Ninjutsu is an inclusive martial art club, open to all skill levels, from complete beginner to black belt. Everyone is given the opportunity to train together, regardless of skill-set, allowing everyone to improve and gain experience at their own pace. During our training sessions, we learn ancient Japanese techniques, both armed and unarmed, as well as more applicable self-defence techniques in a relaxed and non-competitive atmosphere. The techniques taught within Ninjutsu aim to develop body self-awareness and how to move your body for defence against confrontations.
If you’re interested in joining an inclusive and social martial arts club, Ninjutsu is the one for you!
Facts about UoB Ninjutsu
Every year, the club runs a week long training retreat in the countryside in Wales to get to know each other better and learn new interesting techniques.
How to get involved
Come along to one or both of our taster sessions to get a feel for the more relaxed martial art atmosphere. They will be on the Sunday (30/09/18) and the Tuesday (02/10/18) after the Sports Fair (26/09/18) at the respective times for those days (See: Training Times and Venues). Membership for the 2018/19 academic year will be £105 for students and £125 for non students. This covers term 1 and 2. Term 3 will be done on a pay as you go basis due to it being during exam season, with training usually being a lot less frequent.
Please note that on top of the club fee there is a £16 fee that covers personal accident insurance when training or competing for the University, access to free cross-training sessions such as circuits and yoga, as well as a contribution to the costs of affiliation to various national governing bodies. This fee is only payable once so if you did decide to join a second club then you would not need to pay a second fee.
Training times & venues
Tuesdays: 19:30 – 21:30
Sundays: 11:00 – 13:00
Dojo (Sport and Fitness, 2nd Floor)
Successes and Achievements
Ran a successful training retreat for a week in Wales, where we learned new techniques and had a great time together.
Fundraised over Â£120 for the club and Help For Heroes with a sponsored Tough Mudder run.
We host an annual Ninjutsu training retreat in which the club spends a week training and socialising, a fantastic way to get to know everyone and feel truly part of Ninjutsu family!
Head coach: Charlie Smith
Club captain: Rob Heymer