The Liikan Jitsu Club and the Kyusho Study Group (KSG),
Helsinki are a group of friendly and open minded people from a wide
spectrum of martial art styles, ages, cultural backgrounds various and
other recreational and professional interests and activities who get
together twice per week to practice Liikan Jitsu (Shorinjitsu++) and once a month to study and practice
in a spirit of mutual support and cooperation.
Liikan Jitsu is a self-defense, conflict intervention
and management for an all-round personal protection and security system.
Links to a more detailed profile and some references can be found in the
navigation menu at the top of this page. We are a registered Vantaa
club, under the name of Liikan Jitsu Club ry. We have been established
as an independent style and registered club in Finland since 1996
(formerly under the name of Oak Jitsu Seura ry).
We teach and train with both adults and children with
a specially adapted learning programme for our younger members, for both
their safety, and ours!
Fiendish Finglish Fun for all the Family!
In addition to many years of training and teaching
experience in Liikan Jitsu (Jiu Jitsu), our current Kyusho study group leaders also
have several years experience in the security industry as public order &
door supervisors (bouncers etc.) and guarding (retail & loss
prevention). Our training and teaching experience is extensive, since
1983. That's over 30 years of training and 25 years of teaching
experience with the foundation and teaching of 3 clubs since 1987, the
latest one being the Liikan Jitsu Club ry, founded in 1996 (formerly the
Oak Jitsu Club ry).
Instructor qualifications include a Higher Education Vocation Teacher
qualification (University level teaching and lecturing), the
IFPOCertified Protection Officer
NLP Master Practitioner certificate, an M.Sc in Security
and Risk Management and local Finnish state qualifications and work
experience as Järjestyksenvalvoja / portsari (public order / door
supervisors) and vartija (security guard / retail), with use of
force rights, including pepper spray, baton, TKP and hand-cuff permits.
Membership application forms (MAF) can be
downloaded from the meetup site under the 'more' tab [files],
in both English (EN) and Finnish (SF), along with training and
membership prices guides.
To save time and inconvenience, these (pdf forms) should be
printed out and the MAF completed ready for your first visit.
Although forms may be obtained at the club, they must be
properly completed and returned before you can participate in