judo for FAMILY

AGE 4 - 12

JUDON'T WANNA MISS OUT ON THE FUN WE HAVE ROLLING AND THROWING!

Character Building

Physical Development 

At Dojo Singapore, children will strengthen their body muscles and build a healthy frame. With physical activity a main component of this sport, your child can expend energy in a fruitful manner while learning the art.

Besides enhancing physical performance, Judo also moulds character in a child. Respect and discipline will also be imparted as this sport is pinned with a strict code of conduct while it also seeks to augment good sportsmanship and intellect through friendly matches.

Brain Development

class program

Our Tod’s program is designed to jump-start your child’s confidence and gross-motor skills! Our emphasis is in having the kids enjoy judo through plenty of games. These games are targeted to improve physical strength, reaction speed as well as motor skills. They will also learn to overcome challenges, interact with other children and keep a positive attitude!

Duration - 60 mins 

Schedule for Family Judo class

  • Sun    10.45 am 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

SIMON ETHEREDGE

(father of 2 kids)

I have two sons aged 4 and 7 learning the art of Judo at The Dojo in Katong. Both boys enjoy Judo tremendously and attend between 2-4 classes a week. They are also very active in other sports such as Rugby and Gymnastics. 


As a parent, I have found the discipline, respect, diligence, and perseverance involved in the teaching and learning of Judo to be excellent and transfers over to other aspects In life. My sons are learning to become strong in the mind and the body as they become more athletic, agile, flexible and confident through the physical aspects of Judo. 
As a rugby coach and rugby player myself I highly recommend the art of Judo to everyone! It will transform you.

CHENG BOON

(father of 3 kids)

I have three kids ages 10,9,7 and all of them had a great time over their weekends at The Dojo. Being a Judoka myself, it was nice to see that the class size was not too big (averaging 10 kids at the class we attended) allowing Tan Yi to spend 100% of the lesson time with my kids even as a more advanced class was in progress with other coaches. I think the kids could feel the attention and as a result, even my youngest son who tends to have difficulty concentrating could focus well. Hope you guys keep up the good work!

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