutsu instructors at Seishinkan dojos are required to be members of the New Zealand Jujutsu Federation"