Brazilian jiujitsu is the grappling martial art popularized by the Gracie family of UFC fame. BJJ is a self defense system that allows a smaller, weaker person defend against a bigger, stronger opponent using technique and leverage.
Judo gives its students a code of ethics, a way of living, and a way of being. Judo students also learn valuable social skills, and build long-lasting and meaningful relationships with others. Through judo, people are able to develop friendships and integrate socially almost anywhere.
Wrestling is the world's oldest sport and teaches control, not violence. Wrestling develops agility, balance, reflexes and strength in every major muscle group and can dramatically improve one's ability to perform in other sports.
We believe that the practice of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is seen as a means to individual development and personal growth. Strength, self-awareness, respect, discipline and responsibility are common core values taught within our kid’s program.
This program is designed to build a strong foundation in your student’s practice, and improve his/her coordination, movement, and agility. Students will also receive a comprehensive overview of all positions and techniques in the beginner and fundamental curriculum, as well as an introduction to the more advanced jiu jitsu curriculum. Students will also be given more detailed explanations of core jiu jitsu concepts and ideas.
Training a contact sport is never easy, regardless of gender. However, when you’re a woman surrounded by men in a gym, where you’re physically weaker, this gets a whole new meaning. Unfortunately, across the world, the ladies are still massively underrepresented in the sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. All due respect to all the brave girls and women working tirelessly to change this, there is still a large deficiency of the finer half in grappling.