We provide a variety of classes for all skill levels. We especially take pride in being very beginner-friendly. Beginner classes through the week have multiple coaches on hand. One coach will help the students with limited to no experience while the other coach helps members who have been attending for a while. There are several positive effects of this process. First, by being in a smaller group, new students get more attention and time with the coach. Second, many students are a little outside of their comfort zone and a little anxious when they try martial arts for the first time.
By being in a smaller group comprised of other new folks, we have found that people feel at home a lot more quickly and feel less nervous. Once newer members are ready and have a good handle on the basics, the coaches will graduate them to the larger group. This process has also helped people to learn at their appropriate developmental level.Contact
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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a grappling based martial art that gives students the tools to potentially subdue larger, stronger opponents using technique and leverage. Members will learn how to effectively apply takedowns, sweeps, joint locks, and choke holds. In addition, they will learn to utilize the previous techniques while escaping inferior positions and achieving dominant ones.
We offer a friendly, co-ed environment that any student can thrive in.
Muay Thai is commonly referred to as “The Art of 8 Limbs.” It gets this moniker because you learn how to throw different striking combinations using eight points of contact, your fists, shins, knees and elbows. Muay Thai is one of the most effective striking disciplines, and its techniques can be seen in almost every Mixed Martial Arts competition. In addition, it can be a potent tool for self-defense, as well as an amazing workout. We provide all of these learning opportunities in our safe, skill-appropriate classes.
Gi and No-Gi are two different forms of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Gi Jiu-Jitsu is grappling with the use of a uniform (traditionally referred to as a Gi), which allows you to grab the clothing of your opponent. No-Gi is grappling without the traditional uniform. Instead, participants typically wear shorts and a t-shirt or a spandex shirt (called a rash guard). In No-Gi, you’re not allowed to grab your opponent’s clothing. Due to this, many of the techniques are very similar in both Gi and No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu, but the grips that are used differ dramatically.