Welcome to Newton Judo Club online!  Here you can learn about Judo and Newton Judo Club.  You can view our schedule, find the cost of classes, get directions to the dojo, see our instructors and contact us on-line!  If you’re not in the Boston Metro area, see Massachusetts Judo Club Directory below.

Key benefits of Newton Judo Club

  • Great instructors and one of the smallest instructor/student ratios around. More individual attention and enhanced learning
  • Costs significantly less than most club sports – $25 for Juniors (under 18 years old) and $45 for Seniors (over 18) a month
  • Easy access – near major routes and public transportation
  • We have one of the largest and most open workout spaces in the Northeast

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We are a non-profit community based athletic organization serving the greater Boston area from the young first graders to senior citizens, both men and women are equally involved in Newton Judo Club classes.

Our purpose is to bring the joy and power of Judo available to participants in their everyday life, at Judo practice, course and competition.

Judo as a Sport

Judo is principally a sport for competition, similar to wrestling. Judo is an Olympic sport, and was first introduced at 1964 Olympic games in Tokyo. Judo is competed internationally, by both men and women. In the United States, some of the well known competitors are Mike Swain, who won a Silver medal at 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea – Jason Morris, who won a Silver medal in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain – Jim Pedro of Danvers, Massachusetts who won a a  bronze medal in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. He won six matches at the 1999 World Championships and is only the third American in history to win a judo world title.


We are located in Newton Center, Massachusetts, minutes from Boston MA. We serve people from all over greater Boston Metro area. Towns near us are: Ashland, Belmont, Boston, Cambridge, Concord, Dedham, Framingham, Hopkinton, Lexington, Natick, Needham, Waltham, Wellesley, Wayland, Weston and Watertown among many other New England towns and cities.