Enso, a Japanese word for circle, has also come to represent enlightenment, strength, and the universe as a whole. It is a symbol of Zen. The Kanji symbols used to represent the concept of Enso in writing can be loosely translated as “Circle of Togetherness.” The very act of creating an enso, traditionally brush painted on silk or rice paper, is regarded as a spiritual act within itself.
Martial Arts is a lifestyle that can make you fit, make you stronger physically and mentally. Let yourself fall in love with the joy of continuous learning, both as you continue to progress within the art, and as well as learn about yourself as you find and push through your own boundaries.
You are warmly welcome to join us at Enso Jiu Jitsu, whatever level you begin at. We pride ourselves in fostering a friendly, constructive community where students can be free to make friends, learn and grow stronger.
While if you choose to compete, we are more than happy to give you the guidance, training and push you need, this is far from mandatory. The majority of our students embrace martial arts as a supplement to their lives, to become more active and healthy, to have fun, to be a part of a positive community.
There is no better time than now to take the first step. We respectfully invite you to stop by and take advantage of our offer of free trial class with no obligations.
If you have any further questions, please contact us directly either through phone or text at 503-703-4691 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Jiu Jitsu expert, a footlock specialist. Always Great training with you."
Training at Enso has been invaluable for my grappling. The atmosphere is friendly, the space is clean, the lessons are practical and the competitive spirit is high within the gym. Keisuke Andrew is not just an elite level practitioner of Jiu Jitsu; he's a phenomenal instructor as well. I recommend Enso Jiu Jitsu to any experience level looking to improve their game.
My honest humble opinion about my experiences at the Enso training faculty is that the first thing that I felt was a comfortable environment not filled with egos and hostility... But the most important to me was the actual skill level and legitimacy of who teaches there... The instructors don't just talk a good game they can back it up on the mat ... I had a great time when rolling with instructors Keisuke and Toshi and had more than I could ask for... I outweighed them both by several pounds yet it didn't seem to matter... Thanks for the hospitality.