Our Classes

Kinder Judo

Suits children aged 3-5 years.

Classes focus on fun, movement-based activities that lead towards the judo fundamentals of break falling, judo hold-downs and throws. These activities aim to build gross motor skills, strengthen core muscles and acclimatise children to the structure of a judo class in readiness for the 6 – 9 year old Junior Judo sessions.

Parents are welcome to train with their children at ‘Family Friendly’ sessions held each Sunday. Conditions apply, please discuss with the club before you attend.

Junior Judo (6-9 Years)

Suits all levels from ages 6 upwards. This class focuses on fun-packed activities to develop fundamental skills, judo-specific techniques, break falls and social skills. Coaches work with students to develop the life values of fair play, respect, friendship, responsibility and knowledge.

Junior Judo (10+ Years)

Junior Judo classes 10 years and older build on the fundamental skills that have been taught in the 6-9 year Junior Judo classes. Classes are fun and action-packed, with children progressing onto more complex judo techniques as they become increasingly proficient in the sport.

Junior Judo (Competition)

For children who are interested in learning competitive judo techniques.

Parents are welcome to train with their children at ‘Family Friendly’ sessions held each Sunday. Conditions apply, please discuss with the club before you attend.

Beginner Teen and Senior Judo

Suitable for teenagers and adults, safety is paramount in this class. Students learn the essential basics of ukemi (break falls – front, side, back and rolling) to ensure they do not get injured whilst being thrown. Once ukemi has been mastered, they will progress to learning fundamental throwing techniques in addition to ground grappling techniques.

All Levels Class

The class is for students who are confident in their ukemi and are competent in the fundamental aspects of judo. Classes focus on refinement of technique, inclusive of combinations and counters. Free practice (randori) is emphasised to facilitate practical application of studied techniques.

Beginner friendly classes are open to people starting judo however the class is not specifically tailored at a beginner level.

Technical Development

The focus of this class is the deeper development of judo techniques, and their tactical application in a randori or competition setting.

Open Mat

Open mat sessions are for judoka wanting to focus on their own training outside of a class setting. Members can work on their own judo, kata or prepare for gradings and competitions. A coach is on-premises for assistance, but there is no structured teaching. Members are required to be independent in their own training.

Kata & Technical Grading

Kata and technical grading classes will be held prior to club and state Dan gradings.

Classes will focus on the correct technical aspects and presentation of techniques required to satisfy grading requirements.

BJJ x Judo

This class will mix BJJ and judo elements to strengthen your judo ground game and includes both gi and nogi judo.

It is also an excellent class for existing BJJ practitioners who want to sharpen their take down and transition game, working within the judo newaza rule set.

Ladies Only Judo

Learn and practice judo in a safe and supportive environment. This class will be led by our female coach Melissa Dennehy and will focus on training techniques and methods for women from all walks of life.

Suitable for beginners through to advanced competitive players, the class can be split to accommodate all levels and will be assisted our other fabulous coaches.

Class Timetable

Monday

    Tuesday

    • Ladies Only Class

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      Age 12+

    • Junior Judo

      -

      5-11 years

    • Senior Judo

      -

      All levels

    Wednesday

    • Teen Judo

      -

      Age 12+

    • Junior Judo

      -

      All levels

    • Senior Judo

      -

      Technical Development

    Thursday

    • Senior Judo

      -

      All levels (beginner friendly)

    • Junior Judo

      -

      Intermediate & above

    • BJJ x Judo

      -

    • Senior Judo

      -

      All levels

    • Teen & Senior Judo

      -

      Beginners only**

    Friday

    • Junior Judo

      -

      Intermediate & Above

    • Senior Judo

      -

      All levels

    • Teen & Senior Judo

      -

      Beginners only**

    Saturday

    • Junior Judo

      -

      Competition, 6+ years

    • Open Mat

      -

    • Senior Judo

      -

      All levels (beginner friendly)

    Sunday

    • Kinder Judo

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      3 - 5 years

    • Junior Judo

      -

      6 - 9 years

    • Junior Judo

      -

      10+ years.

