The BJJ classes cover a wide variety of techniques and drills to take a student from beginner to advanced. Students in these classes wear the traditional Jiu-Jitsu Gi, also known as a kimono. You can take a look at the multimedia gallery to see what a Gi looks like. These classes provide the foundation for all of your grappling training and should be an integral part of your training regimen. It is also suggested that students train in both Gi and No-Gi classes to develop a well rounded game. All of our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes are open to students of all skill levels beginner through advanced.
This class is recommended for White belts with two stripes or less, with a focus on developing and refining the foundational mechanics of their technique as well as their understanding of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and the base principles which make it one of the most effective martial arts in the world. Students in this class will be taught in a structured progression to help them retain the techniques and build a strong foundation and understanding of the art.
Submission Grappling (No Gi)
This class is dedicated to training without the traditional BJJ uniform and is an integral part of becoming a well rounded grappler. All students are encouraged to incorporate No Gi into their training regimen and not become overly reliant on having material to grab, as your technique should be effective regardless of the addition or subtraction of attire.
The competition class is in place to help students further their understanding of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s application in real life and competition type settings. The class is open to everyone and includes more sparring time and drills to help you improve faster. This is a required class for those who want to compete under the Foster Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu/One Jiu-Jitsu competition team, it is also highly recommended for those who do not compete and are serious about becoming more well rounded in the art.
Simply put, open mat is the ideal time for a student to get extra training time on the mat, either practicing technique or sparring with a training partner. It’s also a great opportunity to ask the instructor any questions you have about Jiu-Jitsu, exercise, diet, etc.
This class is focused on helping Blue belts and above further refine specific areas of their game through a group Q&A workshop format lead by Professor Foster and other advanced instructors providing their insight and guidance.
Drilling & Live Training
A specialized class format focused on targeted drills intended to improve specific areas of the student’s game, followed by an hour of situational sparring drills, and standard sparring.
White belt fundamentals w q&a
This class is focused on the core principles, techniques, and movements all White belts should have a solid grasp of, along with a Q&A portion where Professor Foster personally provides insight based off each individual’s specific questions and concerns regarding positions, techniques, training advice, etc.
Jitz with hitz bjj self defense
The focus of this class is the self defense application of Jiu-Jitsu when strikes are incorporated in real world scenarios.
Our kids Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Self Defense classes will help your child develop self confidence, discipline, respect, and coordination while training in a fun and exciting family atmosphere. They will learn the fundamental movements of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu while interacting with other children their age.
Kid’s BJJ 101
This class is recommended for students with two stripes on their White belt or less, with a focus on improving their overall understanding of BJJ fundamentals, positions, and movement.
A private lesson is a one on one training session between the student and FBJJ Head Coach, James Foster. The purpose of these lessons is to focus on the individual needs of each student and to help them develop their own strategies and style. Private lessons are ideal for those who want to drastically improve their technique and conditioning in a short period of time. Private lessons are available for individual students, or small groups of 1-4 students*. To schedule a private lesson please call: (253)-208-3270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Group discounts are available, please call or email for more information.