Jeet Kune Do

Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do is not a fixed style; its a Concept & philosophy

Jeet Kune Do

Jeet Kune Do is Simply to Simplify – Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do is style of no style, it’s a concept and philosophy. Jeet Kune Do (the way of the intercepting fist) is the art of intercepting. Bruce Lee was way ahead of his time – cross training in different arts was unheard of in 1960s & 1970s, before MMA was even popular .

Jeet Kune Do is more of set of principles and training methods that encourage the student to develop your own fighting style. Bruce Lee studied Wing Chun for several years under Grandmaster IP MAN. After the famous fight with Wong Jack Man , Bruce believed that marial art styles had become too rigid and not realistic and that martial arts should evolve , and real fighting is unpredictable and spontaneous.

He taught that a good martial artist should ” be like water.” Bruce Lee researched various arts incorporating principles and training methods from other arts into the system Wing Chun , Fencing , Western Boxing. Bruce Lee never wanted to put a name to his art after much deliberation Jeet Kune Do was coined in 1967.

Jeet Kune Do has four guiding principles: -Simplicity -Economy of motion -Longest weapon to the nearest target -Always thinking of hitting Teaching the Art of Jeet Kune Do as it was taught to Sifu Jerry Poteet from its founder Bruce Lee … Member of JPJKD Association

Jerry Poteet Original Bruce Lee student, second student admitted to Bruce Lee’s Chinatown School in Los Angeles, CA. He was also selected to be in a “closed door” group of five students, who trained with Bruce Lee twice a week.

Known as the conscience of Jeet Kune Do. Jerry was hired as Fight choreographer for the movie Dragon The Bruce Lee Story, Jerry and also Fran trained Jason Scott Lee in Jeet Kune Do to prepare him in the role to play Bruce Lee , Sifu Jerry’s legacy is kept alive by protege Sifu Fran Poteet Joseph through the Jerry Poteet Jeet Kune Do Association. To learn more about Sifu Jerry poteet and Sifu Fran poteet Joseph and JPJKD Association Check out the website

Training Time’s

Private Lesson’s available through the day and at times to suit you Contact us for details.

  • First class session is Free
  • No joining fee
  • No contract
  • Pay as you Train options
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    (unlimited use to all classes)
• First class session is Free • No joining fee • No contract • Pay as you Train options • Monthly payment options (unlimited use to all classes)

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Jeet Kune Do




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Jeet Kune Do



Monday - 7.30pm - 9.30 pm  - Krav Maga

Tuesday - 7.30pm - 9.30pm - Jeet Kune Do

Wednesday -  7.30pm - 9.30pm - Kickboxing

Thursday - 7.30pm - 9.30pm - Jeet Kune Do

Friday -  5pm - 7pm - Kickboxing

Saturday - 10am - 12pm - Jeet Kune Do

Sunday - 10.00am - 12pm - Kickboxing