All trial classes are on offered Thursday & Sunday and by appointment only. Our training fees are monthly only if you don't come you don't pay We do not offer nor accept annual memberships Bosei Judo Academy Monthly rates 2023/2024 Individual member rates Annual Administration fee $25 (Adults and children) Youth - once per week = $75 per month (Under 17 years old) Youth - twice per week = $100 per month (Under 17 years old) Adults - once per week = $100 per month (17 years old and over) Adults - 2-3times per week = $125 per month (17 years old and over)
Family 2 youth attending once per week = $ 125 per month 3 youth attending once per week = $175 per month
1 Adult & 1 Youth once per week = $150 per month 1 Adult & 1 Youth twice per week = $200 per month 2 Adults & 1 Youth once per week = $150 per month 2 Adults & 1 Youth twice per week = $275 per month 2 Adults & 2 Youth once per week = $325 per month 2 Adults & 2 Youth twice per week = $375 per month *For any other family pricing options please contact Miller sensei **For family pricing for 4 youth or more please contact Miller sensei Couples 2 Adults - once per week = $150 per month (17 years old and over) 2 Adults - 2-3times per week = $200 per month (17 years old and over)
Additional costs may include purchase of a judo gi (uniform) and annual membership with Judo Ontario our provincial sports organization is mandatory. For Judo Ontario annual fees followwww.judoontario.ca/annual-rates All trial classes are on offered Thursday & Sunday and by appointment only.
What you need for your trial class or classes. Try to arrive 15min prior to class, as we will require that you complete a waiver form and we will try to find an appropriate judo uniform for your trial. Please bring sweat pant bottoms and a sweat/tee shirt in case uniforms are not available. Please ensure finger and toenails are trimmed short. Do not wear anything metal: such as jewellery, metal hair clasps, earrings, studs, or a watch on the mats. What you can expect from your first class. Depending on your experience, you will be paired up with experienced members who will introduce you to the various components of the class and a few basic techniques. You will work at a very moderate pace, regardless of your level of fitness or level of experience during the trial period. Falls, body movement and training etiquette are covered, as well as entry-level judo skills. This will also give you a chance to get to know the instructors and make some new friends among the members. Judo is a highly social activity
What is the process for joining after the free trial? We never accept membership fees on the first class. If, after the trial class/classes, you wish to join and we feel you fit our program, you will be asked to send us an email informing us of your intent to join, we will in turn forward you links to our online registration as well as the Judo Canada membership link. Payments are made monthly via email transfer email@example.com. There are no long-term contract or memberships. BJA training fees are only paid on a month to month basis. You only pay for the months that you attend. Inform us in advance that you will not be training and you will not be charged for any months that you do not attend.
Judo Ontario Membership (not necessary for one time trial class) www.judoontario.ca/annual-rates The Bosei Judo Academy is a member of Judo Ontario, the provincial association that governs the sport in Ontario. A 12-week introductory membership is available for beginners for only $21.30. Beyond the introductory period students will be required to upgrade to a full Judo Ontario membership. This will be explained in greater detail during your trial class.
What is the ethos or etiquette of Judo? Respect, sportsmanship, politeness, good manners, and common decency are all part of Judo. All students of Judo are expected to train themselves in Judo Etiquette and make it part of their Judo life. In doing so, a student will eventually come to understand the full principle and spirit of Judo. Mutual respect is a corner stone of the study of Judo. Policies of the Bosei Judo Academy Respect
Be respectful of others at all times.
Be respectful of the Dojo & mat area. Keep it clean and follow the rules
Please remove your shoes and place them on the carpeted area by the doorway whether you are practising that day or not
Be on time for class, we understand that it is not always possible, however you must make your best effort. If you are late, you must receive permission from a sensei to join the class.
Always bow at appropriate times, i.e. to your partner when starting or ending a training exercise or entering or leaving the mats.
No swearing or disrespectful dialog.
Please notify us in advance before you bring a guest to try out a class. If they already practice Judo, please let us know their rank and which dojo they currently train with.
Do not wear your obi (belt) around your neck or shoulders, only wear it on your waist
The safety of you and your training partners must always be your first priority.
All students must be members in good standing with Judo Ontario or equivalent provincial or national judo association.
Do not leave the mat without the permission of one of the sensei.
No activity on the mats without an instructor present.
No horseplay or unsafe games at any time.
Engage in the exercises and warm-ups before judo practice to reduce the potential for injury.
No metal objects, watches, jewellery, glasses, or hairpins on the mat.
Do not approach the mat if you are not practising without permission of one of the sensei.
Notify the instructor of any physical limitations, new or per-existing injuries.
Wash your judo gi after each practice.
Keep body clean and fingernails & toenails clean and short.
Do not come to judo with open wounds, skin conditions, rashes, colds, flu, lice, or communicable diseases
No oily or greasy hair products and no makeup (it gets on the mats and stains judogi)
No food or drinks on the mats. Students may keep a water bottle at the sides of the mat.