No. Beginner classes focus on teaching basic techniques and safety, and you can then work your way up to controlled sparring in class.
Yes, we are a firm believer in this, this sport helps build confidence and self-esteem and help them in school.
Yes we have places for both female and males to change before and after classes
We need to make sure the safety of all students and make sure all nails are short and clean due to we use out hands in the sport. Having long nails could hurt yourself or teammates.
We tell everyone please keep at home or bring a bag to put your personal belonging in. Having earrings are very dangerous for not only you but your teammates, watches on wrist could prevent not doing a position correctly as well as hurt yourself or break. Necklaces can get broken/pulled during class since we do chokes.
A please bring water with you, a towel if you feel you would need it easy in and out shoes to slip on and off mat, since there are no shoes allowed on mat.
You should wear comfortable clothes for sports, women should wear t shirt or tank tops that are not low cut, men need to wear shirts under uniforms, protective wear for men.
We follow the IBJJF rank system for all of our students.
The ages groups are meant to help everyone learn at there own level and still feel part of the team even if they are just starting 4-6 years old, 7-10 years old, 10-14 years old, 15-up.
We start them at 4 years old and up never too old to start something new, we are here to help you and understand your needs.