Judo is a sport that arose in Japan from an ancient samurai discipline and is applied to teaching due to its valuable pedagogical value. Thanks to a totally ruled scheduling, it achieves to improve physical skill, favouring psychomotricity development, flexibility and coordination, balance, bodily expression or spatial competence.

Besides, Judo acts as a catalyst for some of the noblest qualities because, from the entrance on the tatami floor to the keys, techniques and movements, everything is outlined on the basis of respect both for the parties and for game rules.

All Japanese martial arts are subject to a greeting that becomes a respectful inclination to the Master or the adversary, which is full of meaning and influences loyalty in “fight” and self-control of willpower and own contact perception in a hand to hand posed nobly, even in confrontation, which boost the acceptance of a combat result sportingly.