Women’s BJJ & Martial Arts in Plymouth, Mi.


Attention Women Beginners…

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Was Created For a Smaller Person to Defeat a Larger and Stronger Attacker- Perfectly Designed For Women’s Self Defense

The creators of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), the Gracie family from Brazil, modified Traditional Japanese Jiu-Jitsu so that a smaller person could defend themselves with leverage and strategy, not strength.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s focus is grappling.  And many times when a man attacks a women, he will grab her and try to bring her to the ground, which is the specialty of BJJ.

In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, students spend a lot of time learning how to control and submit any attacker that is either standing, or on their knees in front of them while they are on their back.  This position is called the guard.

One of the most important critical self defense skills for women to learn is how to fight off of their back.  Utilizing their legs, the person in the bottom position can strike, sweep, or put their opponent in a submission (a joint lock or a choke).

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a great cross training workout!

The classes are fun, a great workout, and they will give you confidence that will enhance all areas of your life!

Your next step is to try out our Introductory Program, which is FREE!

Click the Schedule Appointment button below, and you will receive:

  • An Introductory Group Class
  • Pricing & Membership Options
Schedule Appointment

If you don’t want to schedule online here, feel free to call us at 734.667.3206 to set up your introductory lesson and tour.

No previous experience is necessary.

And you do not have to already be in shape.  We will get you in shape.

For your free introductory private lesson, you will go on the mat with one of our instructors and go over some basic self defense.

Afterwards they will go over the pricing and schedule in detail with you.

If you decide to sign up, you will then have the option of training in our or our coed Adult Classes (which include Boxing, Muay Thai, and Judo) as well as Aerobic Kickboxing.

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