First 100 Days of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: This class covers the basic BJJ curriculum for new students, and is for 2 stripe white belts and below. Uniform (gi) is required on all classes.
All Levels BJJ: A Mixed Levels Class that allows all belt levels to learn and drill moves and positional transitions that can be universally utilized by beginner or experienced Jiu-Jitsu practitioners. Uniform
(gi) is required on all classes except on no gi classes.
Randori (乱取り): A term traditionally used in Japanese Martial Arts describing “free-style practice”. This is a class for two stripe white belts and above. The class allows BJJ practioners to “live train”, testing their skills at real time speed, in a competitive atmosphere.
Advanced Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: This class covers more advanced BJJ curriculum including competition training. 3 stripe white belts and above. Uniform (gi) is required on all classes except on no gi classes.
Advanced/Competition Brazilian Jiu-jitsu: This class covers more advanced BJJ curriculum with mostly Competition based intensity and training. This class is for 3 stripe BLUE belts and above or by invitation only. Uniform (gi) is required on all classes except on no gi classes.
BJJ Drills: This Class is part of the Advanced program to improve, flexibility, agility, balance and explosiveness to enhance overall Brazilian Jiu Jitsu performance.
Basic Kickboxing: Kickboxing Fundamentals. Learn the basics of proper striking, stance and basic footwork, while enjoying an intense workout.
Kickboxing conditioning: Kickboxing Fundamentals. Learn the basics of proper striking, stance and basic footwork, while enjoying an intense workout.
Advanced Muay Thai: Sparring and full contact training.
Teen Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: AGES 12 TO 16 More advanced than Kids and advanced training Regimen.
Women only: Ladies will learn Realworld Self Defense from a Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt. While training in the most important and practical ways to avoid, and handle Dangerous situation and they also will have a workout class mixing strength training exercises with aerobic activities. A must for ALL Females.
• Students must treat all instructors and other students of the academy with respect.
• As a sign of respect Gi’s should be kept clean and odor free every time you come to class. Do not train with a dirty Gi! (Instructors have the right to deny training if the student’s Gi is unclean/unsanitary)
• Please keep up your personal hygiene as Jiu Jitsu is a close contact sport.
• Finger and toe nails shall be trimmed and kept clean.
• Jewelry shall be taken off before class (the academy is not responsible for lost items)
• Out-door shoes are not allowed on the mat.
• Do not arrive to class late or leave early without obtaining permission first.
• Students must wear a Gi (both jacket and pants) when training in a Gi class. A rash guard or shirt must be worn under the jacket at all times.
• Students must not interrupt the training of others by training during undesignated class times.