Happy New Year! The holidays are over, and now we turn our thoughts to the new year and the goals we want to set for ourselves . At Sudbury BJJ & Muay Thai, we want to help you make the most of it! Start 2020 off right with unlimited access to our jiu-jitsu and fitness kickboxing programs! No contracts, no cancellation fee! 10 day free trial! Spaces are limited so book your spot today! Contact us today to take advantage of this amazing offer!
It’s that time of year again! Everybody is all abuzz about the Budo Open Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament here in Sudbury! We will be closed August 10th to take part in the tournament to be held this Saturday, at Cambrian College. Spectators are welcome. Come support our competing members! Spectator fees are $10.00 per person. Children under 6 years old are free. Parking is FREE! Doors open at 8:00am and the competition starts at 9:00am sharp and food and drinks will be available for sale.
Update: The tournament schedule has now been made available. Check it out!
Here at Sudbury BJJ, Civic Holiday is a long weekend! We are closed Saturday and Monday and will be back for regular classes on Tuesday the 13th. Women Empowered students are invited to come work on techniques Saturday between 2pm – 4pm, and all members are invited to join us for open mat Monday starting at 5pm. Have a fun, relaxing weekend and we’ll see you soon!
Join us for our Free Women Empowered Seminar! What’s in it for you? You will learn 6 of the most effective techniques to address the most common threat scenarios. Suitable for anyone 13 years old and up.
* Girls under 18 must be accompanied by an adult *NO previous experience necessary. * Please reserve your spot as we expect to fill to capacity! For more information call or text Steve at (705) 919-7153 or msg our FB page.
From our family to yours, we wish you a very safe and happy Canada Day and long weekend. We are closed July 1st for the holiday, and will be open again Tuesday the 2nd and are looking forward to seeing you all again after the holiday weekend!
What: At the Sudbury Brazilian jiu-jitsu & Muay Thai Academy summer camp, your child will learn valuable anti-bullying strategies as well as jiu-jitsu basics! We’ll also teach your kids the most essential wilderness survival skills. These are skills that they’ll keep with them for a lifetime!
We are pleased to be welcoming Gracie certified black belt, Chris Ratte to our academy Saturday 29th for back to back seminars! It’s going to be a great evening full of exciting new techniques to learn in a fun and safe environment. All belt levels welcome. Open to all jiu-jitsu practitioners. See poster below for details. Reserve your spot today!
Congratulations! You’ve taken that first step and have become a part of our family! It is at about this point when you get excited about getting your new gi, and it’s not long before you pose that age old question… “How do I tie my belt? ?” No worries! You’re not alone! I have just the right video for you, my friend. Watch the video below to see Rener Gracie break it down for us step-by-step. He gives us three options to use, so you get to choose the one that works best for you! Feel free to use this video as many times as you need! You might even find that different ways to tie your belt work best in different situations. It’s all good!
Now here’s something I bet you never even thought you needed to ask! “How do I tie my pants?” I mean… it sounds like a simple enough task, does it not? And yet… here we are. There’s a reason why we might be having difficulties with our jiu-jitsu pants. We expect to tie them the same way we tie our drawstring shorts, or our jogging pants, right? And why wouldn’t we? But it turns out, that tying them in the same way as we do our daily clothes can actually cause that mysterious loosening of our pants during class. Watch the video below as Rener explains how and why that happens, and what to do to fix it.
Whether you’ve experienced one or both of these problems, don’t worry! These are common issues that come up all the time, and as Rener said, sometimes even very experienced jiu-jitsu practitioners have had these same problems! You are not alone. I hope I have helped you learn more about how to use your new jiu-jitsu uniform, and as always, don’t be afraid to ask us if you need further help or have any more questions. After all, we’ve all been beginners, and in many ways, we will always continue to be beginners. Always remember that. And as always, have fun! ;0)
Kids love adventure, and what better way to give them the adventure they crave, than to have them join our fun March Break day camp? Kids get to learn Jiu-jitsu in a co-operative and fun environment, discuss aspects of healthy living, learn the theory and practical application of outdoors survival techniques, teamwork, good citizenship, and fun outdoor play!
Limited spots available! Sign up now and claim your early bird discount! Sibling discounts available. Contact us today!