5170 E. Arapahoe Rd.
Programs In Centennial
Kid's Martial Arts
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
About Easton Training Center Centennial
Located just west of Willow Creek and catty-cornered from Holly Park, Easton Training Center Centennial opened in 2008, moving to its current location after five years. In 2019 the academy remodeled its facility and expanded to accommodate its growing community, and today, Easton Training Center Centennial offers the most square feet of mat space of any Easton academy!
BJJ Black Belt Peter Straub runs the academy as its GM, alongside Head Coaches and owners Amal Easton and Eliot Marshall. Our programs are led by Alex Huddleston (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu), Sean Madden (Muay Thai,) and Matthew Bloss (Kids Muay Thai.)
Easton Training Center Centennial will meet you at any stage in your game. Try a free class and see what it’s all about!
What Classes Can I Take?
At Easton Training Center Centennial, we offer martial arts classes seven days a week with a schedule that includes Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), Kickboxing, Muay Thai, and Kids BJJ and Muay Thai! Our kids’ classes start as young as four years old, and we have classes for students of all levels – from beginners to seasoned competitors, and everyone in between. Easton Training Center Centennial also offers small group and private lessons!
As with all of our locations, when you have a membership at one of our Easton Training Center academies, you have access to all of the others. Drop by for a visit!
Our Centennial Facility
Easton Training Center’s Centennial facility offers approximately 7,500 square feet for mat space for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai classes, men’s and women’s locker rooms with shower facilities and a pro shop. It has the largest amount of mat space of any of our Easton locations, and its striking program features 14 heavy bags and Thai pads for its striking classes. A divider wall separates one massive mat space where multiple classes can take place uninterrupted, and the academy’s big windows accent the space with natural light.
Easton Training Center takes safety and hygiene seriously. We maintain clean bathrooms and training areas for our students, and we encourage a strong collective effort to keep our training environments sanitary, with everyone doing their part to keep food and shoes off the mats, and keeping ourselves and our gear clean. This way, we ensure that our training partners will be back tomorrow. Contact us for a Free Class today!