Yes, you can; however, it is not recommended. Jiu-Jitsu is not just an activity to try. It is an education no different than any other subject matter you wish to master. To become proficient, you must have dedication, passion and the willingness to understand this learning takes time.  Therefore, we recommend all students attend classes for at least two years.

This is a situation only you can resolve. If you feel your child genuinely needs and will benefit from Jiu-Jitsu, we recommend trying hard to convince your child. Our instructors have a great deal of experience with this matter and are more than happy to assist in any way. We often ask if your child told you they were no longer interested in attending school, would you let them?

According to our academys student agreement, you can place your account on hold for a specific amount of time.

Absolutely not! Our fundamentals classes do not require any extraordinary amount of physical ability. Its often been said Waiting to start Jiu-Jitsu until youre in shape is like waiting to start school until youre smart.

All students are required to have a  solid, plain White Kimono and a solid, plain, Navy Blue crew neck compression shirt (Rash Guard).

Adults and advanced youth are required to have both boxing and grappling gloves.

Yes. However, we as an academy do not participate in competitions but are more than happy to discuss them with you.

No, we understand life can frequently interrupt schedules. Our class curriculums are revolving so any missed class will rotate around quickly.

Yes. You can request a private lesson from one of the instructors; although, private lessons have a separate fee.

Promotions are a combination of a set of criteria and tests. Attendance, behavior, attitude, helpfulness, etc. as well as the actual skills testing.

As with any physical activity there is always a risk of injury. With Jiu-Jitsu, there is a considerable amount of live, physical interaction; this can raise the risk. However, we pride ourselves on making every effort to ensure all students understand and abide by our safety policies and Jiu-Jitsu etiquettes therefore greatly reducing the risk of injury. There is no way to completely eliminate the risk of injury; However, serious injuries are extremely rare.


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