Warrior DefenseBrazilian Jiu Jitsu
Welcome to Warrior Defense Brazilian Jiu Jitsu-Family Jiu-Jitsu specializing in practical self-defense and fitness for the entire family. We offer Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Fitness Kickboxing, Kids BJJ, and much more!
We have classes for ages 4 to 100! We are committed to helping others develop the self-confidence and tools needed to protect themselves and their families. Many of our Black belts help in classes as part of their continuing training in earning further rank and because they love giving back!!
We take your health and safety seriously. You can expect to train in a safe, clean, friendly, family environment. You will enhance your cardiovascular endurance, become more fit and healthy and sharpen your mental focus.
You will make lifelong friends. You will have fun learning the most effective Martial Arts Systems in the World!
Lifelong skills taught by world-class instructors.
We specifically work on developing the following skills with our youth:
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Mitsuyo Maeda, a Brazilian naturalized as Otávio Maeda, was a Japanese judōka and prizefighter in no holds barred competitions, also being one of the first documented mixed martial artists of the modern era for he frequently challenged practitioners of other arts and sports.
Carlos Gracie was a Brazilian martial artist who is credited with being one of the primary developers of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Hélio Gracie was a Brazilian martial artist who together with his brothers Oswaldo, Gastao Jr, George & Carlos Gracie founded and developed the self-defense martial art system of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, also known as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Rolls Gracie was a Brazilian martial artist. He was a prominent member of the Gracie family known for their founding of Brazilian jiu-jitsu and considered by some the family’s best ever fighter.
Romero Cavalcanti is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu master and the founder of Alliance Jiu Jitsu. He is one of the six men who were promoted to black belt by Rolls Gracie.