- Beginner course
It is designed to introduce new practitioners to martial art's fundamental principles and techniques. In a beginner course, you can expect to learn the basic principles of BJJ, such as body positioning, control, and submission holds. You will also learn how to roll (spar) safely and effectively, and you will have the opportunity to practice and drill specific techniques
- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ)
In BJJ, practitioners aim to control and submit their opponents using various holds, locks, and chokeholds. BJJ training typically involves sparring (also known as "rolling"), drilling-specific techniques, and conditioning exercises. BJJ is often trained in a gi (a martial arts uniform).
- NoGi / Grappling
No-gi (also known as "no-gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu" or "submission wrestling") is a style of martial art and combat sport that is similar to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), but is practiced without the traditional gi (martial arts uniform). In no-gi, practitioners wear shorts and a rashguard (a type of moisture-wicking shirt) or spats (tight-fitting pants).
Our fundamental Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) class is designed for practitioners who have gone through a beginner course with us or elsewhere. The class includes technique drills, concepts, and positional mission-oriented sparring. These classes are essential for new practitioners/white belts and are often the foundation for more advanced training.
- Open mats
Open mats can be a good opportunity for practitioners to get extra training, work on specific techniques, or just roll (spar) with other people. Art Of Ground Games hold open mats on a weekly or monthly basis, and they can be a good way for practitioners to stay active and improve their skills.