The Moose Jaw Koseikan Judo Club offers classes September through April.
For more information, come to the club
or call 691-0051 or email us at email@example.com.
ANNUAL CLUB FEES
- Club fees: $300
- Club fees: $500
- Club fees: $385
ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIPS (parents, non-active members)
- Born January 1, 2010 and younger: $60
- Born December 31, 2009 and older: $65
- Black Belt: $45
***All fees collected go back into the club - we have no paid instructors.
Each of them volunteer countless hours of their time and expertise to make our club successful.
Beginners ages 4-6
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Youth Ages 7+
Monday and Wednesday 7:00 - 8:30 pm
By Invite only
Tuesday and Thursday
5:30 - 7:00 pm
7:00 -8:30 pm
Kata, ages 12+
Please contact us for details about any of these classes.
If you are really interested in trying Judo, please don't hesitate to come down and try it out! We are a fairly informal club that keeps the traditions of bowing and respect, with good team spirit. We do not ask for money up front -- you are more than welcome to try Judo out for a few weeks at our club before making your decision to join or not. We understand that Judo isn't for everyone and there is no pressure to stay.
If you are interested in trying Judo, find some old comfortable clothes and keep in mind they may get stretched or torn. For everyone's safety and well being, please remember not to wear clothing with buttons or zippers and to remove all piercings and jewelry because Judo is a contact sport. You do not need a judogi (judo outfit) for the first while as you will begin with learning basic tumbling and holddowns. You can purchase a judogi later.
The Moose Jaw Koseikan Judo Club has classes that accomodate two types of judoka: the recreational and the competitive. You can train at either level at our club and since many of our athletes attend the area tournaments, you can be sure to compete in them if you wish.
Not from around Moose Jaw? Send us an email and we will try to help you find a local club too! Our club is a member of Judo Saskatchewan and Judo Canada, which is recognized by the International Judo Federation as the governing body of Judo in Canada.