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Kids Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Why study Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
One of the most technically useful combat sports in self defense, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is designed to give a smaller person a chance against a larger and stronger opponent through the use of leverage and pivot points.
Easton Training Center has designed a Kids Jiu Jitsu curriculum that covers all aspects of the sport to meet your child at whatever level they’re at. Alongside Jiu Jitsu moves and technique, our coaches focus on F.R.E.D. in our kids program – focus, respect, energy, and discipline.
Our academies make sure to weave the concepts of F.R.E.D. into all of our daily classes, from Mat Chats to drilling, and even games. With Easton Jiu Jitsu, children will learn technical skills to defend themselves on the ground in a positive, playful setting with some of the top instructors along the Front Range.
Your kids will build trust with their training partners and experience community in a completely unique way, making life-long friends along the way that help drive them to improve and grow strong.
What will my child's first class look like?
You just signed your kid up for a free class! One of our First Impressions Specialists will reach out to ask the name of your child and schedule their first class. They’ll reach out the day before to confirm and send you a digital waiver.
On the very first day of class, you’ll arrive a little early. Martial arts can feel intimidating to a first-time child, so we want to make sure to work in some extra time to get to know them and make them feel comfortable. We’ll lend them a Gi to use and introduce them to their coach.
Class starts with some drills or a game to get everyone warmed up, and then the coach will help form partners. Kids practice drilling the techniques with their partner, and at the end of class they get to live train in wrestling rounds with everybody.
These live training sessions are designed to allow children the chance to practice the techniques they learned on various body types, shapes and sizes; the more partners in the room, the better!