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  • What should I expect on my first day of class?
    Relax! We understand this might be your first time ever trying martial arts. You can come and observe a class before you decide to join in, or you can jump right in and train with us. Here are some things to keep in mind when you decide to join us for a class: - Jiujitsu is a close contact martial art. You will be assigned a higher-level training partner on your first day to ensure your safety while you watch and learn. - In Jiujitsu we don't wear shoes or socks. Please keep in mind that personal hygiene is extremely important, including clipped nails and clean clothing. - At our facility, we encourage men and women to train together. If you would prefer to train with only women, or only men, please let us know ahead of time so we are aware of your personal preference. We encourage prospective students to try at least three classes before making a definite decision. We hope you have a wonderful first class!
  • What should I expect for my child's first day of class?
    We are excited that you are interested in signing up your little one(s) to our gym! Here are some things to prepare for on their first class: - Hygiene is extremely important at our facility. All of our students are asked to maintain clean and clipped nails, and a general level of cleanliness before entering the mats. - Don't worry if your child doesn't have a gi to train in. They can come to their first class wearing appropriate workout attire. Preferably loose fit clothing with no pockets. A gi will be provided at sign-up. - No shoes on the mats. We spend all of our time training on them, so it's important to preserve their integrity so they last us a long time!
  • What does my 7 day free trial include?
    It includes access to all of our classes for 7 consecutive days, excluding private lessons. You're welcome to come to observe, or train if you prefer.
  • What is a gi?
    A gi is a traditional Jiujitsu attire. You can find them at reasonable pricing on Amazon or various websites. Let us know if you need help finding the right size or kind for you!
  • What do the different belts mean?
    This is a loaded question, and one that you will understand as you train more frequently. Here is a link that might help you understand the belt system according to IBJJF, but belts will always be awarded at the discretion of the coach.
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