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Overview

    UTS Judo School Holiday Program is open to kids from absolute beginners to advanced judokas.
    No matter what their level, the practice of Judo will benefit them physically & mentally - in a fun, respectful environment.

    BENEFITS OF JUDO
    Mental:
    - Respect, Modestly, sincerity, friendship, honesty
    Physical:
    - Body control, coordination, balance, flexibility, strength

    Thinking of your child become an Olympian at Brisbane 2032? Now is the time to start training to become a Judo Olympian!

    Holidays Program Dates & Details
    When: Sat 7, 14, 21 Jan
    Time: 10:30am-11:30am
    Age Groups 4-7, 8-10, 11-14yo

    Price for all three Saturdays $80 (early bird $65 if booked by 31st December 2022 midnight)

Blackman Park, Lloyd Rees Dr, Lane Cove West NSW 2066, Australia

4 - 14 years old

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Accepts active kids vouchers

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Blackman Park, Lloyd Rees Dr, Lane Cove West NSW 2066, Australia

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UTS Judo

4.8 out of 5 (View 6 reviews)

At UTS Judo, we are not just about our judo matches. We strive to become so much more. We believe in ourselves, and more importantly we believe in our students and that through our efforts, we can help build a healthier, more responsible generation through the discipline of judo. We teach skills and values that you help you for years to come.


Training children in judo from a young age will help with discipline, schoolwork, their ability to apply themselves, respect for parents and teachers, and values that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.


The UTS Judo instructors are of international standing, being former National Team members, or having years of experience in different levels of competition.


KID’S CLASSES


Our kids’ judo classes are fun, exciting, and excellent training for all ages. Simply choose the judo class that’s right for your child’s age and ability.


★ AGES 5-6

In these beginner classes, we teach children how to fall safely, help them improve their balance, and develop contact awareness. We make the classes fun with activities from pillow fights to Big Ball Sumo and even easy crash mat battles.


★ AGES 7-8

At this age level, students will start to learn real judo skills, albeit still with a strong game element to engage the children. A high metric is put on safe falling and how to relax their bodies. This helps them prep for the more advanced classes where contact and falling will be much more common.


★ AGES 9-10

Now we start getting into teach the children real judo skills that they can use! A strong emphasis is put on throwing and groundwork techniques.


★ AGES 11-15

This is when we amp up our training – and our students love it! Building up strength at this age is important, as is training the mind to focus more clearly as so much else begins to happen to your body and mind.


UTS JUDO KIDS ACADEMY


As a parent, you want the best for your child. You want them to have strong visons of themselves and to interact well with the world around them. You don’t want their faces stuck in screens or playing video games all day and night!


That’s why judo has such a powerful impact on children. It gets them out into the world, away from their screens, and gets them to socialise. They build their bodies along with their minds and become better grown-ups in the future.


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5 out of 5

by Ainur M

Thank you for all the teachers! My son has learned a lots of things from this training. See you on next term!!

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by Carolina P

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by Yan K

Great classes and teachers. Good value for money too

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by Tony H

My son had an awesome experience, head coach Roman was very friendly and professional! Would recommend to give this place a trial as we've now signed up for the entire term!

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