Our jiu-jitsu program is run like no other! Our Panda's are the walking, talking example of our jiu-jitsu program hard at work. From our Tiny Pandas program to our Alpha and Omega Pandas, we have something for kid's of all ages to instill discipline, core values, learn self-defense, but most of all have fun!



Here's some of the most common questions we get asked. Don't see the question you're looking for? Reach out and ask us via email or ask a coach in person.

What items does my child need to train/start classes?

Our BJJ classes require the traditional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu kimono. Kids will normally want to wear a rashguard or moisture wicking shirt under their Gi top for added protection

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gis are great for:

  • Holding up and being very durable! They won't rip and tear like most thin kimonos from other martial arts.
  • Trapping your opponents arms and legs and even using it to choke them!
  • Grip fighting! Build up your hand strength and your tactical abilities!

What ages are the classes broken up in to?

Our Kids program starts at age 5 and goes up to 15. Teenagers may be asked to participate in the adult class depending on size and availability of training partners.

Kids Age Brackets:

  • Tiny Pandas - Ages 3-5
  • Alpha Pandas - Ages 5-9
  • Omega Pandas - Ages 10+ (plus any advanced/competitve students)

How can my child train when we are not able to make it to practice?

Drill with your child at home! If that's not an option, there are plenty of solo drills our coaches can guide you on that will help develop the muscles used in jiu-jitsu.

What is the minimum age I can enroll my kids in jiu-jitsu?

We start our beginners classes as young as 5 years old but we have taken on 4 year olds who are well disciplined and follow directions extremely well.

Our kids jiu-jitsu program is great because:

  • It teaches our students teamwork but also independence
  • They learn the value of working hard and setting goals
  • They learn the most important lesson of all: You get out what you put in!