Our youth program is designed to introduce self-defense, anti-bullying, and competitive martial arts to our community’s youth through techniques of Jiu-Jitsu and Judo. They are also encouraged to continue their growth off of the mats by completing (and being tested on) assignments and earning patches for their uniform by being outstanding members of their family, studio, and community. This is a Jiu-Jitsu Gi (uniform) class.
Our jiu-jitsu kids posing for a team picture with professor Chris and Coach Brent
This class is designed for beginner students who are learning the fundamentals of Jiu-Jitsu and for intermediate/advanced students who want to perfect their game. It focuses on learning the proper warm-up techniques, increasing flexibility, and breaks down the fundamental postures, offensive/defensive positions, techniques, self defense and progression. This is a Jiu-Jitsu Gi (uniform) class.
one of our female students learning a self-defense technique as professor Chris points out some details.
Intermediate - This class is designed to create a seamless transition between the fundamentals class while integrating concepts and strategies of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to ensure a successful outcome in any situation. Here you will learn self defense, advanced submissions and sequenced attacks. This is a Jiu-Jitsu Gi (uniform) class.
Advanced - By applying the fundamental techniques with the concepts and strategies learned in the intermediate class, the advanced class is geared towards tying everything together and pressure testing it through positional and live training.
Professor Chris teaching an omoplata from guard while two white belt students watch.
Ideal for self defense, this class focuses on no-gi Jiu-Jitsu and is an excellent way to learn how to grapple without relying on the grips of a uniform.
Two adults engaging in nogi jiu-jitsu grappling.