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I have developed a range of classes to fit the different needs of my students. This includes anything from fitness all the way to preparing for jiu-jitsu competition. 

Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a social, fun and exciting way to get fit while learning how to defend yourself in various situations. 

A man in half-guard during a bjj competition


If you're looking to get fit while learning practical skill simultaneously, then look no further. Brazilian jiu-jitsu, also known as BJJ for short, is a fun and challenging grappling art that can be molded to all body types. It mainly teaches you how to deal with an opponent should they tackle you to the floor and that happens often - nearly 80% of street fights ends on the ground. BJJ matured in the early 1990s when Royce Gracie proved that it was the most important of martial arts by winning the first several UFCs being crowned its first champion ever. 

Interesting fact: The UFC was started by the Gracie family to prove to the world that jiu-jitsu can beat any other martial art, and it did.


Starting Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can be a very intimidating thing and understandably so. However, that does not have to be the case for very long.

After many years of teaching and listening to the needs of beginners, I have designed a course that helps people get their bearings in BJJ super quick, so you can hit any gym and know what's going on and what you should expect as a beginner.

This will help keep those jitters away so you can enjoy the journey BJJ in a fun and safe way.

Two police offers walking


Submission grappling has long been used by police officers and security personnel for many years due to its non-maiming nature. Because jiu-jitsu primarily uses positional control in conjunction with choke holds and joint locks, assailants can be subdued without the use of strikes, such as punches and kicks. This type of training helps enforcers avoid the use of excessive force and other possible legals issues. 

Our instructors have experience in training police officers in both Canada and internationally. We have specific training courses available for these types of situations and personnel. An essential part of any elite training.

A man doing a rear naked choke to his opponent in nogi


For those of you that are not interested in wearing a uniform, you can train in "no-gi" jiu-jitsu, which is simply Brazilian jiu-jitsu but wearing shorts and a t-shirt. Many find this more appealing because its more realistic in a street fight and a better preparation for Mixed Martial Arts.

Kids smiling in a bjj class warming up


Jiu-Jitsu is a great way for children to learn the values of hard work and discipline. Classes include a warm up, functional drills, self-defence techniques and sport training. This is probably one of the best gifts you can give your child so they can grow up to be athletic and confident.

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