Classes

Gi Kids (6 - 15 years old, all skill levels)

This is a gi class is for children ages 6-15 of all skill levels. Children are required to wear a gi for this class. (Loaner gis are available). Kids’ classes are one-hour long and are offered five nights a week and Saturday morning. Because our classes are designed for all ages, all students are taught off the same fundamental curriculum as our adults with special attention to detail and effectiveness. Newer students are paired with advanced students to help both students develop a better understanding of techniques and concepts. A typical class consists of a moderate warm-up period of jiu-jitsu focused drills and stretches. After the warm-up, students are taught 1-2 techniques and then provided adequate time to perform the techniques with other students while receiving additional coaching, as necessary. The final part of class includes additional specific training in real-world scenarios and conditioning.

Kids Randori-Gi

Randori, sometimes called open mat, refers to one-on-one training where partners attempt to resist and counter each other's techniques. Kids are required to wear a gi and must me a yellow-white belt or higher to participate. No formal instruction is offered during this class but instructors are available for students who may have questions.

Kids No Gi (6 - 15 years old, all skill levels)

This is a no gi class for children ages 6-15 of all skill levels. The uniform for this class is no gi shorts or similar shorts with no pockets (fingers and toes can get caught) or hard plastic or metal (prevents scratches and cuts) and a rashguard or similar top. Loose fitting clothing is not allowed because fingers and toes can easily become tangled causing injuries. This class is one hour class that stresses effective takedowns and BJJ fundamentals. Newer students are paired with advanced students to help both students develop a better understanding of techniques and concepts. A typical class consists of a moderate warm-up period of jiu-jitsu focused drills, takedowns, and stretches. After the warm-up, students are taught 1-2 techniques and then provided adequate time to perform the techniques with other students while receiving additional coaching, as necessary. The final part of class includes additional specific training in real-world scenarios and conditioning.

Kids Randori-No Gi

Randori, sometimes called open mat, refers to one-on-one training where partners attempt to resist and counter each other's techniques. Kids are not required to wear a gi but must be a yellow-white belt or higher to participate. The uniform for this class is no gi shorts or similar shorts with no pockets (fingers and toes can get caught) or hard plastic or metal (prevents scratches and cuts) and a rashguard or similar top. Loose fitting clothing is not allowed because fingers and toes can easily become tangled causing injuries. No formal instruction is offered during this class but instructors are available for students who may have questions.

Adult No Gi

This is a no gi class for members and visitors ages 16+. The uniform for this class is no gi shorts or similar shorts with no pockets (fingers and toes can get caught) or hard plastic or metal (prevents scratches and cuts) and a rashguard or similar top. Loose fitting clothing is not allowed because fingers and toes can easily become tangled causing injuries. This class is one hour class that stresses effective takedowns and BJJ fundamentals. A typical class consists of a moderate warm-up period of jiu-jitsu focused drills, takedowns, and stretches. After the warm-up, students are taught 1-2 techniques and then provided adequate time to perform the techniques with other students while receiving additional coaching, as necessary. The final part of class includes additional specific training and conditioning.

Adult Randori-No Gi

Randori, sometimes called open mat, refers to one-on-one training where partners attempt to resist and counter each other's techniques. This class is for members and visitors ages 16+ and requires the student to be a two-stripe white belt or higher to participate. The uniform for this class is no gi shorts or similar shorts with no pockets (fingers and toes can get caught) or hard plastic or metal (prevents scratches and cuts) and a rashguard or similar top. Loose fitting clothing is not allowed because fingers and toes can easily become tangled causing injuries. Because our instructors typically train during this class, no formal instruction is offered but they are available for students who may have questions.

Gi Adult Fundamental

This class is for students’ ages 16+ of all skill levels. This is a one-hour class focusing on jiu-jitsu fundamentals and basic positions. This class is offered Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday night, as well as, Saturday morning. A typical class involves a moderate warm-up of various drills and techniques designed to reinforce the most common movements in jiu-jitsu. After the warm-up, students are generally demonstrated 1-2 techniques. Immediately following the demonstration, students will practice the technique multiple times while being supervised and corrected, as needed. The final part of class is dedicated to specific training where students have the opportunity to demonstrate their proficiency in real-world scenarios. This class does require a gi to participate but loaners are available for introductory members depending on size.

Gi Adult Advanced


This class is for members and visitors ages 16+ and requires the student to be a two-stripe white belt or higher to participate. Some exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis. This class does require a gi to participate. This class still maintains the fundamental principles of jiu-jitsu while utilizing more advanced concepts designed to be used against skilled opponents. This class is offered five nights a week. Because our advanced classes are two hours long, Instructors dedicate more time to conditioning and live training.

Adult Randori-Gi

Randori, sometimes called open mat, refers to one-on-one training where partners attempt to resist and counter each other's techniques. This class is for members and visitors ages 16+ and requires the student to be a two-stripe white belt or higher to participate. Because our instructors typically train during this class, no formal instruction is offered but they are available for students who may have questions.