PROGRAMS

BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art where one uses leverage and technique as opposed to brute strength to subdue an attacker. All of our classes are taught in a safe manner with the safety of our students as our number one priority. As a new student, you will learn in our fundamentals class. In the fundamentals class there is no sparring. Our main focus and emphasis is put into the basic techniques of Jiu-Jitsu to give you the foundation you need to build a simple yet effective Jiu-Jitsu game.

Our Adult Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu class is designed to go into the more advanced techniques of jiu-jitsu. In addition to the techniques, we include live drills and sparring into the training. Our NOGI Advanced class is a fast paced class focused on competition style training. We focus on various grappling techniques such as wrestling and leg lock attacks and defense.

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MUAY THAI KICKBOXING

Muay Thai, also known as the art of 8 limbs,  is a striking style that uses punches, kicks, elbows, and knees. This program focuses on teaching the basic fundamentals of Muay Thai. This includes stance, footwork, basic punches, kicks, knees and elbows and the defences to these techniques.

Muay Thai class begins with a warm-up, followed by various partner drills, pad work, strength and conditioning drills and stretching. Our classes are structured so that everyone from day 1 beginners all the way to professional fighters can learn and improve their technique. Contact sparring is NOT mandatory and is only allowed when coach and student agree they are ready.

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YOGA

YOGA at the dojo is designed to support people in living a healthier lifestyle. By creating awareness, you will learn how to find strength, balance and improve your overall health outside of the dojo. Our classes focus on breath, alignment, and intelligent sequencing helping you build and tone strong muscles, gain focus and flexibility, improve posture and athletic performance, and maintain a happy, healthy, body, mind and soul. Our Yoga Instructors are highly educated in anatomy, physiology, and the traditional practice of yoga which makes our classes a revitalizing form of physical fitness. We offer 3 different yoga classes. Power Vinyasa, Yoga for Athletes and Yin Yoga.

Power Vinyasa is a Full body workout using a powerful, energetic form of yoga where students fluidly move from pose to pose while connecting their breathing to their movements.  Yoga for Athletes is for anyone looking to improve their athletic performance. In this class we focus on static deep stretches, range of motion, and relaxation. Working on the whole body but focusing on hips and shoulders, this class is great for boxers, Mixed Martial Artists, golfers, dancers, gymnasts, hockey players, football players, softball and baseball players, soccer, swimming, wrestlers, and fisherman.  Yin Yoga is a slow paced style of yoga with relaxing postures that are held for a longer period of time.

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YOUTH MARTIAL ARTS

For any child ages 5+. Our 3D Youth Jiu-Jitsu program is designed to not only teach the techniques of Jiu-Jitsu but more importantly to give your children the tools they need to be champions in life! In a fun and safe environment, your child will learn the basic movements and techniques so they can train safely. Our goal is to make your child a proud, confident leader through hard-work, discipline, and goal setting. We are sure that you will notice a positive difference in your child’s behavior and attitude at home and at school!

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

BJJ is for everyone. Brazilian jiu jitsu was originally formulated for use by smaller, weaker people to allow them to defend themselves against larger, stronger attackers. In that way, jiu jitsu is perfectly suited for women, kids, young and old. Anyone and everyone can participate!

No. You do not need to be strong, flexible, or in particularly good shape to start jiu jitsu. By practicing jiu jitsu, you will improve your strength, flexibility, and conditioning, but you do not need to have those traits to begin with.

No. The majority of people who learn and train jiu jitsu do not compete. Of course, competition can be a reason to set goals and a great way to challenge and test yourself. We encourage anyone who wants to compete to do so, but there is no expectation or requirement to do it. Come learn, get in shape, and enjoy the art. You can decide later if you’d like to compete.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a form of ground fight and is all grappling, no striking, generally practiced on a padded mat. Muay Thai is a striking art that uses very little to no grappling and is done standing upright on your feet.

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