• SATURDAY, Oct 29 LOCATION:   JUDO JUJITSU  MADISON 6717 Odana Road #10 Madison, WI. 53719 Juniors: 10:00AM-12:00 Adults:   1:00-4:00PM Required: USA, USJA, or USJF Membership  Cost: Juniors. $40, Adults.   $50 Clinician: Sensei Os. Millan [...]

    Read more

    End of summer judo camp.  August 22-26Judo Jujutsu Madison.6717 Odana Rd. #10Madison , WI  53719608-577-87288:30AM-5:00PMRegistration is open now.

    Read more

    Come learn a little about judo while having fun and some food. May 22nd from 1 to 4pm. We will have some games, demos and food.

    Read more

    June 13th through June 17th we have will an all day youth camp. This camp is a great way to quickly progress your judo skills. If you are new to judo this is a fantastic way to get started in a martial art. Kick your summer off right learning a martial art. This is an all day camp and you [...]

    Read more

    We are planning an all day Judo Camp from March 28th to April 1st. This camp is a great way to quickly progress your judo skills. If you are new to judo this is also a fantastic way to get started in a martial art with a full week of learning and practice. This is an all day camp and you[...]

    Read more

    We have added more air filtration and follow CDC safety guidelines. We also offer remote classes for those who find in person risk too high.

    Read more

    School is open through December 23rd.Classes canceled December 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th. Saturday December 28 we will have our regular open gym at 10:30am for youths. Adult Class December 29th will be held at 2pmThe School is closed then December 30th, 31st, January 1st.

    Read more

    We are looking to see if there is interest in a youth judo camp. Judo Camp starting on Thursday, December 26 to Sunday, December 30. We still have spaces.

    Read more

    As a martial art there can be some concern as to injury.  A survey of the medical literature though shows that for children judo is one of the safer sports they can practice. The table below is built from data in the two cited studies below.  A little math done to make the numbers per 100[...]

    Read more

    Sensei Os shared a good video on why to train in Judo from Neil Adams Effective Fighting Seven Reasons to Train in Judo

    Read more