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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Coming soon to ARC!

Join us on the mats with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ)¬†¬†ūü홬†

Discover the power of martial arts! BJJ
 is a fun martial art that teaches you how to use technique and leverage to defend yourself, no matter your size or ability. Boost confidence, defense skills, and resilience on and off the mats. Join our program with your fellow ARC community. - Suitable for all skill levels

What is Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ)?
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, often abbreviated as BJJ, is a martial art and combat sport that focuses on ground fighting and grappling techniques. It emphasises leverage and technique to control and submit opponents, making it suitable for practitioners of all ages and sizes.
Is BJJ suitable for beginners?
Absolutely! BJJ is welcoming to beginners and offers a structured learning environment to help individuals progress at their own pace. Our instructors are experienced in teaching beginners and will provide guidance every step of the way!
Do I need prior martial arts experience to start BJJ?
No prior martial arts experience is necessary to start learning BJJ. Our classes cater to individuals of all skill levels, from complete beginners to advanced practitioners.
Do I need to spar (roll) in BJJ classes?
While sparring, known as rolling, is an integral part of BJJ training, participation is optional. Beginners can choose to observe or participate in drills until they feel comfortable engaging in sparring sessions.
Are there belt promotions in BJJ?
Yes! BJJ utilises a belt system to signify skill level and progress. Students start with a white belt and progress through various coloured belts (blue, purple, brown, and black) as they demonstrate proficiency in techniques and knowledge.
Is BJJ safe for teens?
Yes, BJJ is a safe martial art for teens when taught by qualified instructors in a controlled environment. Our classes focus on skill development, discipline, and respect, emphasising safety at all times.

Benefits

  • ‚ÄčLearn new self-defence skills
  • Build your mental resilience
  • Escape from daily stress
  • Get to know other members
  • Increase your confidence on and off the mat.
  • Burn up to 700 calories per classs
Benefits
  • We anticipate to start this program in Spring 2024

    Days:         Tuesdays, Friday, Weekends
    Times:       Morning and Evening 
    Duration:  1 hour
  • This is being rolled out to members aged 14+

    For all abilities and skill levels - Beginners welcome!

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