Frequently Asked Questions

Not at all. You’ll find that our classes for beginners are the perfect way to build up your overall fitness level regardless of your physical condition. Good luck!

Absolutely, you can come and watch a class. And when you're ready to try it yourself, take advantage of our free one-on-one introductory class with our head instructor.
Yes, we have many female students who train in our gym. Female students usually pair with other female students during training, although that’s by choice and not a requirement.
Yes. You can purchase a 10-classes package for $150. You will have 3 months to use these classes. Drop-in fee for visitors is $25 per class per person.
BJJ is an acronym for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
We offer 4 main types of classes: Gi, No Gi, Kids, and Tiny Tots.
  • Gi Classes: Gi is a traditional martial arts uniform originating in Japan, which is currently worn by Jiu Jitsu practitioners. Our classes in the gi are further separated into three categories: Fundamentals, Intermediate and Advanced.
  • No-Gi Classes: For the No-Gi class, students wear a rash guard and shorts. This class is ideal for students who are interested in MMA-style grappling.
  • Kids Classes: Kids classes (ages 5 through 13) focus on the fundamentals of self-defense and anti-bullying techniques.
  • Tiny Tots Classes: for ages 2-5.
Usually, students own multiple gis. Even if you are a beginner, it’s good to own at least two or three gis.
Unlike most schools, we don’t allow beginner students to roll right away. This reduces the risk of injury. For the first 3 months of classes beginner students focus solely on improving their fitness and learning basic techniques. Only when we are sure our students are ready do we allow them to roll together so that we can ensure the safety of everyone.
Our instructors, Raul and Roberto Jimenez, have both reached the absolute pinnacle of the sport. Both are IBJJF, Pan American, and European Champions. The IBJJF (International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation) hosts the biggest and most prestigious Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournaments in the world.

Roberto Jimenez was ranked the #1 juvenile blue belt in the world, winning both his weight and absolute division in 2016 and 2017. He was also the first athlete, at only 16 years old, to win the Royal tournament, an invitation-only event.
One aspect that truly sets us apart from other jiu jitsu schools is our world-class instructors. They are jiu jitsu champions who have won countless titles across various tournaments.