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May 12, 2023

Why We Value Community At Easton

Becca Glades

Why We Value Community At Easton

If you’ve spent any amount of time at an Easton academy, you know there’s something special going on. Easton is a place where people of all ages and backgrounds come together to grow, learn, and have fun. From kid’s classes to women’s classes, tournaments, and everything in between, the Easton community has something for everyone. 

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced martial artist, there’s always something new to learn. The instructors at Easton are some of the best. They’re passionate about helping students achieve their goals, providing individualized attention to each student, and ensuring everyone is getting the most out of their training.

[Training Deliberately: Seeking Feedback To Hone Your Game]

Image: Greg Streech.

Building a bridge

Easton is more than a martial arts academy. It’s a place where people can connect and form friendships. Jumping in to train becomes a great way to meet new people and build friendships. The shared experience of training together creates a bond between students that goes beyond just the mat. Many lifelong friendships have been formed at Easton, and the community continues to grow as more and more people discover the benefits of training Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai.

[Finding Community Through Shared Experience And Struggle]

For families, the Easton community offers a unique opportunity to bond and grow together. Parents can train with their kids in family classes, providing a fun and healthy activity that the whole family can enjoy. Easton also offers programs specifically for kids, helping them build confidence, discipline, and self-esteem. Kids who train at Easton learn not just BJJ or MT, but life skills that will benefit them in all areas of their lives.

For ladies, the women’s class provides a supportive and empowering environment. Women’s classes are led by female instructors who understand the unique challenges that women face on and off the mats. They provide a safe and supportive space where women can train and learn together. 

Image: Matthew Barton.

Tournaments, events, and other activities provide opportunities for members to connect and have a good time. Whether it’s competing in a tournament or just hanging out with friends, you can have fun and build relationships in many ways.

Ways to get involved:

  1. Show up for yourself and your training partners.
  2. Support classmates in tournaments. Or, if you’re ready, chat with a coach and sign up for a tournament!
  3. Volunteer at events like the Easton Open.
  4. For families: Come to the family class! 
  5. For ladies: Hop into a women’s class and get to know the Easton ladies!
  6. Chat with your coaches after class. The coaches stick around for a few minutes after class to answer BJJ/MT-related questions. However, they are almost always up to chat about whatever. 



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