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The Dojo NYC Kids Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) isn’t just for adults. It’s the perfect activity for kids! This form of martial arts is based on automatic human responses and incorporates a lot of ground grappling. When it comes to self-defense, BJJ empowers a smaller individual to fight against a larger opponent. But the advantages don’t stop there – BJJ helps kids gain confidence, learn discipline, focus their energy, foster respect for others, and be a part of a one-of-a-kind community full of future friends and mentors!

The Dojo NYC Adult Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) has gained a lot of attention in recent years, and it’s pretty obvious why. BJJ stands apart from other martial arts due to its focus on grappling, rather than the kicking and punching that characterize disciplines such as Karate and Taekwondo. BJJ is known to improve fitness levels, prepare its practitioners for situations requiring self-defense, and relieve stress.

The Dojo NYC Muay Thai

In The Dojo’s Muay Thai class, you’ll be using all eight contact points for punches, knee strikes, elbow strikes, kicks, and more. If you’re looking for something that will challenge what you think you know about martial arts, you’ve come to the right place.

The Dojo NYC Nogi Submission Grappling

Whatever martial art you may practice, our Nogi Submission Grappling class is the perfect addition to your training routine. This course teaches basic grappling movements such as throws, takedowns, and pins. The techniques behind Nogi Submission Grappling are found throughout many different martial arts, so it’s no surprise that athletes with a solid base in Nogi Submission Grappling bring unique advantages and attitudes to the martial arts.

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What is judo?

Judo, derived from the Japanese term “gentle way,” is a modern Japanese martial art and Olympic sport, established in the late nineteenth century. Current judo rules focus on upper body takedowns and throws executed while wearing a gi. What sets judo apart from other grappling styles is its emphasis on amplitude, aiming to land the opponent on their back as well as a foundational pedagogy created by the founder of judo himself, Jigoro Kano.

Judo at The Dojo

Judo at The Dojo aims to provide a dynamic and comprehensive approach to the martial art, focusing not only on technical proficiency but also on fostering physical fitness, mental resilience, and sportsmanship. Our program aims to integrate traditional judo concepts with the most current techniques of judo and jiujitsu. Our goal is to create a supportive environment where people can cultivate their judo skills while also gaining valuable life skills that extend beyond the dojo.

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