THE DOJO WARYU
GOOD MOOD AND SAFETY IN PRACTICE
COURSES ADAPTED TO YOUR LEVEL
DISCOVER JAPANESE CULTURE AND VALUES
Solid technical and philosophical bases
35 years of experience and passion
A team mobilized to welcome you all year round
A space of personal realization adapted to your desires.
Practice martial arts
You will find your balance
You will avoid the trap of giving up and giving up
You will awaken to another culture through Japanese values
A large choice of courses
To train according to your needs
Several times a week
In different places
SAFE AND FUN LEARNING FOR CHILDREN.
Respect for the environment and self, concentration and discipline are some skills that can help children at school, at home and in every day live. We help children thrive in a playful was adapted to their age.
STRENGTHENING BY MARTIAL ARTS.
Learning self-defense techniques, to give kicked or punched strengthen self-confidence, and is in a fitness program. You will discover a philosophy of life that will give you the strength to face the challenges, motivation, and to see the positive side of life.
CULTURE AND PHILOSOPHY
It is transmitted by the major Japanese martial arts moral values, part of the code of Bushido.
The great moral Japanese values of the Bushido code:
Olivier Valleret (Shihan 6th Dan) is the Co-founder of Dojo Waruy. 30 years of practice in martials arts such as Judo, Karate, Savate French Boxing, Aiki-jitsy, Ken-jutsu, Iai-do, Aikido. He is still training himself as often as he can. Specifically in Japan. Thanks to many years over the tatamis is is teaching approach is both efficient and pleasant. He gained this philosophy thanks to many years of practice but also by combining his passion with a French degree as a sports trainer. Besides, his current job as a driving teacher in Switsserland helps him every day to improve his skills in learnings . This way he can use it when he is training someone to the martial arts.
Soraya Valleret (Shihan 6th Dan) is a co-founders of Waryu Dojo. She begins the martials arts at 4 y.o and since then, she never stops practising her passion. She loves sharing her knowledge and experience with people. When she is not on a tatamis, Soraya is a physiologist. That gives her all the ability and skills to ensure her courses with children to be well adapted to their ages and developpement. The litttle trainees can flourish and express themselves with martial arts techic by respecting their bodies.