Magwood's Martial Arts

Traditional Values - Modern Sensibilities
Jiu Jitsu - Kung Fu - Tai Chi - Karate - Self Defense

Welcome to Magwood's Martial Arts

Excellent Instruction in Traditional and Modern Martial Arts

Under the guidance of head instructor Sifu/Sensei Greg Magwood, Magwood's Martial Arts has been offering classes in traditional and modern martial arts since 1994.

It is the goal of Magwood's Martial Arts to deliver a high quality martial arts experience. Classes and seminars are available in a wide range of Martial Arts Styles and topics.  

Weekly classes in Kung Fu, Canadian Jiu Jitsu, Tai Chi Chuan and Chito Ryu Karate are offered at,


Peterborough Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Jiu Jistsu

Madoc Tai Chi and Internal Martial Arts,

Trenton Jiu Jitsu, Kung Fu and Karate

Marmora Jiu Jitsu Kung Fu and Karate


Seminars are available at one of our locations or at your preferred location.

Please feel free to explore our web site and contact us with any questions you may have. Hope to see you at a class or seminar soon.

all questions can be directed to: magwoodma@yahoo.ca

you can also visit our facebook group

Sensei/Sifu Magwood's Bio

This Is Magwood's Martial Arts

25th Anniversary Club Apparel


2019 marks the 25th year of Magwood's Martial Arts. To celebrate we are offering a limited run of 25th Anniversary Apparel.

T-Shirts and Hoodies available in 100% cotton and Canadian made bamboo too.

contact magwoodma@yahoo.ca for details and to order


Class Updates October

Stoneface Master Challenge!

The “stone face challenge.”is in full swing. Students are challenged to keep their composure during ever increasingly difficult challenges. It is a practice in concentration and patience and a bunch of fun too. We are looking to find this years “ Stone Face Masters” you will earn your title when you can take on the rest of class all at once with out loosing your head.


Winter Grading starts in November!

Mid Term Testing and Gradings, are a way for me to see how the class is progressing and to give the children a goal to train for. Most students will be testing for “stripe” a halfway mark to the next belt level. The grading will be conducted starting the week of November 18th-22nd. Each child is tested as an individual with age, ability and experience as primary considerations.