About Professor Leon Jay
Professor Wally Jay
Professor Leon Jay
Professor Leon Jay (9th Degree Black Belt) is currently the Grandmaster of Small Circle Jujitsu worldwide, the son of Wally and Bernice Jay, has been training in the martial arts for over 53 years, having begun at the age of two in his father's dojo.
Apart from the obvious advantage of a lifetime's training at the hands of Professor Wally Jay, Leon has had access to many teachers of exceptional talent and accomplishment, including: Prof. Remy Presas and Master George Dillman.
English wife, Sandra settled in Surrey in 1990, and he
immediately established the Small Circle Jujitsu Association, Europe
has concentrated upon seminar teaching within the U.K., Europe, America and Australasia, and on working on the integration of Small Circle JujitsuTM with the principles of Pressure Point fighting.
Small Circle JujitsuTM, and Leon's company, Jay Productions have made a major contribution to the seminar scene in the U.K., giving access to such teachers as
not only comes from a martial arts family of legendary skills, but one in which the Professor's belief, that all martial arts benefit from a free and open exchange of ideas and techniques, dominated.
Apart from a highly developed set of sophisticated teaching and technical principles, this is perhaps the single most identifiable feature of Small Circle JujitsuTM.
The Polynesian concept of Pohai, or a circle of friends, is what most informs the Jay family approach to the arts.
Leon Jay established the first Komaru Ryu (Small Circle JujitsuTM) clubs in Surrey, England in 1993.
Currently two home clubs are running in Leatherhead and Redhill, Surrey.
These clubs are teaching Small Circle JujitsuTM, Kyusho-Jitsu, weapons defence, pressure-point striking techniques and other aspects of realistic self-defence.
Professor Leon Jay,
Professor Leon Jay is currently the Grandmaster of Small Circle Jujitsu TM.
Professor Leon Jay has not only been featured in many of the British martial arts magazines over the years, but in 'Inside Kung Fu' (November, 1999 issue), one of the world's most prestigious martial publications.
More recently he
has been featured in Kung Fu QiGong, (July/August 2002 issue), www.kingfumagazine.com.
Reading the following endorsements of his
teaching may tell you why.
Professor Leon Jay's
well-attended seminars have for many changed the way they look at the arts...
"...Definitely it has changed the way I have felt about the arts.
I have been training for over 35 years' The influence that Professor Leon Jay and Dillman have had on my art has changed and improved it...
It has provided myself and my system a new and effective way to fight!"
Zendoryu Karate Association
Paul Bowman 6th Dan, Founder
"Professor Leon Jay has a true understanding of the relationship between the World of Kyusho-Jitsu and Small Circle Jujitsu..."
Master George Dillman, Kyusho-Jitsu, Tuite, Dillman Karate International
"Professor Leon Jay's Small Circle Jujitsu, seminars are amongst the best I've ever attended..."