We aim to help your children reach their full potential and develop good personality through the involvement in the Sports of Judo.


Judotots Program

Training schedule:

  •  One Hour ( age 12 and below

We provide

  • Judo training program according to the National syllabus.

  • Judo fitness program.

  • Judo Games and Leisure activities.

  • Judo competition to test skills and mental.

  • Judo Grading (recognized by national body)

  • Judo exchange program.            


Words to parents, Why Judo?

Judo is many things to different people. It is a fun sport, an art, a discipline, a recreational or social activity, a fitness program, a means of self-defense or combat, and a way of life. It is all of these and more.

Jigoro Kano, the founder of Judo aimed to develop a method of physical and mental education that would be available to all. He envisioned physical education as an integral part of education as a whole.

In Judotots, we believe that physical activity is very meaningful for small kids to their physical, social and emotional development. Thus, it must be fun, enjoyable, and fit his/her age and developmental phase.


Why Judo Is Good for Your kids?

  • We are not trying to look for “champions” among kids, instead, we use the playing, fighting and rolling together on the mat to develop equilibrium, spatial orientation and awareness, agility and responsiveness, flexibility and basic strength

  • Develop their physical and mental coordination skills at a young age.

  • Help children to conquer the fear of falling, thus when they fall there is minimal or no injury.

  • Enable children to build and understand teamwork, leadership qualities, self-confidence and concentration.

  • Instill discipline and respect for oneself and others.

  • As a sport, it develops full body control, fine balance and fast reflective actions.

  • Judo training gives a person an effective self-defense system when the need arises. Using the gentle way to defeat ones opponent.


Judo Techniques

Judo consists primarily of nagewaza (throws), along with katame-waza (grappling), which includes osaekomi-waza (pins), shime-waza (chokes), ashi-waza (leg sweeping) and kansetsu-waza (arm locks). Additional techniques, including atemi-waza (striking) and various joint locks are found in judo katas. All techniques will be taught step by step following the Judo syllabus adopted by Malaysia Judo Federation. Beginners will be taught the very important Break-Falls to ensure safety in later throwing techniques.


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