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TUESDAY 27 JULY 2021 TERM 3 KIDS PROGRAMME BEGINS

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  Please send an email to enroll your kids for the term 3 which starts on Tuesday 27 July 2021. We have 2 classes available per week depending on age and maturity. The kids classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 03.45 pm to 4.30 pm.  The age range starts from 5 years old.  The Junior classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 04.30 pm to 06.00 pm.  The age range starts from 10 years old.  As usual, we will have limited spots to ensure a good ration of teacher/students. Please email at info@aucklandbjj.com Thank you.

Training report: Seminar, ADDC NZ Gold medal and Kids graduation

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It was a busy week which concluded by the graduations for the kids and Juniors classes. The week started with a seminar with Rob Sensei on Tuesday. Rob is a 6th Judoka and is the head coach at the Auckland University Judo Club. Lawrence also brought his gold medal from the inaugural ADCC NZ competition. On Thursdays we had graduations for the kids and juniors classes which conclude this school term. They will have a break during the school holidays. Some of the Juniors Squad students will be attending the adult classes during the school holidays. We are taking new members for the classes (kids, Juniors and adults). Please email us to book a space for free classes. This is important for all the classes as we have limited spaces.  

Seminar with Rob Levy Sensei (6th DanJudo)

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  We have the pleasure to host a seminar with Rob Levy (6th Dan Judo). Rob is the president of the Auckland University Judo Club and their head Sensei. The seminar will be on Tuesday 06/07/21 and will be free to our members. " Rob   Levy   represented New Zealand as a top level international competitor for over ten years. As well as being a New Zealand weight division and open weight champion, he has medalled at Oceania, US Open, Maccabi Games and Commonwealth Championships.   Rob   represented New Zealand at three World Championships and has spent a substantial amount of time living, competing and training in Asia, the UK and Europe.   Rob   has also been a New Zealand Masters Champion (that's the "old bastards"), a New Zealand Kata Champion (and judge) and medalled for New Zealand in the first Asian Masters Open in 2010. Rob  was also Judo New Zealand's Senior Men's Coach from 2011-2016 and holds coaching qualifications from the British Judo Association and