jitsu


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Related to jitsu: ninjutsu, Fujitsu

jitsu

Used in treatments such as shiatsu, this word describes an over-activity in the flow of life energy as identified at tsubos.
References in periodicals archive ?
Jiu Jitsu fighters Meggie Ochoa, Apryl Eppinger, Marc Lim, Gian Dee and Annie Ramirez during their recent training camp in San Diego.
NORTHUMBRIA Jitsu are in seventh heaven after yet another of the club's homegrown stars claimed a coveted coaching qualification.
A North East Jiu Jitsu business has gained a host of new members after Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis promoted the business by tweeting about the company to his 500,000 online followers.
"On my street there were a lot of jiu jitsu fighters," said the world champion Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt, who goes by the nickname Comprido, a Portuguese word that means "long," a descriptor of his height.
A FORMER North Huddersfield Trust School pupil is the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu champion of Britain.
A Jiu Jitsu expert at Bangor University is the only woman in the world to hold a second-degree black belt in the Japanese discpline of the martial arts.
Brazilian jiu jitsu stars Milly Horkan, 15, Max Ashton, 13 and 11-year-old Alex Williams have all tasted success against some of the world's best young fighters over the last year.
Columbus, OH, March 13, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Spot Athletics is proud to announce that Vitor Oliveira has won the Houston Open Jiu Jitsu Tournament.
"I remember someone saying, 'Once you walk into a ring with someone who wants to rip your head off, life becomes so much simpler,'" said Stines, a lawyer and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner.
TONY Bebbington has been teaching traditional ju jitsu since 1997.
Elliott, a Brazilian jiu jitsu expert who is lead teacher at Andrew Sullivan's Eighth Wonder gym, believes there is plenty of untapped talent and the enthusiasm to help the sport develop.