You can come down and watch a class or try a class for free. If you want to try the class, show up a few minutes ahead of a scheduled class and fill out a liability waiver; then you’re ready to try the class.
Pants: sweat pants or exercise pants without snaps, zippers or buttons. You can do fight or board shorts for and Grappling.
Shirts: T-shirt or Rashguard
All classes are a mix of advanced and beginner-level students with the advanced students helping to guide and assist with instruction. This setup is mutually beneficial because beginners get personal attention and advanced have the opportunity to become even more familiar with the techniques through instruction.
Everyone is welcome to try the classes. Just fill out a waiver and join in! If you’re not quite ready to try you’re welcome to observe and ask questions.
Judo and BJJ wear gis, but BJJ focuses on ground work and Judo focuses on throws; Grappling is no gi
You can do all the classes if you have the time. Most people do classes 2-3 days a week. You can switch up the classes you attend as you go.