Iaido is Japanese Swordsmanship. It's a martial art form that began as an off-shoot of kenjutsu, and it was developed as a defensive method to counter surprise attacks and enemy raids in fifteenth and sixteenth century Japan. The purpose of iaido was to slay an opponent with one stroke of the sword immediately after unsheathing it. In order to create such a defense system, situations and circumstances of surprise attacks were studied to devise a systematized way to use the sword effectively against many forms of attack.

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Nihon Jujutsu is a modern Japanese system of self-defense, fitness, and personal development. It's based on techniques found in both ancient and modern Japanese styles of combat. It is an exceptional example of the true Japanese budo experience that can be found at JMAC!

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Judo means "the way of adaptibility." It was founded by Jirogo Kano, who based it on techniques from Tenjin Shinyo-ryu, Kito-ryu, and Yoshin-ryu styles of Jujutsu. Judo helps you capture the true Japanese budo experience by not only getting you in extraordinary physical condition, but also getting you used to fast paced, challenging techniques and making you tough! It's great for men, women, and kids.

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Karate means "empty hand." The name refers to the fact that many of its techniques are done without weapons. At JMAC, we teach a basic form of karate to kids. It's a great way to help develop their coordination, mental focus, and ability to work alongside others. Your child will love the upbeat atmosphere, the energy, and the games, but he or she will secretly be learning a lot while having tons of fun.

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