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Build mental and physical strength, improve your confidence and gain self defence skills from the 5th degree black belt and World Champion.

Our classes are structured to help build one's abilities in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. However, these same learnings are passed onto our day to day lives. We learn to deal with stressful situations by analyzing and strategizing to overcome them. 


Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a great way to stay active and get into shape. But, this martial art is more than that. It is a great way to reduce stress and anxiety.


While training at our gym you will experience a friendly and inviting atmosphere where you will feel welcome. We are more than a team. We are family!



Class Goals:

  • Building an understanding of fundamental Jiu-Jitsu techniques

  • Improving cardiovascular and strength ability 

  • Build self-defense and confidence

Class Structure:

  • Warm up and physical exercise

  • Beginner fundamental techniques

  • Multiple sparring rounds in a class

 "All around great place to train. A very great group of individuals that really make it an inviting atmosphere. People are always open to helping one another out. The instructor is a world renowned 5th degree black belt that has been training for 40 years and really knows his stuff. Lucky to be able to train at such an amazing place and I highly recommend the gym."

 - Bardia

6 Reasons You Should Train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

1. Improve Your Physical & Mental Health

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a physically and mentally demanding martial art. You do not have to be in shape to begin the sport but you will be in better shape as you continue to train. We have beginner and advance classes to not only challenge you but also help you develop at your own pace. At the end of a class, even if you have had a rough day, we see our students with a smile on their face and happy they got to train. 

3. Improve Your Patience

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a strategic martial art. You need to wait and assess when the best time to make an escape or when to bait your opponent to gain the upper hand. You are always being challenged by your opponent weather you are on the offence or on defense. Timing is key and as you develop your skillset your patience naturally grows. 

5. Build Humility

You regularly experience failure when sparring in BJJ. Especially when you are first starting out. There is a saying, "Just pass the first six months and things will become better". These losses are necessary and crucial for your learning journey. Still, the act of submitting and losing means that your ego necessarily takes a healthy hit every time you go to training. however, your persistence teaches you the more valuable lesson. Never to give up.

2. Join a Community

When you start learning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu you’ll be introduced not only to our gym community, but also the wider thriving international BJJ community. This exists not only in the real world but also online as BJJ is growing rapidly around the world. Furthermore, in a class setting you are always interacting with people. We train with partners so that we can practice the moves with one another in a safe environment.  

4. Develop Your Ability to Deal with Pressure

When starting to learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu you are constantly put into unfavourable positions where your first reaction might be to panic. Relaxing under pressure allows you to better conserve your energy and plan your next move.  This added focus allows you to take the same learnings and apply them to the real world and better deal with other pressures.

6. Have Fun

As adults we don't get to play around like we used to as kids.. But when you think about this sport it brings you closer to your more youthful days. You roll around on the mats and for those minutes or hours you are on the mat, you forget your adulting responsibilities and problems. You get to laugh with friends and exercise while developing your skills as a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner.


Wagnney Fabiano is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt under Wendell Alexander who turned into a professional MMA fighter in the early 2000s, becoming the IFL (International Fight League) Featherweight Champion. A v

A very successful BJJ competitor in the 1990’s, Fabiano conquered several important trophies such as the Brazilian National Championship and the National Teams tournament. Wagnney Fabiano is also the older brother of the famous 4x BJJ World Cup Champion Leo Santos.

Wagnney Fabiano's main achievements are as follow: 

Black belt fifth degree in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu by Wendell Alexander
• 2017 - Brazilian Champion;
• 2017 - Pan American champion;
• 2017 - European Champion;
• 2017 - World Champion;
• 1998 - Third place in the world at the World Cup;
• 1997 - Brazilian team champion;
• 1996 - Brazilian adult champion, brown belt;
• 1995 - Adult Pan American champion;
• 1995 - Adult Brazilian champion, in the purple belt;
• 1994 - Brazilian adult champion, blue belt;

Wagnney is very grateful for having been taught Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from the young age of 3 by Wendell Alexander and the impact it has had on his life. He now hopes to make this impact on other kids' lives and make an impact.

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