BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU LESSONS
All lessons begin with a sport specific warm-
Sparring plays a vital role in the study of BJJ. It is of the utmost importance that practitioners are able to apply the techniques learned under the pressure of a ‘live’ situation. The understanding of proper structure, weight distribution and the sense of timing needed to do this successfully can only be developed during sparring with a resisting opponent. The beauty of BJJ is that practitioners can ‘roll’ as hard as they wish without any real risk of injury.
All aspects of Jiu-
GI & NO GI LESSONS
The ‘kimono’ or ‘gi’ is the official uniform of Jiu-
The importance of training both in and out of the gi is a hotly debated discussion within the BJJ community. Both are necessary to develop a well rounded fighter. Because Rickson Gracie Jiu-
Just like the lessons in the gi, all aspects of Jiu-
SUNDAY MORNING SESSIONS
Lessons on a Sunday morning are custom made to suit the people on the mat that day. Positions are covered with a Q&A approach in order to accommodate each individual's needs. Mat time is also provided so that everyone present can work on what they personally wish to work on, wether that be the drilling of technique or sparring.
Participants are requested to bring both a gi and a rashguard / T-
|Monday||20:00 - 21:30||BJJ (Gi - All Levels)||Russ Homer|
|Wednesday||20:00 - 21:30||BJJ (Gi Fundamentals - All Levels)||Russ Homer / Stefan Mulder|
|Thursday||20:00 - 21:30||BJJ (No Gi - All Levels)||Russ Homer|
|Friday||20:00 - 21:30||BJJ (Gi - All Levels)||Stefan Mulder|
|Sunday||10:30 - 12:00||BJJ Open Training||Russ Homer|