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All Levels

Our BJJ All Levels course is designed to help students of all skill levels improve their technique and sparring abilities. The class begins with a warm-up drill, followed by a technical sequence where students can ask questions and practice the techniques taught. We then move on to specific training drills before finishing the class with open sparring. To participate in this class, students must be at least 16 years old and in good physical health.

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In our BJJ Beginner course, we focus on the foundations of BJJ. Our students learn movements, principles, and concepts that will support their understanding of techniques. There are a few types of beginner classes, and they are all recommended for those in their first few months of training and for those with blue belts. It is also a good class for those returning to BJJ after a long break. The NoGI and GI courses complement each other as both classes focus on different styles that can be combined in various ways. The Beginner Introductory class is especially recommended for those with no previous BJJ experience who are looking for a trial class. Classes follow a structure of a quick warm-up, followed by the explanation of concepts, the demonstration of concepts through a technique, and then the application of concepts and technique in a game called “King on the mat” which aims at a specific objective

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BJJ Kids Playing

(5+ Years Old)

The BJJ kids Playing Group from 5 years is a new concept in our DOJO. We combine the advantages of getting started in contact sports with many playful elements. The aim is to support the children cognitively, physically, and emotionally by guiding them through appropriate exercise offers and, simultaneously, getting to know rules and proper behavior in the playing situation. We focus on improving their motor skills through specially developed movements inspired by Jiu-Jitsu, Yoga, and other elements/disciplines. Children will playfully build body awareness and self-confidence and learn respect and self-control. By making new friends and sharing experiences, they will learn how to communicate effectively and develop good friendships with their fellow players.

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BJJ Kids Learning

(7-12 Years Old)

Kids between 7-12 also benefit significantly from BJJ. They learn to stay calm under pressure, deal with physical confrontation and de-escalate conflicts. In addition, training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a great way to improve physical and mental fitness and learn empathy with others.

The BJJ Kids Learning Group is recommended for children who are already emotionally and psychologically able to concentrate and have the goal of learning BJJ as a contact sport. After an active warm-up, the children are already introduced to technique training. The short, basal, and precise techniques should then be repeated independently by the children among themselves or with the (auxiliary) trainers. In this controlled environment, they learn to remain calm under pressure, deal with physical confrontation, and defuse tensions and conflicts. The class usually ends with a free application phase, which allows the children to get to know their abilities and strength. Above all, however, they learn to deal with success and failure carefully with their partner. The way Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is being taught in the this group is a great way to improve physical and mental fitness and empathy towards others.

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BJJ Teens Application

(13-16 Years Old)

The Teens Application Group is a group only for those who are seriously interested in learning this sport. Here, the ability to concentrate and discipline is required. The BJJ DOJO reserves the right to transfer children and young people who are not yet ready to participate successfully in this group to the “playing group” as well as the “learning group.” The training is age-appropriate but dispenses with playful elements in favor of the performance aspect.

A warm-up with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu-related movements takes place, which is then followed by a technical part. Adolescents of similar stature repeat the techniques and can be corrected by the trainer. There is always the possibility to ask questions, which shows the trainer that the child/adolescent is actively participating. The training ends with a free sparring phase that allows the children and adolescents to apply their skills, try out what they have learned, or experiment in a safe environment.

This group helps the children and adolescents better understand themselves and their bodies and how they quickly end physical conflict situations and leave them unscathed. In addition, it prepares for transitioning to regular training and supports those interested in competitions.

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At our Dojo, we offer two Yoga courses: “Yoga and Mobility for BJJ” and “Sustainable Yoga.” But what sets these two classes apart?

Our “Yoga and Mobility” course is designed specifically to help our BJJ students improve their technique by incorporating essential exercises that promote flexibility, concentration, and proper breath control. In addition to its benefits for BJJ training, this class is also open to anyone looking to try an out-of-the-box Yoga practice. By integrating Yoga into your training regimen, you can help prevent injuries and improve the overall quality of your Jiu-Jitsu practice.

Our “Sustainable Yoga” is a restorative Yoga class that helps our students relax and find some quiet time to recharge. BJJ can be physically and mentally demanding, and sometimes our bodies need a break from the rigors of training. This class is especially recommended for those who may be injured or simply in need of a gentler, more sustainable Yoga practice.

Jiu-Jitsu can be tough on the body, which is why it is important to take care of ourselves both on and off the mat. Combining a regular Yoga practice with your training can help heal and nourish your body, ultimately revolutionizing your Jiu-Jitsu. But be warned: once you experience the benefits of Yoga, it is hard to go back! Your body will thank you for the extra attention and care.

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“In our Movement course, we incorporate elements of yoga and movements inspired by animal movements to help improve mobility, flexibility, and body awareness. Based on the principles of “Ginastica Natural,” which emphasizes both strengthening and stretching the body, this class is suitable for yogis, martial artists, and anyone looking for a new and unique workout.

Movement is essential for practicing BJJ, particularly for those who may struggle with understanding techniques. By breaking down specific movements into solo drills, students can improve their motor skills and gain a better understanding of how their bodies move. In addition to its benefits for BJJ training, the Movement course also provides students with the essential requirements for overall fitness and flexibility.

This course is not just for BJJ students – it is open to anyone looking to improve their movement skills and overall physical well-being. Whether you are a seasoned martial artist or new to fitness, the Movement course has something to offer for everyone.”

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