Our Jiu-Jitsu curriculum is broken down into 5-week blocks. Each block covers a sequence of techniques. Video recordings of the techniques of the current block are available on our Vimeo channel
Note: Little Kids program (5-6yo) doesn’t always follow this structure but instead focuses on games that help students build a strong foundation around the main Jiu-Jitsu positions.
Our Striking curriculum is also broken down into 5-week blocks.
Typical week structure:
Note: Attending striking classes does not go toward a student’s promotion in Jiu-Jitsu. We also do not implement a striking ranking system.
Students are encouraged to review the techniques at home with their siblings or parents as long as it is playful and not forceful
Please watch our video tutorial and practice at home.
The reasons to wear the Jiu-Jitsu Gi are:
Parents have an important role in their children’s progress. Here are the 5 best practices we recommend our parents:
This is an excellent guide for parents
Jiu-Jitsu is not easy. It is physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding. Few students may show signs they want to quit before their first belt promotion which is in 6 to 12 months. If your child has lost motivation, please reach out so we can discuss potential options. Sometimes it doesn’t take much to build back a student’s interest. A simple discussion can uncover why the student is no longer having fun. Making small adjustments in their next classes, attending other classes, or doing a private class can put your child back on track.
Cancel ahead (4 hours prior to class) on Zenplanner in order to book a make-up class within the same week, or reach out as early as possible for us to help you book it this week or the following week.