Our in person training is currently suspended due to COVID-19. We are holding classes on ZOOM.
Adult Martial Arts (14+)
Brazen Martial Arts offers adult classes for students age 14 and up in Mixed Martial Arts (Jeet Kune Do/Filipino Kali), No-Gi Submission Grappling, and Gi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ).
Mixed Martial Arts – Jeet Kune Do is a martial arts system founded by Bruce Lee. In JKD both offense and defense depend on range (the distance between you and your target). The four ranges of combat are: kicking, punching, trapping/clinching, and grappling. JKD incorporates many other disciplines in response to these ranges. Jeet Kune Do translates to “the way of the intercepting fist”. Our instructors have cross-trained in many disciplines for both stand-up and ground allowing for a unique blended style.
No-Gi Submission Grappling – Grappling focuses on clinch and ground fighting with the aim of obtaining a submission using submission holds. We use a blended approach that incorporates Erik Paulson’s Combat Submission Wrestling, Billy Robinson’s Catch-as-Catch-Can Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Jeet Kune Do on the ground.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu- Gi (uniform) grappling class following traditional BJJ belt system. Otherwise similar to our No-Gi Submission Grappling classes.
Children’s Martial Arts (4-13)
We offer classes in Mixed Martial Arts/Self Defense for children ages 4 and up. Classes are divided into two age groups: 3*-8 and 9-13. Multiple certified adult instructors are present to ensure proper supervision and individual attention. All children begin at white belt. They are then reassessed at regular intervals where they have the opportunity to earn stripes or advance their belt color (depending on their current status). With children we are primarily focused on respect, discipline, teamwork, and building confidence. Advancement at Brazen Martial Arts is dependent on these key factors as well as individual improvement from the previous assessment rather than predefined milestones. Our curriculum rotates every other week to cover the four ranges of combat: punching, kicking, trapping/clinching, and grappling.