Schedule & Cost

Classes at Fitness4life are above Poundland on Kings Heath High Street (Men Only Gym)
Classes at Fearless are in Hockley (in Red / Mixed Adult)
Classes at Bishop Challoner Sports Centre behind Poundland (in Purple/ Mixed Adult & Children aged 11 to 16)
(schedule updated 3rd August 2017) – (click table to enlarge in new window)
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£50 a month for unlimited BJJ & Submission Grappling Classes (80+ sessions a month)
£40 ^ for Uni & College students & Unemployed
£30 for Two weeks unlimited (40+ sessions)
£7 per session Adults
£5 per session Child (Bishop Challenor)
£10 per session Parent/Guardian + Child (Bishop Challoner)

For Gi Classes, you will also need to purchase a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Kimono/gi (cheapest being around £46 which can be bought by yourselves or with our assistance, a Judo Gi can also be used as an alternative)
For Submission Grappling just a tee shirt and a pair of shorts are fine, to begin with.

Gym members may use the weights and mat space at all times (see Chiu about gym membership as Team Renegade get a special offer)

You will also need to become a member of the club for insurance purposes which cost £15 pounds paid annually through:
http://ukbjja.org/individual-member-registration/

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21 thoughts on “Schedule & Cost”

  1. Hi Thomas, they are on Tuesdays and Fridays. Tuesday starts at 6:15 and Friday 6:30

  2. Is there a new class on mondays thanks

  3. Hi, is there only one no Gi class per week in the fitness4life above poundland: (wed at 12) Thanks.

  4. Hi,can you please confirm the timetable on here is correct? As I went in the gym and it was totally different. Can you confirm there is a day class on a Monday? Thanks.

    • sorry, don’t know if we replied to you. The timetable on here is the correct timetable. They’ve updated the system at the gym too. Sorry for the inconvenience, best, chiu

  5. Love_Jiujitsu said:

    Hi

    love your website 🙂 great to know your not asking for minimum 6 month subscription via Direct debit 🙂

    What’s the turnout like at the Friday no gi roll? and does it cost £6?
    cheers
    Jack

    • hi jack, no contracts, if you enjoy training with us then it’s £6 a class, if you enjoy training lots with us then you can pay a monthly fee instead, and you can switch at your convenience.

      We usually get around half a dozen or more for the 11:00 am roll, but during Ramadan they’ll be a fair few missing

  6. Joseph Adams said:

    Hiya amazing website 🙂 can see the passion you guys have.

    Please can you let me know if the no gi grappling class’s in kings heath are still running?

    What will i need to attend a class? Sorry i am new to this and really haven’t got a clue and have never attended a martial arts class. Hope you can help guys.Sorry for the stupid questions 😀

    Many Thanks
    Joey

    • Hi Joseph,

      Yes they are still running. Just as the schedule indicates. Best classes to attend are the fundamental ones, though you can attend the no gi ones if you wish. For submission Grappling: shorts & rashguard preferred but tee shirt will do. For all other classes you will need a gi/kimono. We can probably lend you a top

      • Joseph Adams said:

        Thanks , i guess I’ll try the Fundamental Gi Classes too. Finally who is currently instructing the No GI classes in Kings Heath? Is it still Mr Breese and Mr Miah?

        Many thanks Joey (Joseph)

      • Yes, unless they are away on training camps or competitions Tom Breese teaches on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday daytime, Chris Miah on Wednesday day and Friday evening. Myself and Tom Caughey on Monday and Thursday evening at Fearless.

  7. Joseph Adams said:

    Thanks for your help and information . I will be starting first week of April fingers crossed. Cheers Joey.

  8. Hi,
    There are different types of BJJ classes can you explain each of them please. Also what is Gi Class?

    • Hi Ubaid. The submission Grappling classes are without a Kimono. Dressed in either rashguard or tee shirt and shorts /spats you learn to grapple, control and submit your opponent. Similar to what you may see in mixed martial arts. The BJJ Gi classes are where you wear a Kimono similar to that in Judo, and you focus on controlling and submitting your opponent with the added use of gripping your opponents jacket or trousers. The Fundamental classes are all with Gi and are suitable for beginners, but you are welcome to attend any of the classes to see what suits you.

  9. Hi, I want to come and train but have never done BJJ before so don’t have a gi. Would that mean I’d be better starting with a no gi class or could I do a BJJ fundimentals class without one to start with before buying a gi if I like it?

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