Judo is a martial art and combat sport originating from Japan. Practising it influences mental and emotional development.
As a sport, it can promote integral physical education and, through knowledge, foster psycho-motor skills like spatial location, perspective, ambidextrism, laterality, coordinating both hands and feet independently but together. In addition to actions like throwing, pulling, pushing, dragging, jumping, rolling, falling, and more. As well as skills involving relationships with other people, using play and fighting as an integrating and dynamising element and provide an introduction to technical, tactical and sports skills in an adapted way. It also strives for general and ideal physical conditioning.
Practising judo provides a number of psychological benefits, like:
Developing self-esteem personally, socially (in school) and in the family.
Developing self-control skills.
It can improve emotional expression
Avoid emotional conflict
Improves one's perception of one's self, others and the space.
Aimed at students from the 3rd grade early childhood to 6th grade primary
Tuesday and Thursday from 4:45 to 5:45
From 3rd grade early childhood to 3rd grade primary
Monday and Friday from 1:00 to 2:00
From 4th to 6th grade primary
The price does not include the fee for joining and the required clothes.
Spots may be limited depending on the activity.
If the minimum is not reached the activity will not be held.