    **Beginners only – adults and teenagers learning the fundamentals of judo.

    Monday

      Tuesday

      Wednesday

      • Teen Judo

        -

        Age 12+

      • Junior Judo

        -

        All levels

      • Senior Judo

        -

        Technical Development

      Thursday

      • Senior Judo

        -

        All levels (beginner friendly)

      • Junior Judo

        -

        Intermediate & above

      • BJJ x Judo

        -

      • Senior Judo

        -

        All levels

      • Teen & Senior Judo

        -

        Beginners only**

      Friday

      Saturday

      • Junior Judo

        -

        Competition, 6+ years

      • Open Mat

        -

      • Senior Judo

        -

        All levels (beginner friendly)

      Sunday

      *Newaza only – a ground work only class for coloured belts.
      **Beginners only – adults and teenagers learning the fundamentals of judo.

      Suits children aged 3-5 years. 

      Classes focus on fun, movement-based activities that lead towards the judo fundamentals of break falling, judo hold-downs and throws. These activities aim to build gross motor skills, strengthen core muscles and acclimatise children to the structure of a judo class in readiness for the 6 – 9 year old Junior Judo sessions.

      Parents are welcome to train with their children at ‘Family Friendly’ sessions held each Sunday. Conditions apply, please discuss with the club before you attend.

      Suits all levels from ages 6 upwards. 

      This class focuses on fun-packed activities to develop fundamental skills, judo specific techniques, break falls and social skills. Coaches work with students to develop the life values of fair play, respect, friendship, responsibility and knowledge.

      Parents are welcome to train with their children at ‘Family Friendly’ sessions held each Sunday. Conditions apply, please discuss with the club before you attend.

      Junior Judo classes 10 years and older build on the fundamental skills that have been taught in the 6-9 year Junior Judo classes. Classes are fun and action-packed, with children progressing onto more complex judo techniques as they become increasingly proficient in the sport.

      Safety is paramount in the Senior Beginner Judo class. Students learn the essential basics of ukemi (break falls – front, side, back and rolling) to ensure they do not get injured whilst being thrown. Once ukemi has been mastered, they will progress to learning fundamental throwing techniques in addition to ground grappling techniques.
      The advanced senior class is for students who have progressed from the beginner’s class or are competent with all aspects of judo. Classes focus on refinement of technique, inclusive of combinations and counters. Free practice (randori) is emphasised to facilitate practical application of studied techniques.
      Kata and technical grading classes will be held prior to club and state Dan gradings. Classes will focus on the correct technical aspects and presentation of techniques required to satisfy grading requirements.
      This class will mix BJJ and judo elements to strengthen your judo ground game and includes both gi and nogi judo. It is also an excellent class for existing BJJ practitioners who want to sharpen their take down and transition game, working within the judo newaza rule set.
      This is a self-guided class where members can work on their own judo, kata or prepare for gradings and competitions. A coach is on-premises for assistance, but there is no structured teaching. Members are required to be independent in their own training.

      Kinder Judo

      Suits children aged 3-5 years. Parents are welcome to train with their children at ‘Family Friendly’ sessions held each Sunday. Conditions apply, please discuss with the club before you attend.

      Junior Judo

      Suits all levels from ages 6 upwards. Parents are welcome to train with their children at ‘Family Friendly’ sessions held each Sunday. Conditions apply, please discuss with the club before you attend.

      Junior Judo [Competition]

      For children who are interested in learning competitive judo techniques.

      Teen Judo

      Suits teenagers from beginner to advanced, focusing on transitioning to senior judo techniques.

      Senior Judo

      Adult classes suiting all levels. Open mat sessions are for judoka wanting to focus on their own training outside of a class setting. This occurs in parallel to a standard lesson and must be self-driven.

      Kata & Grading Preparation

      Conducted on an as required basis in the lead up to gradings and kata competition

      Open Mat

      This is a self-guided class where members can work on their own judo, kata or prepare for gradings and competitions. A coach is on-premises for assistance, but there is no structured teaching. Members are required to be independent in their own training.

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