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Jiu Jitsu Classes in East Village

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is known as the combat sports game of chess. Meet the full intersection of power and stamina with the best BJJ classes in East Village. Find yourself advancing in the mental game, creating intense core strength, and learning how to grapple. BJJ in East Village brings the best of combat arts, strength training and self defense.

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Experience valuable instruction from beginner to advanced levels with award-winning coaches in East Village. Find the practicality and fun of BJJ with different holds, passes, guards and working with a partner. Our leading instruction, class design & coaches offer classes with gi and no-gi, warm-ups, drills, conditioning and techniques.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for Beginners to Advanced

Learn BJJ with specialized program design and top-performing coaches for beginner and advanced levels with the opportunity to compete along the way. BJJ beginner classes in East Village focus on fundamentals and warm-up drills to increase flexibility, endurance, strength and confidence on the mats. Intermediate BJJ classes in East Village work on training the mind and increase the complexity of drills. Advance classes take skill into application and strategy.

Frequently Asked Questions

BJJ is one of the fastest growing martial arts. It is a sport, self-defense system, and fitness program. BJJ focuses on grappling and ground fighting with the goal of getting into a position to make an opponent to submit.
Yes! BJJ originated for those who are smaller to then learn defense against those who are bigger. It is a sport for anyone to try.
Some classes require a gi, and some do not. We have some extras available and have some BXNG gis for you to purchase!
If it is a no-gi class, we recommend a rash guard and shorts - whatever is the most comfortable for you!
We take the safety of our members very seriously. Our mat etiquette, class design, and practice processes help to ensure the safety of our students.
The journey to a black belt is an admirable one. Each person is unique but the journey usually lasts between 8-15 years.
We all start from somewhere and the most important piece is that you simply start. You do not need to be in good shape to start off, but BJJ will certainly help you reach those goals.