Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ)

This style of karate provides a framework that allows students to build confidence, strength, fitness and self-defense skills through the demands of hard training. 

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the flip side to the Kyokushin Karate classes. It is a form of grappling that has elements of Judo, Japanese Jujitsu and free style wrestling.

This sport is the ultimate chess game where students learn to manipulate the joints and limbs of their opponents whilst creating a situation where the opponent must either submit or face getting hurt. That is the beauty of BJJ. Students are exposed to their vulnerability on a regular basis without having to face getting knocked out or badly bruised. Once you are taken to the point where you can no longer continue, you simply tap (submit) and you can restart the match.

The self-defense aspect of BJJ is highly applicable and can be used by smaller students, due to its focus on technique over power. This makes it desirable to both women and children. RMA is very lucky to be affiliated with Professor Anthony Perosh, Owner of Team Perosh who has a wealth of experience and knowledge. Anthony has recently retired from the UFC and has competed and placed at the highest level BJJ Tournaments from around the World. He is a student of the World-Renowned Instructor Master Carlos Machado.

Classes on offer:

Little Grapplers

(4-8 years)

A great introduction into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  This is a 45-minute class made up of games and drills that introduces the young student to BJJ fundamentals.

They have so much fun they don’t even realise they are training!

rma junior training with their instructor

Junior BJJ

(8-15 years)

Following the Team Perosh Curriculum, the Junior class learns to develop strong fundamentals through drills and grappling.

There are gradings and tournaments throughout the year, all aimed at producing well rounded BJJ practitioners.

two rma total fitness junior having a fight

Adults Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

(16 years and above)

We offer both mixed and Women’s Only BJJ classes and a No Gi class. 

Following the Team Perosh Curriculum, the Adults class learns to develop strong fundamentals through drills and grappling. 

There are gradings and tournaments throughout the year, all aimed at producing well rounded BJJ practitioners.

two rma total fitness guys in blue uniform having a fight

RMA offers all ages to take part in BJJ.

Contact us to learn more and book into your first classes.

Kyokushin Karate

Known as the “Strongest Karate”, Kyokushin provides a framework that allows students to build confidence, strength, fitness and self-defense skills through the demands of hard training.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ)

BJJ is a form of grappling that has elements of Judo, Japanese Jujitsu and Free style Wrestling. This sport is the ultimate chess game.