Brazilian Jiu Jitsu  (BJJ)

BJJ is a form of submission grappling, similar to a style of wrestling.  There are two types, with and without a gi (uniform). In both types we train to engage an opponent, take them down to the floor and move into a position where we are able to force them to submit, or tap out.

This is a perfect style for self defense when striking an opponent is not advisable. It’s also the primary form of submission grappling in everything from the UFC to the U.S. Army Combatives Program.

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A martial art form that uses punches, kicks, knees and elbows while standing or clinched with an opponent.

Kickboxing classes are perfect whether you just want an aerobic workout or if you want to learn how to be a competitive fighter.


Judo is a martial art and combat sport where the goal is to throw, trip or otherwise take your opponent to the ground and then immobilize or submit them. We teach a variety of throws and take downs as well as the proper ways to fall and land when being taken down.


(ages 8 and Up) –  Punches, kicks, and self defense techniques taught in a traditional martial arts style. This form of karate, Shotokan Karate, is divided into three parts: kihon (basics), kata (forms or patterns of moves), and kumite (sparring).


Takedowns- This class teaches the techniques of wrestling style takedowns. Perfect for anyone that is trying to strengthen their takedown offense or defense. Suitable for jiu-jitsu or MMA.

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)

To be an MMA fighter you need to do more than learn how to strike and how to grapple, you need to know how to combine the different arts effectively. 

In a regular Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class you won’t necessarily learn how to submit someone that is punching you, or learn how to stand up from grappling because they aren’t standard skills in BJJ.  In a kickboxing class you won’t learn how to kick or punch with the thought that your opponent may try to take you down to the ground, that’s not part of kickboxing. MMA classes are for students that want to learn how to combine the different arts and become a well-rounded fighter.   Our MMA 101 class requires no experience or prior knowledge. This is suitable whether you are planning to be or fighter, or just want to train like one. However, if you are planning on being an MMA fighter, click here for more information.