Adapted judo

Judo means for young people with a disability that they can be busy with sports and expect clear values and norms. Have you always wanted to practice judo in a small group, where personal attention is paramount? Whatever your disability, sign up and come and join us.

Who is A-judo meant for?

Children and young people with a disability can come to the Willem Bilderdijkhof on Wednesday afternoon at 15:00. Self-confidence and resilience are increased or improved with judo. Busy children learn to control and handle their energy better. Judo is tough, judo is fun, judo is balance, judo is respect. Respect for yourself and respect for each other. In a playful manner, all elementary forms of movement (running, jumping, rolling, falling, pushing, pulling, etc.) are introduced and children learn to deal with physical contact.


If you are interested, as well as with questions and comments, please contact us via the contact form. It is also possible to take a free trial lesson.