BJJ Class Programs
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is an excellent martial art for children because it teaches techniques that are truly effective for self-defence without any need for striking. Jiu-Jitsu uses the entire body to perform techniques, so children naturally start to develop finely honed motor skills while engaging with other kids. CAZA offers BJJ classes for kids of all ages.
PARENTS & KIDS
These are a fun class for 2-4 year olds with their parent. Your child will gain an early insight into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in a fun way. This gets them used to being on the mats early in life!
4-7 YEAR OLDS
These classes are for children aged 4-7 and are a good starting point for building on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu technique, while still utilizing play based learning along with more formal class time.
Suitable for 7+ years of age, these classes are similar to those offered to the Little Warriors, with more formal technique time during class. There is still an element of play in these classes.
An invite only class for members who are looking to vastly improve their technique and train more intensively particularly during competition season. Serious students only.
Our women's only BJJ classes are designed for female members who want to get into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu without having to train with larger males. These lessons run twice per week under coach Andy Flynn who's partner and daughters also train with us here at CAZA. The focus is on getting the fundamentals of BJJ right.
These classes are open to everyone and focus primarily on building each member’s Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques in a safe and friendly environment. Each class has a ‘sparring’ component, however, those new to the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can use this time to practice techniques learned during class or techniques they wish to perfect.
As you would expect from any well rounded BJJ gym, we teach a bunch of no gi classes each week. Some of our members train in only no gi classes so we have plenty of training partners if that is something you want to focus on. Most people tend to mix their training with both gi and non gi classes.
Experienced white belts and all colour belts are welcome to attend these classes. A set of related techniques are practiced first, then we set the round clock and get down to “sparring”. These classes are not for beginners or trial lessons since a broad base of fundamental skills are assumed.
Open mat's are sparring sessions. You can use this time to perfect your competition game, to flow roll or to practice technique. Sparring is where your Brazilian Jiu-jitsu really takes shape because you are forced to test yourself against an attacking opponent.