Terry Hall  7th Dan has been practising Martial Arts for  50 years


He started training in Judo whilst in the British Army in 1966 he entered many competitions and Grading's,taking his first grading in April 1967 in York.  He went on to learn unarmed combat whilst serving in the Middle East and taught unarmed combat in Germany and the UK before completing his Military service.

Terry took up Aikido in 1980 where he trained for a number of years in the West Country, before going to live in Portugal where he continued his martial arts with Ju-Jutsu - which is the style he practises today. Whilst living in Portugal he gained his Kickboxing coaching certificate and is now a 3rd Dan he organised International Summer courses and became a member of the Proteccion Civil and the Police Defence Technicians International - He helped to train the Spanish and Portuguese police in unarmed Combat techniques. 

On his return to the UK in 1996 he started teaching in the Leigh and Wigan area teaching for 3 years in Penson street Wigan before taking a permanent Dojo in Library Street Wigan.

During this time Terry was working with number of soccer and rugby clubs as a Sports Hypnotherapist -  in the evening he trained a large number of students to Black belt.

Terry moved to Hout Bay an area of Cape Town South Africa - where he continued to teach students including a number of South African Police officers in the evenings.

Terry continued to work as a hypnotherapist with a practice in Kenilworth Cape Town, continuing to work as a Sports Hypnotherapist working with a number of sports people in the Cape Town area.

Terry moved back to the UK in 2009 temporarily settling in Yeovil in the West Country where he taught Ju-Jutsu in the evening until moving to Telford.

He opened a club in Horsehay Village Hall until recently 

We have now moved this club to 1st Wrekin Scouts hut, Cyril Hayward Court Hadley - Just behind the Caravan Sales, now on Thursday evening see contacts for details

Terry's students have been numerous and range from schoolchildren to Doctors.