Tien Tae Jitsu offers many events for our students and school families. Check this page to find out about previous events we have held, and for upcoming school functions and other school related information.
We will also be posting News Bulletins or pertinent information regarding the school, it's students, it's instructors, and Master Johnson.
Bring a Friend to Class Week 9/20/14 (9:30 AM - 10:30 AM)
Sat Sept 20th through Thurs Sept 25th is "Bring a Friend to Class" , culminating in our fun "Back to School" Party Friday September 26th!
Bring your friend, neighbor, co-worker or family member to class FREE for the day!
This week we will be sharing some super cool self defense skills.
We want our students to have fun, and have the opportunity to share their knowledge and excitement for TTJ. Our school is so much more than a place where people learn to punch and kick. A large part of what we do is developing self confidence and leadership skills, and hopefully some long-lasting friendships! We would like to invite kids, teens and adults to try a FREE class or come in and take a tour of our school.
All Ages (6+ through adult):
Mon. and Wed. 6:30 pm
Tues. and Thur. 5:30 pm
Sat. 9:30 am
Kids only class 4:30 pm on Wed
See you soon!
TTJ Back to School Party and Movie Extravaganza 9/26/14 (6:30 PM - 9:00 PM)
Open to TTJ students, family, and friends (guest 6 years and above unless parent present).
Lots of fun games and viewing of an action movie montage!
Why are we celebrating Back to School?
We are celebrating our students' opportunity to learn and grow. Many children around the world do not have access to education. The United States once had generations of uneducated people with limited prospects for their futures because of a lack of education. We encourage our students to embrace education and to challenge themselves to be the best student they can possibly be.
PAST EVENTS 7/1/10 (9:00 AM - 6:00 PM)
Below is a list of past select events as an example of other activities we conduct at our school.
Young Womens' "Off to College" Self Defense 8/9/11 (7:00 PM - 8:30 PM)
Do you know of a young woman heading off to college? The statistics for sexual assaults on college campuses and at college parties are shocking. What’s even more shocking is that these crimes are often not reported. This 90-minute seminar will deal specifically with the reality of College Self Defense:
Safety and awareness WHEN: Tuesday August 9th @ 7:00 pm or Saturday August 13th @ 9:00 am
No means no
How to handle potential threats or unwanted advances
WHERE: TTJ Studio, 8125 SW Nimbus Ave, Bldg 11, Parkside Business Center, (Hall & Nimbus – near Washington Square)
Pass the word - This is a FREE community service based event
Beginner Teens and Adults Self Defense Class 10/20/12 (12:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
This course teaches simple techniques that can easily be used by anyone placed in a self-defense situation.
Instructed by Master Eric Johnson and a team of qualified assistants, this is a “hands-on” class, giving all participants the opportunity to practice the techniques they are being taught.
Special rate of $50.00 - Each additional family member only $25!
“Refresher Course” only $25.
Home Defense Course 11/17/12 (12:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
Have you ever listened to an actual home invasion survivor tell the story of their ordeal?
Do you know what a layered home defense is?
Do you know what an improvised weapon is? Do you know what your best target is? have you ever rehearsed an actual Improvised weapon scenario?
Do you know what a safety zone is?
The criminal threat(s) have a plan of action...do you?
What: Home Defense Seminar
When: Sat. November 17th 12 noon to 4pm
Why: to feel more secure
Cost $50.00 per person $80.00 for couples (we recommend spouses attend together).
During the day of Friday April 6th, two men using fake police badges invaded a home in Lake Oswego while there were people inside. This could happen to your family too!
1 out 5 home experience some from of burglary or attempted break in. Bad things sometimes happen to good people. The number of home invasions has greatly increased over the last few years. There are several contributing factors but one of the things we teach is WHY? matter very little compared to what to do about it. On Saturday November 17th we will be offering our 4 hour Home Invasion Seminar. The seminar is from noon to 4pm so you can still sleep in and you can still plan an evening out.
Gun owners. Is your plan to shoot first and ask questions later? Your gun is only effective if it's in your hand, loaded, a round chambered, safety off and pointed at the threat. Do you have the will to pull the trigger? Do you know how to clear a room and use choke points?
TTJ Schedule May 20 - June 1 5/13/13 (9:00 AM - 6:00 PM)
During the weeks of 5/20 & 5/27, Master Johnson will be taking a much needed vacation but don't worry - the school will still offer classes. Our modified schedule is as follows::
Mon 5/20: Open
Tues 5/21: Closed
Wed 5/22: Open
Thu 5/23: Closed
Fri 5/24: Open
Sat 5/25 - Mon 5/27: Closed for Memorial Day weekend
Tue 5/28: Open
Wed 5/29: Closed
Thu 5/30 - Sat 6/1: Open (no kickboxing Friday 5/31)
Have a fun and safe Memorial Day weekend everyone! Keep practicing!
CLOSED Thursday and Friday Due to Snow 2/7/14 (4:00 PM - 9:00 PM)
Check our Facebook page for updates regarding Saturday morning classes.
Tien Tae Jitsu Open House 5/4/14 (1:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
Special guest appearance by Kung Fu Panda 1:00 pm and 1:30 pm
What: Tien Tae Jitsu Open House Free classes, demonstrations, and prizes
When: Sunday May 4th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
1:00 pm Little Dragons class Where: 8125 SW Nimbus Ave. Beaverton, Oregon
1:30 pm Bullies and Bad Guys self defense training for kids
2:00 pm Women’s Self Defense, safety and awareness
2:30 pm T’ai Chi class, T’ai Chi Ch’uan Demonstration
3:00 pm Kick Boxing class
3:30 pm TTJ Demo and free TTJ Class
Why: Celebrating our 20 year anniversary
We will be accepting donations for Transition Projects. Transition Projects serves homeless single adults throughout the metropolitan area. The agency is a catalyst for helping people end their homelessness.
Wish List Hygiene products (any size; unused)
• Shaving cream
• Feminine hygiene products
Linens (gently used is fine)
• Twin-sized sheets
Clothing (for adults; gently used is fine)
• Clothing (seasonal, to the extent possible)
• Underwear and socks
• Shoe strings
Books and Other
• New or gently used small toys (including coloring books and crayons, stuffed animals, and other small items that can be used to comfort children)
• Novels, nonfiction, and general interest books
• Flash drives (for clients to keep their resumes on, as many computers no longer have floppy disk drives.)
• Toilet paper
to get more information about any of these upcoming events or if you wish to add an item to our schedule.