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Carlson Gracie Brazilain Jiu Jitsu – Oxford

Free Trial Class At Carlson Gracie Oxford we offer a free trial class to anyone who wants to try Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. What is BJJ? In Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), we seek to take opponents to the ground and gain a dominant position where we…

Free Trial Class

At Carlson Gracie Oxford we offer a free trial class to anyone who wants to try Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

What is BJJ?

In Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), we seek to take opponents to the ground and gain a dominant position where we can apply a multitude of joint locks and choke holds to secure a submission. The art of BJJ is a very positive addition to any lifestyle; it promotes fitness, agility, self-confidence and general physical and mental wellbeing. BJJ is a very technical martial art; leverage and technique play a greater part than strength meaning a smaller person can overcome a larger more aggressive opponent. For this reason it is ideal for anyone seeking to improve their chances of denending themselves against an attacker.

Simply email us to tell us you'll be coming. 

Trail class is FREE.

£6 Student (£30 Monthly)

£8 Adult (£40 Monthly)

Our facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/BJJOxford 

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Disabled Access
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Who to contact

Contact Name
Tom Gibson
Telephone
07501488486
E-mail
bjjoxford@gmail.com
Website
BJJ Oxford

Where to go

Name
South Oxford Community Centre
Address
Lake Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX1 4RP

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Wednesday – 18:15-19:30 Friday – 18:15-19:30 Saturday – 13:00-15:00
Time of day
Afternoon
Evening

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
FREE - Trial

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Young people
Adults

Last checked on 27/05/2016

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