Fundamental BJJ & Fundamental Submission Grappling
In these classes, we demo techniques, and then help you to drill them. We also include solo and partner exercises that introduce you to movements that will further develop your training in general.
These sessions are ideal for beginners and can consist of warm ups, takedowns from standing, solo and partner drilling, situational sparring, sparring, as well as the techniques themselves.
Lessons are open to adults & youth from the age of 11.
For these classes you will need a Gi (kimono) for BJJ and shorts and rashguard or tee shirt for Submission Grappling.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
These classes follow a similar format to that of the fundamental BJJ classes with the exception that they are physically and mentally more demanding, often delving into competition scenarios and consisting of intense situational and sparring rounds.
Students are expected to have sparring experience and be able to adapt to different expectations.
For these classes you will need a Gi (kimono).
The long term aim of these classes is to teach students to chain submission attacks up and down the body. Studying heel hooks alongside arm bars and rear naked chokes.
A lesson is often broken down into technique drilling and then around half an hour of sparring.
Beginners can attend these classes, however you need to come focused and ready to spar.
You need a pair of shorts and tee shirt, although a rashguard and grappling/MMA shorts are better.
These classes are for students who are already fighting in either amateur or professional MMA.
Students with solid grappling experience may also attend.
Extra sessions to improve mobility and strength, great for re-hab as well as injury prevention.
A mixture of yoga and gymnastics.
Anyone can attend these classes.
Shorts and tee shirt are fine.
Purely drilling 3min switching – whatever drills you want to perfect with your partner. Drills will be set for those with no idea, but the point of the class is to give the student a chance to practice the moves they are interested in under supervision.
Time after class for students to either continue sparring, rolling, drilling, stretching, asking questions or just chilling
Unsupervised by the coaches, students can arrange times with other students to drill and practice their game and go over their strengths and weaknesses. Focused and intelligent practice will speed up the learning process.
You need to be a member, inform us that what time you will be training, and sweep the mat area afterwards.