WELCOME TO EDINBURGH JUDO
The Club of Champions
With IMMEDIATE EFFECT all EdinburghJudo sessions that take place at St. Margaret’s House, London Road are to be suspended from Tuesday 17th March 2020 until further notice, due to coronavirus.
The new statement issued from the government indicates that this is the correct course of action.
Judo sessions that take place within schools will continue to run as scheduled, until we are informed otherwise.
Edinburgh Judo is the home of ‘the Gentle Way’ in Edinburgh and it’s surrounding areas, and we have promoted excellence and growth in judo from grassroots to Olympic level since our foundation in 1965.
Our club ethos is that of friendship, effort and personal improvement in a warm, safe environment and of enabling the community to access not only sport, but also the benefits that a healthy lifestyle can bring.
- All age groups can take part
- Both men and women can take part
- Most disabled persons can take part
- It is inexpensive
- It is a year round activity
But most of all, people do Judo because it’s FUN!
“Nathan is this happy before his journey from West Lothian to Edinburgh for his Saturday morning judo class. Nathan started judo in January this year and everyone at Edinburgh Judo Club has been very friendly and welcoming. Nathan enjoys being introduced to new judo techniques through fun games each week.”
“Kirsty, started judo at The Edinburgh Judo Club just over three and a half years ago, she absolutely loves it! The sport is superb for teaching kids discipline, taking instruction, and generally being active. It builds confidence and respect. I would recommend Judo to everyone and recommend Edinburgh Judo as the place to do it.”
“From the moment we stepped into the club, we were made to feel at home. Warm, friendly and caring, the coaches and staff make you feel confident that you are in the right place. The level of instruction is very high, yet tailored to each individuals ability. As parents we are very happy, and believe our kids are in safe hands at Edinburgh Judo”