Temple Of Nemesis Ju-Jitsu

Temple Of Nemesis Ju-Jitsu

5.0 (3)
6 employees
10 years in business

About this pro

Nemsis Ju-Jitsu teaches us principles and ethics that we carry into our everyday life. Allowing us to always stay on task. NJJ helps the individual to learn focus and discipline.

IeI the benefits a building bonds of true friendship through rigorous training and good sportsmanship. Training in Ju-jitsu always me as an individual to learn more about my own abilities and understand that I can over come obstacles as long as I have faith in myself and in my training. And this is what I teach to my students.

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Brooklyn, NY 11213
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Thaddeus Romero (Karasu)

    It's a great art!! Been training in it for 20+ years. They have great teachers and great instructors that will take their time to help you with techniques. And they are very well rounded.

  • Kendu

    I like the way the teacher breaks down every thing to you so u don’t have to go home and go crazy because you don’t know what your doing he makes sure u get it no one is left behind

  • Ronald Napier

    The focus on efficient and effective martial technique.



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When first coming into Nemesis jiu jitsu we give you a basic rundown of what are style expect from each student. We also asked you for a physical makeup of your physical abilities and disabilities, in order to help us maintain safety measures are taken on your behalf to our best efforts. We then go into a detailed workout plan of how you will become stronger physically and mentally become more self-aware and self-confident. We will educate you in our drill and fight patterns so that way you will get an understanding of how the style can continually progress.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have been training in this particular style for over 30 years with 25 years of teaching experience behind me. I have also been training in sports medicine, and rehabilitative measures to keep the body limber and safe so as to keep on going and safe practice. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

The class has three standard payments, month to month, quarterly or biannually. We discuss what pricing plan would best suit each person and their individual needs as we do the sign on process. We also talked about all fees and what they pertain to. That way there is no misunderstanding about pricing.


How did you get started teaching?

I began studying the martial arts at the age of two under my godfather. Who then introduced me to my current martial arts teachers at the age of 8 years old. And I have been practicing with the same teachers ever since. A joy that I have never regretted and have always thank my godfather for every year!


What types of students have you worked with?

I worked with students who have hadI hav physical and mental handicaps, from ADHD, ADD, bipolarism, I have also worked with battered and abused partners, people who have been bullied, and victims of Rape. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

We just held a woman's perception awareness seminar where we show techniques to women to teach them how to pay attention while walking the streets. And the reaction we've got from these easy-to-understand methods was inspiring. When you are able to educate a person on simple tactics and techniques that allows their minds to go beyond the capability that they perceivpe themselves to have, it is very gratifying. Knowing you have potentially helped them save themselves, this is what it's all about! This is why I teach.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Talk to the Teacher/Instructor and ask as many questions as you can think of. Do the research into the style you want to study and make sure the person you are coming to is qualified for the job! Remember this is your life we are talking about, nobody is more important than you! 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Are you physically capable of handling the style that you chose? Are you mentally ready to handle the discipline that comes with the responsibility of practicing the martial art? Are you ready to commit a portion of your life to learning and perfecting the techniques with in this style? Can you financially afford it?