Class Descriptions


Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: Gi & No Gi

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Jiu Jitsu (All Levels)

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (known as BJJ) is a martial art and combat sport that teaches a smaller person how to defend himself against a larger adversary by using leverage and proper technique. There is no punching or kicking, like with MMA. BJJ training can be used for sport grappling in tournaments and in self-defense situations. In this class, you will learn basic movements, positions, transitions and submissions and escapes. No experience is required for Beginner or All Level classes.

Advanced Jiu Jitsu

In Advanced Jiu Jitsu, the focus is on "sparring", rolling without specific instruction and practicing movements, positions, transitions, submissions and escapes in a less controlled environment. This class is for those with Jiu Jitsu experience and teaches concepts for a deeper understanding of moves and rolling.



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Kid's Jiu Jitsu

In our Kid’s Jiu Jitsu class, children as young as 5 learn the skills in an encouraging and fun environment. Our kids develop self defense skills and build confidence while learning patience, self control, and coordination. Our experienced instructors both demo the moves and roll with the children to prevent injuries and help each child learn at their own pace. Once the kids are comfortable, they are able to roll with fellow students of similar size and experience. Our teachers incorporate games, athletic tests and specific Jiu Jitsu moves to create a fun and enriching experience for all students.

All experience levels are welcome in all of our kid's classes!


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Cardio Kickboxing

Cardio Kickboxing blends together the multi-faceted training regime fighters endure: focus mitt and bag work with a partner, body weight exercises, explosive movements and stability work. The class is cardio based and most movements are done to increase the heart rate while some portion of the class will focus on building strength. All fitness levels welcome!

Circuit Training

Circuit Training includes many of the same training practices as Cardio Kickboxing, but with a greater focus on building strength and explosiveness. Dumbbells and body weight exercises are incorporated to create total-body strength, as well as agility drills. All fitness levels welcome!