Judo is a martial art, self defenCe and sport in its own right.
We pride our selves in etiquette, respect and self discipline. We encourage all levels of participation from the recreational player to the competitor. Our mission as a Judo club is to impart to our students not only the physical skills of Judo, but its philosophy and traditions.
Many students seek us out for self-defence training, and that is definitely one of the things Judo provides, not just through concrete skills, but through increased confidence and awareness. We try to introduce students to Judo as a lifetime pursuit, a skilled art requiring infinite perfecting. By introducing traditional Judo etiquette and teaching the Japanese names of the techniques we also introduce our members to the sports cultural roots.
We had an awesome Fun Day with 170 entries over a three mat area. A big thank you to everyone who helped out on the day. We couldnt have done it without you. Also well done to everyone who took part! Results of the 2017 Howick Fun Day. Please click on the PDF below. […]
Please check out our new Document page for all Howick Club resources and Documents including the Basic Judo Names poster and Introduction to Judo booklet. Document Page is located in the Club Zone menu or use the link below Document Page
The Waikato/BOP Open Champs is being held in Tauranga on the 4th-5th June. Entries must be returned to Lawrie Crooke by 20th May. If you require transport and or accommodation please let Lawrie know urgently. Click on PDF for entry details and entry form. […]
Howick is please to announce that one of its members are included in the NZ Team competing are the OJU Championships mid April in Canberra. Koen Vissor will be competing in the Cadets Howick would like to congratulate Koen on making the NZ Team and wish him every success during the Competition. […]
On Wednesday, Howick ran a 1st Kyu (Brown belt) grading. Assisting Senseis Lawrie and Craig were Rob Levy from University and Paul Wong from Judokwai Judo club. We would like to congratulate Lester Harris (Howick) Matthew Wong (Howick) Koen Vissor (Howick) Bradlee Wong (Judokwai) On achieving the grade of 1st Kyu! […]