American Judo and Jujitsu Federation Activities Schedule
This calendar lists all sanctioned AJJF events such as clinics and contests.
Upcoming Events › Clinics
Kodenkan Academy of Martial Arts is proud to be hosting a Danzan Ryu Jujitsu & Judo Clinic including classes of Jujitsu, Judo, Healing, and other martial arts. Black belt exams are Friday Feb 23, 10am to 5pm Adult Clinic: Friday Feb 23, 7-9pm, Saturday Feb 24, 9am to 5pm, Sunday Feb 25, 9am to noon Junior Clinic is Saturday, Feb 24, 9am to 10:30am Guest Instructors include: AJJF Professors Sheryl Hager, Kevin Colton, Troy Shehorn, Hilary Kaplowitz, Aikido Professor Maureen…Find out more »
SoRyuKan Dojo & Healing Arts is hosting a Problem Technique Workshop featuring Professor Tom Hill, Shichidan This clinic is meant to address problems we are having with arts within our DZR Curriculum. Come ready with techniques you would like to work on. If you have any questions please contact Sensei Jeremy Schoener at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610.914.6017Find out more »
The Osoku Wakasu is hosting a Freestyle Contest The time will be 7pm to 9pm A donation of $30 would be welcome. For more information about locations, please contact Sensei Travis Prose at 808.56.1943Find out more »
Santa Clarita Valley Jujitsu is happy to host the Twentieth Annual AJJF Southwest Region Convention in conjunction with The 25th Anniversary of SCVJ Proudly announces a weekend of Jujitsu Clinics featuring: Senior Professor Tom Ball Professor's Geoff Lane, Don Cross, Dennis Estes, Tom Hill, Robert Hodgkin, Kevin Colton, Hillary Kaplowitz and Sensei Filiberto Gutierrez Time: 9am to 5pm Saturday (with a break for lunch) and 9am to 3pm Sunday (ditto food) It is highly recommend you MAP this address if…Find out more »
Join the Osoku Wakasu Dojo and visiting Instructors Professor Ball and Professor Ryan (with more to be announced) for a three day retreat / clinic surrounded by a native ‘ohi’a forest and arboretum. At a 2000 foot elevation, this pristine State Park offers quiet isolation with a 0.7 mile loop hiking trail through a collection of rare and endangered palms and flora. Come and learn new techniques and refine old ones while enjoying the cool, fresh air of an Hawaiian forest. Ensuring personal attention, space…Find out more »