Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

A grappling-based martial art whose central theme is the skill of controlling a resisting opponent in ways that force him to submit. Enabling a smaller person to defend himself/herself against a larger adversary by using leverage and proper technique. The Gracie family modified judo and traditional Japanese jujutsu to create the art that we recognize as Brazilan Jiu Jitsu today. It contains stand-up movements, but it is most famous for its devastating ground-fighting techniques. Gaining superior positioning so one can apply the style’s numerous chokes, holds, locks and joint manipulations against a resisting opponent. 

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can be used by everyone! From the sport grappler and mixed martial artist to the quiet intellectual looking for a physical and mental challenge, to the person looking for self defense and a boost in self confidence. 

In this class we wear a gi (kimono), and focus on the techniques including take downs, ground control, escapes, reversals, joint locks, and choke holds. We believe "rolling" (or controlled sparing) plays a major role in training, and students’ progression and ability to perform techniques against a real world opponent in controlled environment. 

Drop-in and try it out! 

your first 2 classes are free!

Schedule

Monday - 7:15 - 8:30pm

Wednesday - 7:15pm - 8:30pm

Thursday - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

 
 

Pricing

$45 - Registration (one time)

$85 - Month

$229 - 3 Months

$120 - 10 Punch Pass

$15 - Drop In

$130 - 1 Month - Jiu Jitsu & Kickboxing

$20 - 1 Month - Add Cardio Class

 

 

10 reasons to take Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

  1. Self defense

  2. Setting & achieving goals

  3. Good habits

  4. Finish what you've started

  5. Interpersonal relationships

  6. You're stressing out

  7. Lack of confidence

  8. You need to get in shape

  9. Positive environment

  10. Discipline

 
 
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