What is EVOMA?

A tremendous and dynamic Academy

Evoma has a dynamic methodology where requires both physical prowess and great mental discipline. Standing, involves judo techniques allow you to get up and throw your opponents stop as back. Without ground, it includes jiu jitsu techniques that allow you to pin your opponents down to the ground, control them, and apply various chokeholds or joint locks until submission.

Much More to Learn

But beyond the development of physical prowess and athletic ability, EVOMA students learn much more. They learn how to control their feelings, emotions, and impulses. They learn about values of perseverance, respect, loyalty, and discipline. EVOMA students develop an outstanding work ethic, as well as important social manners and etiquette. They learn to overcome their fears, and to show courage under pressure. Through competition and the rigors of daily practice, they learn about justice and fairness. Through their experience, they learn about politeness, modesty, and many other wonderful values that contribute to their development as successful citizens of society. As such, EVOMA facilitates the development of important moral knowledge and values, those that are important to help people to become active and contributing members of their communities, nations, and the world. In this way, EVOMA students play an important role in developing societies, and creating better communities for the future.

 

A Role to Play in the Society

EVOMA students also learn valuable social skills, and build long-lasting and meaningful relationships with others. The camaraderie, and bonding that occurs among partners who have shared the rigors of physically difficult and mentally demanding training are deep, often providing the basis for relationships that last a lifetime. Through EVOMA, people are able to develop friendships and integrate socially almost anywhere. Regardless of the towns you visit, in your home country or elsewhere, there is bound to be a club, or dojo, where you will be welcomed.