Ron Ramadge has over forty five years’ experience in martial arts and has been teaching Ju Jitsu since 1975. Ron is the principle instructor at Anshin Ryu Ju Jitsu which operates within the PPCYC Youth Club hall in the northern suburb of Reservoir in Melbourne. The Dojo was first opened in 1954 and has remained in the same building for the past 64 years.
Ron started training in martial arts at 9 years of age and over the years has also studied a range of arts such as Judo, Karate, Kendo, Western Fencing, Archery all of which have contributed to the way he teaches Ju Jitsu.
Ron Ramadge is a member of the “Dai Nippon Butoku Kai” which is based in Kyoto Japan, a qualified trainer holding a “Certificate 4 in Training and Assessment, Certificate IV in Fitness, Certificate II in First Aid” and he applies these qualifications in the Dojo to ensure that the training is consistent, reliable and suitable to people of all ages and ability.
Information on the style:
Anshin Ryu Ju Jitsu is a no nonsense street wise and effective form of self-defence with hundreds of techniques contained within the system. The techniques utilises a combination of hard and soft moves to ultimately turn the opponent’s strength against them and allow the defender to subdue the opponent.
The style incorporates throws, locks, strangles, arm, wrist, leg and finger locks, pressure points, striking techniques, weapons, weapons defence and break falls to form a very strong and street wise self defence system.
Students practice the techniques under the strict supervision of fully trained instructors to ensure both safety and correctness of technique and the classes cater for students from 5 years old to adults.
Ron Ramadge is a long-time supporter of the Fight for Life seminars and a current member of the Fight for Life committee.