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At Makoto Kai Judo, we strive to empower students to tackle challenges and take on new experiences. Below you’ll find the information you need about our classes, our team, and or our methodology.
MAKOTO KAI JUDO
Makoto Kai Judo was formed by students and instructors from the former Ogden Judo School, with the sole purpose of spreading our love and appreciation for all aspects of Judo. Makoto is one of the seven principles of Bushido, which was the code of honor and morals developed by the Japanese samurai. Makoto literally means sincerity or a true heart, free from falsehood. Ancient samurai took this to mean doing the right thing at the right time regardless of living or dying. In Judo we train our minds and bodies to become one with each other. It is through this training that we are able to lift the veil of doubt and fear so that the judoka can move freely without restraints and become Makoto.
CLASSES AND COURSES
Self-Defense and Sports Competition
This course has been highly regarded by countless students throughout the years, and has provided the perfect foundation to enter the next level of learning. Get in touch with questions or to learn more.
JUNIOR JUDO CLASSES
Through this course, students have the opportunity to push their skills, techniques and confidence to a new level in a fun, dynamic way. Contact us today to learn more about each of our course offerings.
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UPCOMING EVENTS AND TOURNAMENTS
New Judo Dojo Soft Grand Opening July 5th
Judo Practices Resume July 19th
August 6, Nikkei Games - Cal State Long Beach
September 24, Nanka Fall Tournament - Westminster High School
December 8-10, Winter Nationals - Azusa Pacific University
MEMBERSHIP PRICING AND USJA FEES
Club Membership: $75/month
USJA Membership: $60/year
USJA does charge Promotion Fees
Equipment: Judo gi can be purchased at the school at wholesale price or a student may purchase their own. The school prefers white judo gis but blue gis are permitted as a secondary gi. Please refrain from purchasing BJJ Kimonos as they are not allowed at Judo Tournaments.
For any additional questions about pricing or equipment, please contact us.
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