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Adults Jiu-Jitsu

Age Range: 13+ |  Experience Requirement: None

This martial arts class in Jiu-Jitsu teaches how smaller individuals can defend against stronger foes through leverage, technique, and continuous learning.

Do you face any of these challenges?

  • Do you struggle to defend yourself against larger opponents despite your dedication to martial arts?
  • Are you looking for ways to enhance your ability to overcome physical disadvantages in combat situations?
  • Do you find it difficult to effectively apply leverage and technique to neutralize the strength advantage of your opponents in martial arts practice?

How This Program Will Help Your Child

Stay Healthy, Stay Fit

Engaging in martial arts provides numerous physical benefits for children. Through regular training, they develop strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance.

Protect Your Family

Participating in martial arts enhances self-awareness of surroundings and safety by teaching situational awareness, alertness, and self-defense techniques, ensuring personal safety.

Become A Master

Through skill development, goal achievement, and positive reinforcement, empowering them to face challenges with confidence and a strong sense of self-worth.

Why the Los Angeles Community Loves

Our Martial Arts Classes

Jacob Mitchell recommends Beverly Hills Jiu Jitsu Club

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I’ve trained jiu jiu-jitsu at a lot of schools. The Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club is one of the best places I’ve been.

Marcus is detail-oriented and a true master of his craft. He fixed some major holes in my fundamentals and I can’t thank him enough. He also helped me get the competition ready several times.

There are some tough upper belts there and training is always great. If you want a gym to call home, look no further.

Sean N recommends Beverly Hills Jiu Jitsu Club

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The BHJJC is an awesome place to train. I was hesitant to start grappling, but Marcus helped me feel more comfortable.

My safety was Marcus’ number one priority and he didn’t let me start sparring until I was well-versed in fundamental techniques. The fact that there are beginner-only classes makes training less intimidating. I’m glad to be surrounded by other newbies because I am more comfortable.

Amanda Moldavon recommends Beverly Hills Jiu Jitsu Club

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We signed our 6 1/2-year-old up for Jui Jitsu for both the exercise and the discipline. He loves it! Marcus is amazing - firm, yet patient. He is great with both young and older kids and can work with different skill levels simultaneously. And he doesn’t let them mess around and holds them accountable - something my son needed. Highly recommend.

Brady Stanfield recommends Beverly Hills Jiu Jitsu Club

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First time ever trying jujitsu and I’m hooked. Marcos is very experienced, kind, but stern when he needs to be haven’t been here enough to give a full review, but my first experience is five stars

Michael Mashbaum recommends Beverly Hills Jiu Jitsu Club

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My son began training here a couple of months ago and it has been a pleasure watching his confidence and skill proficiency grow each class. Marcus is a skilled instructor who understands how to motivate and teach kids of all ages. The staff are polite, responsive, and a pleasure to work with. I would recommend BHJCC to anyone looking for a warm place for their child to learn Jiu-Jitsu.

Zain Jaffer recommends Beverly Hills Jiu Jitsu Club

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I recently had the chance to visit BHJJC while coming down from San Francisco, and I must say, the experience was unparalleled.

After researching various nearby gyms, I found BHJJC to be the best fit for my needs, as they offered the most classes, sometimes even twice a day. Some of their classes are tailored for beginners, some only for higher belts, and others are for all levels which makes each class feel different thanks to the variety.

The head coach, Marcus, who holds the impressive rank of a Coral belt (7th-degree black belt), provided world-class instruction that focused on intricate details and control. I was equally thrilled with the classes led by a Russian coach named Sasha, whose sense of humor made learning new techniques memorable.

What stood out to me was the affordability of the daily rate and the convenient option of gi rental. I managed to attend 5 classes and wish I had stayed longer so I could train more.

The fellow students at BHJJC were very friendly and fun to roll and drill with, adding to the overall positive vibe of the gym.

The contrasting yet complementary styles of Marcus and Sasha, along with the variety in class structure and the wonderful camaraderie among the students, provided a diverse and enriching experience.

Program & Pricing FAQs

My child isn't athletic. Can he/she still participate in martial arts?

Absolutely. Martial arts teaches kids to be coordinated, flexible and strong. Kids who don't naturally have these qualities develop them. Kids who do have these qualities develop them even more.

Are these martial arts classes fun?

Yes! After all, these are children we're dealing with here. And kids love their fun. We do a variety of games and activities that have kids laughing and smiling. We work hard here - but we play just as hard.

What's a good age for a child to start martial arts?

Honestly, practically every age is a good age to start! We have young children, as well as teenagers. We also have specific programs for adults. So no matter what age - we've got you covered.

Can martial arts cause injury?

Because we place such a huge focus on safety and injury prevention, we're proud to say that injuries are very few and far between with our program. In fact, because martial arts gets you in great shape, and makes you strong and flexible, people often see LESS injuries in their lives.

Do you have to be in good shape to take martial arts?

Not at all! In fact, many people use martial arts as a way to get in good shape. They come to us out of shape, and quickly become athletic and limber.

Is martial arts violent?

No! Because self-defense technique is taught in martial arts, it's often thought of as violent. However, the philosophies behind martial arts revolve around peace and harmony. The moves are more of a way to become connected with your body. We teach diplomacy and friendship. However, if a violent situation ever arises in your life, you'll have powerful tools to defend yourself and your loved ones.

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