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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Adults)

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu was made popular in the U.S. by the Gracie family. It is now the fastest-growing martial art in the world. The art is comprised of four components: self-defense, vale tudo, sport jiu-jitsu, and takedowns. The techniques of Jiu-Jitsu help a smaller and weaker person defend against a larger, stronger opponent of greater physical attributes. Students will get a great strength and conditioning workout while learning one of the world’s most effective martial arts. 


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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu  (Youth)

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu (GJJ) is a superior form of self-defense for kids and teens, as it doesn't rely on sheer strength and athletic ability. Instead, it uses leverage and technique over strength and power, making it possible for kids and teens of all sizes and shapes to reach their full potential. This is a fun a exciting way for kids and teens to learn self-defense skills and grow as both martial artists and human-beings.

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Women Only)

This is a great opportunity to learn practical self-defense skills structured specifically to meet the needs of women in a comfortable and relaxed setting. This class is ideal for the beginner or intermediate student to grow and learn quickly under the guidance of our experienced and accomplished female instructors. 


Jeet Kune-Do (JKD) 

Bruce Lee developed Jeet Kune-Do (JKD) after a life of studying various styles of martial arts. This includes Wing Chun, Muay Thai, Boxing, Judo, Karate, and many more. The idea is simple, not to be limited by "style" and to find what works best for you. “ The notion of cross-training in Jeet Kune-Do is similar to the practice of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) today. In fact,many consider Jeet Kune-Do to be the precursor of MMA because of its inclusive nature. 

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