Adult Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is the core art taught at the Marra Senki Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is the art that we teach as developed by the Gracie family of Brazil. Even though BJJ contains standup techniques for winning a fight, it is famous for its devastating ground fighting techniques. BJJ was specifically developed to allow a smaller person to defeat a larger person by sophisticated application of leverage and technique. Gaining superior position on your opponent and applying a myriad of chokes, holds, locks and joint manipulations becomes the foundation for this fun martial art. BJJ is normally performed in a gi (kimono), which serves as a training tool and gives the student a greater element of control.

Family Fitness, Self-Defense & Fun

Family Fitness, Self-Defense and Fun is at the core of our curriculum.  We offer a unique opportunity for families to train during the same times in the same art/sport, while being in separate age appropriate training areas.  This allows families to get more training in less amount of time while saving on traveling times, and expenses, not to mention the logistics of getting the entire family to different locations or at different times.

Is Jiu-Jitsu safe?

At Marra Senki BJJ Academy safety is paramount. Accidents may happen, however, lack of seriousness during training and the resultant careless application of technique or counters contribute greatly to injury. Careless practice is disrespectful to the spirit of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and we do not allow it. Our team is mostly made of proffesionals from all walks of life.  Though our training style is designed to push the body it isn’t intened to cause unnessecery injury or harm.  Providing that the student trains with care, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can be enjoyed as a lifelong lifestyle.

Still interested?

Visit us and take advantage of our FREE Trial.  Best days to take advantage of this is Monday to Friday. Fitted short sleeve crew neck t-shirt and shorts that can be secured around the waist is recomended.  All jewlery must be removed prior to getting on the mats to train.