Our junior program is for boys and girls from eight to twelve years of age. Practices are co-ed, held Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 – 7:00 pm.
The lead instructor for the junior practices is Joe Marchand, 3rd degree black belt.
To register, contact John Huntley at:
About the Junior Program
The junior program operates from the beginning of September to the end of April, with prospective members joining at any time.
Grading examinations are held on a regular basis, and advancement is based on the individual's commitment to judo.
There's no better way to get kids off the couch than a fun, engaging activity like judo.
As well as movement, participants will learn to work with others their own age to learn the art of judo.
Our competitive members have very good success at provincial, national, and international tournaments, returning with a fair number of medals and trophies.
If your child wants to go far, we have the skills to make it happen.
With a group atmosphere and plenty of games that teach movement and balance, while also teaching the art of judo, the junior class is a fun and engaging activity for your child.
Why Aberdeen Judo?
The club boasts an extremely high-quality “floating floor” minimizing injury, so you can be sure your child has the best environment to learn in safely.
With Joe Marchand, a certified dojo instructor, and a team of senior ranked assistant instructors, all participants can be sure to have an excellent time at judo.
Meet Our Instructor
Junior class practices are led by 3rd degree black belt, national and international competitor, and multi-medalist Joe Marchand.
Joe has been studying Judo for over 20 years. He has attended many clinics taught by acclaimed international instructors and has attained the standing of nationally certified judo instructor.
We provide competitive rates with a great variety of discounts.
Call John Huntley for details at:
Still not sure? Come and check out a practice session. Spectators are welcome anytime!
Prospective members are invited to take part in two introductory practices prior to joining.
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