Home-Safe Online Danzan Ryu Classes
Home-safe: Class activities can be done in a home environment safely, without mats, without a live partner, and within limited space.
Online: Participants interact from separated locations, with the use of common technology.
Sanctioned: Presented by the AJJF, conforms to policy, and counts as a mat activity for black belt examination requirements.
Read below for information related to home-safe online classes. Some areas of this page are still under development. Check back later for new information.
What are online Danzan Ryu classes?
An AJJF online Danzan Ryu class is a short class series on a specific topic taught by an AJJF instructor to AJJF members.
Short class series: A weekly one-hour class with one to four sessions.
Specific topic: Any of the wide range of Danzan Ryu martial arts and healing arts topics. These include joint locking, throws, ground work, weapon defense, massage and more.
Master Instructors: The AJJF is fortunate to have a large cadre of master instructors – Professors and Senior Instructors. Each has decades of experience teaching the obvious actions and the subtle features of Danzan Ryu. AJJF online Danzan Ryu classes are taught by Professors and Senior Instructors skilled in teaching online.
Participants: AJJF members may sign up to attend online classes. Some classes are open to beginners and new members. Some classes have rank requirements. Some classes require sensei or instructor permission.
Price per class series: Sliding scale: $25 regular rate, $5 discount rate.
Mat activity: Completion of a course counts as a class activity for AJJF black belt examination requirements.
Who can take online Danzan Ryu classes?
AJJF online Danzan Ryu classes are open to all AJJF members.
Some classes are open to beginners and new members. Some classes have rank requirements. Some classes require sensei or instructor permission.
The AJJF has a long tradition of direct sensei-to-student, hand-to-hand sharing of Danzan Ryu Jujitsu. The primary channel of Danzan Ryu learning is within a martial arts dojo, led by a Danzan Ryu school head, with a group of dedicated martial arts students.
AJJF online Danzan Ryu classes are intended to provide an extra channel for learning. They are in no way intended to supplant or displace the role of Danzan Ryu school heads.
How do I sign up to take an online Danzan Ryu class?
If you are currently a student at an AJJF dojo, please check with your sensei for permission to take AJJF online Danzan Ryu classes.
We hope to have a class catalog available soon. Check back here to link to the class catalog and registration form.
You must be a current AJJF member to sign up for AJJF online Danzan Ryu classes. To join or to renew your AJJF membership, go to the Registrations and Renewals page.
How do I sign up to teach an online Danzan Ryu class?
AJJF Professors and Senior Instructors can submit proposals to teach online Danzan Ryu classes.
- Link here to register for a Train-the-Trainer workshop.
- Link here to submit an Online Danzan Ryu Class Proposal form.
Class proposals are due six to eight weeks prior to the start of the month in which the class will be offered.
For helpful information, link here to the Instructor Guide to Home-Safe Online Sanctioned Events
Questions? Need Help?
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. That will connect you with a group of individuals within the AJJF who have the talent and expertise to help with a variety of topics associated with online Danzan Ryu classes.