Movement drills are part of every training session

Movement drills are part of every training session

Techniques are taught in every class

Techniques are taught in every class


BJJ is a martial art, combat sport and self-defence system with its primary focus in ground fighting and grappling.

Learn a variety of different submissions

Learn a variety of different submissions

Formed in the early 20th century from a traditional Judo background, BJJ established its own application of ground fighting through experimentation and practice of various techniques.

By applying the laws of physics such as leverage, momentum, balance and centre of gravity awareness, combined with a proper technique, BJJ enables a smaller, weaker person to defeat a larger and stronger opponent.

The main concept is to bring your opponent to the ground by controlling the position and applying a submission hold in the form of a joint lock or chokehold.  Bringing the fight to the ground also minimises the effects of superior reach and more powerful strikes by the opponent.

BJJ can be used as self-defence or for sport.  Sparring and technical drills are used to teach the ability to defend and even attack from many different positions.

What will you learn?

  • knowledge of key elements in all basic positions
  • passes and transitions
  • escapes and reversals
  • sweeps
  • movement drills
  • partner drills
  • basic and advanced submission techniques
  • self-defence strategies

How will you benefit?

  • Increased fitness
  • Increased motor control
  • Reduced stress
  • Ability to defend yourself
  • Weight loss
  • Make new friends

When are the classes?

Monday - 8.15pm to 9.15pm

Tuesday - 8.00pm to 9.00pm

Wednesday - 8.15pm to 9.15pm (No Gi)

Thursday - 7.00pm to 8.00pm

*times may vary during school holidays. For more information check the timetable here.

Be part of a great team.

Be part of a great team.

Learn to control your opponent

Learn to control your opponent