Monday 6:45 – 8:00pm (Blue Belt Program)
Tuesday 6.45pm – 8:00pm (GI)
Wednesday 6.30pm – 8:00pm (No GI)
Thursday 6:30pm8:00pm (GI)
Saturday 9.00am – 10.00am (No Gi)

Non timetabled classes sometimes scheduled Monday, Wednesday & Friday 6.00am – 7.00am depending on Instructors shift work availability.

Generally all classes begin with short warm up drills, stretching and/or technical skills free practice.

Classes usually include technique practice, followed by drills involving the just learned technique, then a free training session.

Saturday sessions are normally set aside for free training and timed competition rounds. Preparing the student for competitions and challenging themselves to defeat their opponent before the time runs out.

Coaching and guidance is still provided on Saturdays, yet competition scoring and strategies are a focus. New students are encouraged to join straight in or come and watch a Saturday session.
There is no better substitute to improve in BJJ than training hard and practicing for competition!


Pee Wee Kids Classes (ages 5-8 mixed class)**
Tuesday 5.30pm – 6.00pm (Gi)

Thursday 5.15pm – 5.45pm (Gi)
Saturday 8.00am – 8.45am (Gi)

Our Pee Wee’s program provides the basic fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in a fun learning environment creating confidence, developing proprioception, building agility and strength, caring for others and building to future goals.

Sometimes our Pee Wee’s may not look as though they are paying attention however, they are able to apply technique taught in practical application through wrestling, this is where they shine.

We hope that you experience our Pee Wee’s program and all the benefits that it delivers.

**Pee Wee classes run during school terms only


Junior Kids Classes (ages 9-15 mixed class)**
Tuesday 6.00pm – 6.45pm (Gi)
Wednesday 5.30pm – 6.30pm (No Gi)
Thursday 5.45pm – 6.30pm (Gi)

Our Juniors program (9-15yrs) is designed to develop fundamental skills such as agility, balance and co-ordination as well as developing resilience, focus and confidence through basic techniques.

Through these techniques the juniors are able to connect the techniques together and find their own way of attacking and defending when wrestling.

Generally all classes begin with short warm up drills, stretching, or partner assisted strength and conditioning exercises.

Classes usually include technique practice, followed by drills involving the just learned technique, then a free training session.

Every class incorporates free training (free rolling) to allow students the opportunity to test out their skills under resistance and to increase their awareness of body mechanics, timing, weight distribution and leverage.

Games are incorporated into Kids Classes to teach them fundamental movements by making it FUN!

**Junior classes run during school terms only



Monday 5.30pm – 6:45pm
The intention is to give women a chance to try out BJJ in as supportive and encouraging an environment as possible. They can then feel confident about joining the mixed BJJ classes further down the line. No experience necessary, so complete beginners are very welcome!


Gi Classes
A ‘Gi (also called a Kimono) is a traditional martial arts uniform, similar to a Karate or Judo uniform that is worn in most traditional Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Classes. A ‘Gi’ class involved wearing the gi during training and using all parts of the uniform for grabbing and leverage.

No Gi Classes
Our No Gi Classes involve no uniform and typically shorts and a rashguard.  It is the same in nature to a traditional Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class only there is no grabbing of clothing involved.

Open Mat
‘Open Mat’ sessions are classes dedicated to open or free training in which students are free to choose how they train.  This is often popular for tournament training as people can challenge themselves during timed rounds.


Classes & Timetable