UK Taiho Jutsu
Taiho Jutsu is a Japanese Arresting Martial Art, previously taught exclusively to the Japanese Police before it was introduced in the United Kingdom in 1973. Taiho Jutsu has developed into an effective and comprehensive form of self defence.
The UK Taiho Jutsu Association is a National Association for the development of Taiho Jutsu in the UK, which is run by Andy McCormack (7th Dan). It also has very strong links and promotes Taiho Jutsu with European Taiho Jutsu Associations.
It is with regret that I have to announce the death of Sensei Brian Eustace 10th Dan on Tuesday 03.07.2012
Sensei Eustace was the man responsible for bringing the art of Taiho Jutsu from Japan to the United Kingdom. He was personally responsible for the safety of police officers through the introduction of a national programme of training for the police service.
His knowledge and skills within the art will be greatly missed.
Sensei Andy McCormack
The funeral arrangements
Thursday 19th July - 12 Noon
Mid Warwickshire Crematorium
Brian's family have asked that people do not send flowers but if anyone would like to make a donation in place of flowers they could do so to any of the following charities:
The British Heart Foundation
After the funeral, there will be a wake at Brian's local pub near his dojo - the Bell in Shottery.
Sensei McCormack receives his 7th Dan
On 28th May 2011 Sensei McCormack received his 7th Dan (shichidan) in Taiho Jutsu at the International Seminar - World Street Combat Systems Organisation (WSCSO).
Association formally launches on 1st July 2011 - New clubs and members joining!! - We are pleased to announce that we have had a very positive response to our formal launch and welcome those clubs and members that have already joined us (see the Clubs/Links page). We look forward to welcoming others in the near future - watch out for more developments.