Judo

Clubs throughout Oregon

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Academy of Kung Fu

Academy of Qi Dao

Acrovision Sports Center

Aikido Northwest

Aikido Yoshinkai of Oregon

Aim High Martial Arts

Amateur Athletic Union

America Taekwondo Center

Bettencourt’s TaeKwon-Do America

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Chinese Kung Fu Association

Dragon Brand Tae Kwon Do

Enshinkai Martial Arts and Fitness

Ernie Reyes’ World Martial Arts

Family Kicks Taekwondo

Family Martial Arts Academy

Far East Fighting Arts

Hwang’s Martial Arts Academy

International Budo Federation Kentojuku

Karate Kids

Karate on Main

Lewis TaeKwonDo

Martial Arts America

Martial Arts Center

Martial Arts Fitness Center

Matt Dishman Community Center

Maye Martial Arts

Mittleman Jewish Community Center

Mo Duk Pai Association

Montavilla Community Center

Multnomah Aikikai

Muay Thai – NWFA

North Clackamas Parks & Recreation

Northwest Fighting Arts

Northwest Martial Arts Academy

Oregon Academy of Defensive Tactics LLC

Oregon Martial Arts Club, Inc.

OregonLive.com Summer Camps Guide

Pacific Rim Martial Arts Academy

Police Activities League

Portland Aikikai

Portland Kung Fu Club

Portland United Martial Arts

Retallack School of Arms

School of Traditional Taekwon-do

Taekwon-do: Modern and Traditional

TC Taekwondo

TNT Martial Arts – Hillsboro

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

U.S. West Coast Assn- Beaverton

U.S. West Coast Assn- Bethany

U.S. West Coast Assn- Gresham

U.S. West Coast Assn- Hollywood

U.S. West Coast Assn- MurrayHill

U.S. West Coast Tae Kwon Do

U.S. West Coast Taekwondo of Hillsboro

White Tiger Martial Arts

Judo thrives despite misunderstood image

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Passionate athletes keep the sport going
By Cliff Pfenning, oregonsports.com

It might be one of the oldest and most misunderstood sports in Oregon, but Judo has a passionate following and one of the most gratifying missions of any contact sport - it teaches you how not to fight.

Of course, there's still that competitive instinct that drives players all the way to the Olympic Games, but outside the gym the goal is a level of personal confidence that leads to conflict resolution outside of violence - even for someone like 1970s martial arts screen legend Bruce Lee.

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