Adult: Monday - Friday 6:30pm - 8:30pm,
Tuesday & Friday 10:00am - 12:00pm
Kids under 13: Tuesday & Thursday 5:00pm - 6:00pm
All: Saturday 11:00am - 1:00pm
Full Club Membership:
Monthly Options: 3, 6, 12, 24, or 60 months.
Family rates available! Contact us for the fee schedule.
Beginner Initiation Fee: $100 Includes judo uniform & club t-shirt.
Note: Regular membership does not include Elite membership services. Regular members are encouraged to participate in all JMJC elite activities (camps, competitions, etc.) until they are ready to sign up for the elite package.
Private lessons with 4x Olympian (88, 92, 96, & 00 and Head Coach 08) Jason Morris are $150/hour. Private lessons with JMJC Elite players are $70/hour.
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JMJC Head Coach
Rank: Hachidan (8th Degree Black Belt)
1992 Olympic Silver Medalist, 4x (88,92,96 & 2000)
2008 US Olympic Team Head Coach (Beijing, China)
2007 US World Team Head Coach (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
2007 US Pan Am Games Team Head Coach (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
2007 US Pan Am Championship Team Head Coach (Montreal, Canada)
2006 US Jr. World Team Head Coach (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
2006 US Pan Am Championship Team Head Coach (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2005 US World Team Head Coach (Cairo, Egypt)
2005 US Pan Am Championship Team Head Coach (Caguas, Puerto Rico)
2000 US Jr. World Team Asst. Coach (Tunis, Tunisia)
1997 US World Team Asst. Coach (Paris, France)
1997 US Pan Am Championship Team Asst. Coach (Guadalajara, Mexico)
JMJC Head Coach
Rank: Rokudan (6th Degree Black Belt)
2003 World Championship Referee (Osaka, Japan)
8-Time US National Place Winner
5-Time US Open Place Winner
85 Pacific Rim Champion
IJF "A" Referee
2007 US World Team Asst. Manager (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
2006 US Jr. World Team Asst. Coach(Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
2000 US Jr. World Team Head Coach (Tunis, Tunisia)
I have worked with Jason Morris and Teri Takemori for many years, and I believe they have one of the most effective approaches to the development of International Judo in North America today. They allow an athlete to attain a level of technical mastery and tactical approaches to fighting like no other program I have seen. This combination has guided much of my judo career and allowed me to get where I am today. I think that Jason's program can help any Judo player become even better and I would recommend it for anybody who wants to become the best in the world.
Jeremy has always had the self motivation and desire to be a great judo player.He is so fortunate to have an Olympic athlete in our hometown and a great club to train with to reach his goals. The vast array of athletes in the club or at a training camp continue to broaden Jeremy's relationships and experiences. Our son at 15 has had some wonderful opportunities to travel within and outside the United States.
These experiences have enriched his personal knowledge and given Jeremy experiences other people never have the chance to experience.With the careful guidance of Jason and Teri and consideration for our "pocketbook" his tournaments and travel are carefully selected.We feel Jeremy has wonderful role models in Jason and Teri to help through these tough teenage years, something every parent hopes to have for their child. His focus on training, school and outside interests has only been enhanced by their dedication to their club's program
Jason Morris and Teri Takemori run one of the best judo programs in North America for developing elite High Performance athletes. Jason Morris himself was one of the best athletes in the history of North American Judo. Jason combined incredible technical abilities with tactical skills that took him to 4 Olympic Teams, a World Medal and Olympic Medal. Jason Morris has also had an impact on Canadian athletes when training in Montreal, he always trying to improve on everyone's skill level knowing that the better his training partners became the better he would become.
Jason unknowningly was a coach before he became a coach and his crucial words of advise helped me capture the 1995 Pan-Am Games in Argentina. Jason has also worked closely with Canadian athletes such as Nicolas Gill and Keith Morgan providing them with tactical and technical advice that can be provided by few others in North America. Jason Morris is and will be one of the leading forces in the development of high performance judo in North America for the next 20 to 30 years. Jason Morris has a simple goal and that is to produce world class athletes that can take World and Olympic medals. At the same time his coaching team understand the importance of developing a well balanced person that is excelling both on the mat and in school and in life.
584 Saratoga Rd, Schenectady, NY 12302
"Four-time Olympian Jason Morris is one of the most decorated judo players in American history. Jason Morris is world renowned for his judo expertise, coaching ability, and training methods. A tachiwaza (standing techniques) specialist, Jason currently owns and operates the Jason Morris Judo Center in Glenville, NY and teaches clinics and seminars throughout the country. Learn the techniques and tactics that made Jason Morris one of the most innovative and successfull judo players in the world, and learn how Jason developed the Jason Morris Judo Center into one of the top Judo programs in North America.
For more information, please telephone Jason Morris at or send an email to: .