When you arrive at CAZA for a free trial ** as someone new to BJJ, the process is straightforward. It goes something like this:
You don’t have to remember all of this. One of the members will be happy to help or answer any questions you may have on the day.
Just try to remember that we don’t ever wear anything on our feet when we walk onto the training mats.
Absolutely not! If you are thinking about trying Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at CAZA BJJ and are worried, don’t be. We have a very friendly bunch of instructors and students and there is no macho or ego.
CAZA is also attracting an ever-growing number of female members, which is always a good sign in a martial arts gym. While men and women train together in the adult classes (women’s only classes excluded, of course), you are welcome to practice with the same sex only if you prefer.
People tend to love our classes so much, that most of our new member sign-ups happen upon completion of trial lessons. From that moment on, you become part of the CAZA BJJ family!
While we offer one free trial ** lesson, you may want more time to decide if you should sign up as a full member of CAZA. This is where a ten-lesson pass can be very useful.
A ten lesson pass will allow you to come down for more lessons and provide an opportunity to meet more of our team. You will have a good idea of what you want to do after that.
Try the free lesson first…. but we think you’ll be hooked right away!
Awesome! We can’t wait to have you walk through the door and join us.
Again, if you are new to BJJ, attend a fundamentals class for your trial. You can arrange a trial class at either of our gyms and you are welcome to bring a friend too!
(Yeah, you’ll learn what that means too :p )