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BJJ Fundamentals

Focus on the core self-defense principles of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Expect a light workout and to discuss and experiment with different positions. All levels.

BJJ Advanced

Open to all levels, this class focuses on the tactics and strategy used at the highest levels of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. You will be drilling movements you are currently working on and sparring from the shared position-of-the-month, with a focus on skill development and building muscle memory.

Competition Training

This class is geared to active competitors. We focus on sharpening skills though task-based games and building competitive spirit, working to score in high-pressure situations.

Morning Movement

Medium-intensity calisthenics, jiu-jitsu, & stretching: start your day off with morning movement to get your blood pumping and leave feeling refreshed. 

Open Mat

Jiu jitsu Gi and No-Gi mixed-level sparring with your teammates. You'll have the opportunity to practice your skills in real time and learn from students of all skill and experience levels.

Forget about the world and catch some mat time from 7:00 pm till the last roller goes home.


A Russian martial art incorporating Judo, striking, and upper and lower body submission holds. This class will primarily focus on takedowns and conditioning to complement the ground skills of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Situational Sparring & Guided Drilling

Guided drilling can focus on your favorite skills from the week or the coach's choice from the position-of-the-month. Situational-sparring will be from position/s-of-the-month. A great warm up for open mat and for reinforcing what you have worked on throughout the week.


Taught by Mind-Body Therapist Kristi Jenkins of Yoga Mouth Collective.

  • Yoga Strong combines functional strength training, body awareness, and breath work with weights, resistance bands, and cardio to build endurance and lean muscles. Open to everyone; drop-in fee for non-members.

  • Yoga Therapy focuses on your physical, emotional, and mental health through movement flows, mindfulness practices, stretching, and relaxation. Kristi will guide you in addressing chronic pain, tightness, lack of flexibility, and stress. Open to everyone; drop-in fee for non-members.

Youth BJJ Classes

All ages learn how to handle difficult social situations, safely gain control of physical confrontations, and practice setting physical boundaries with appropriate use of force by controlling and negotiating instead of punching and kicking. Fighting fire with water.

  • Ages 4-6 Class: Introduces youth to the basics of Jiu Jitsu through simple drilling and games to help them get comfortable with rough play and physical contact. Class focuses on how to subdue an aggressor.

  • Ages 7-13 Class: While still focusing on self defense, this class introduces modern sport Jiu Jitsu techniques: a variety of guards, sweeps, and finishing combinations.

Home School Youth BJJ, ages 6-14

Introduce coordination, agility, and heart healthy activity into your child's home school experience while building relationships with others in the homeschool community.​

In this class your child will learn:

  • skills to deal with difficult social situations

  • verbally set boundaries and the physical skills to back them up

  • when and how to say no

  • self-defense skills in a safe, clean environment

  • rough and tumble activities, great for exercise and character building


This class can fulfill the physical education class requirement for your home school instruction program.

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