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Jiu-Jitsu is a form of grappling (fighting on the ground) derived from Judo that involves the use of takedowns, control, and submissions for neutralizing an opponent. Jiu-Jitsu is trained as both a self-defense art as well as a grappling sport.

The word “jiu jitsu” derives from the Japanese “Jū” meaning “gentle” and “Jutsu” meaning “art”; essentially, jiu jitsu is the “gentle art”.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a predominantly ground-based martial art, using the principals of leverage, angles, pressure and timing, as well as knowledge of the human anatomy, in order to achieve a non-violent submission of one’s opponent. Unlike other martial arts that focus on strikes and/or kicks, jiu jitsu focuses on close-contact “grappling” holds and techniques, and the application of chokes and joint-manipulations.

More than just a workout, jiu jitsu is often referred to as “human chess” in that it exercises both the body and the mind.


No Gi Jiu-Jitsu, It is a dynamic self-defense method that focuses on using the fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu without the Gi uniform. Instead, you wear shorts and a t-shirt or rash guard. In the No Gi form of BJJ, you can't grab your opponent's clothing to increase leverage

In No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu the goal is to gain a dominant position using strategic positions and submissions. This category explores a lot of the ground game aspect of what you see in mixed martial arts (MMA) and it can also be applied to everyday situations.


This program is an essential if you want to increase all aspects of athleticism. 
Strength and conditioning programs will provide a solid foundation in any chosen sport or activity. 
This will unlock and maximize your strength, power, stability, mobility, speed, balance, coordination and prevent injuries. 


At a time where more and more children are sitting at home glued to screens, it is increasingly important to get them involved in a physical

Our kids/Teens classes provide a program designed to help your child build confidence, improve focus, athleticism, discipline and heart in a fun and controlled environment.

BJJ doesn’t just make kids work hard physically, but it also requires them to use their brains. Jiu-jitsu is like a game of chess, and children who train understand how to keep calm under pressure and solve the problems they face in logical ways. This can give them better decision making abilities in everyday life!

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