CLASS INFO AND SCHEDULE
SHEBARO JIU JITSU GI AND NO GI CLASSES
SHEBARO JJ GI:
Professor Shebaro's philosophy is "I only teach blackbelts." This means there is no introduction, intermediate, or advanced class. You will be in a class mixed with all levels of belts. First, you will learn the essential requirements of the art including proper movement and positioning as well as the basic submissions, sweeps, and takedowns of Jiu-Jitsu. This will form the foundation for your Jiu-Jitsu journey. Students move at their own pace and move into the more advanced techniques when they are ready. You will be introduced to live training with a resisting opponent to allow you to continue to fine tune your technique. You will have an opportunity to train with students of all levels in this program, enhancing your training experience. Once you’ve mastered the essential requirements of the art, you will move on to learning more advanced techniques. You will learn how to put moves together and deal with more complicated attacks as well as how to counter your opponent’s attack.
SHEBARO JJ NO GI:
This program is focused on Jiu-Jitsu training without the Gi. The same basic structure will be utilized but you will have an opportunity to train without the grips that are present when training with the Gi.
MONDAY- 11AM - 12:30PM (GI), 6:30PM - 8PM (GI)
TUESDAY - 6:30PM - 8PM (NO GI)
WEDNESDAY - 11AM - 12:30PM (NO GI), 6:30PM - 8PM (GI)
THURSDAY - 6:30PM - 8PM (NO GI)
FRIDAY - 11AM - 12:30PM (GI)
SATURDAY - 9AM - 11AM OPEN MAT FOR SHEBARO JIU JITSU MEMBERS AND AFFILIATES
SUNDAY - 2PM - 4PM OPEN MAT FOR SHEBARO JIU JITSU MEMBERS AND PUBLIC
MONDAY - 5:30PM - 6:30PM
TUESDAY - 5:30PM - 6:30PM
WEDNESDAY - 5:30PM - 6:30PM
THURSDAY - 5:30PM - 6:30PM
SATURDAY - 9AM - 11AM MEMBERS ONLY OPEN MAT
SUNDAY - 2PM - 4PM MEMBERS AND PUBLIC OPEN MAT
Shebaro Jiu Jitsu Young Athletes is a program for younger athletes ages 5-13 that mixes fitness, martial arts and discipline. We help to give your child the tools to cope with stressful situations while maintaining a calm outlook. Combining fitness with martial arts ensures that not only will your child be healthier and happier but they will be more confident as well.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is unique among todays martial arts in that it is able to teach young athletes a way of defending themselves while allowing them to choose the level of force. This means that even in the event of a conflict, the maximum safety is maintained. This type of training helps to produce a much higher level of confidence than most other systems. Due to the amount of knowledge being passed on Shebaro Jiu Jitsu Young Athletes program is limited to 20 students total.
If your child would like to obtain a spot in our kids program, please fill out the contact form to set up a meeting with Professor Shebaro. The meeting is very important because we like to ensure everyone knows what to expect, what Shebaro Jiu Jitsu and the coaches expect of our athletes, and what you and your child can expect from Shebaro Jiu Jitsu and our coaches.
SIGN UP FEE:
Adult $150 (This includes Gi, belt, 2 decals, t-shirt)
Youth ages 5-13 $150 (This includes Gi, belt, t-shirt, water bottle, and 1 decal)
NOTE: Tuition rates are billed on a month-to-month basis by electronic draft or credit card. An additional $30 is charged to cash paying customers.
UNLIMITED MONTHLY TRAINING RATES:
ADULT - $125.00
YOUTH JIU-JITSU - $100.00
MONTH TO MONTH - $150.00
FAMILY PACKAGE- 20% off EACH additional family member
POLICE, FIRE, MILITARY - $100.00
Conditioning- $40/hour - each additional person $15
BJJ - $150/hour from Professor (Call for group rates)
BJJ - $100/hour by black belts (Call for group rates)
BJJ - $85/hour by brown belts (Call for group rates)
BJJ - $75/hour by purple belts (Call for group rates)
DROP-IN FEE: - $20/day.
The purpose of the drop in class is two fold. It allows someone who is only able to train 1-2 times a month to train on a budget. Also, it's a great opportunity for someone who is vacationing or in town on business to get in some quality training.
Fill out the form below to attend a FREE trial class!
RULES & ETIQUETTE
● Leave your ego outside and be humble and respectful to others.
● Be on time for class (Arrive 10-15 minutes before class begins).
● Check in on tablet.
● Put pagers and cell phones on vibrate.
● If you are late approach the instructor prior to joining class.
● Bow to the center of the mat when entering or exiting.
● Remove footwear before stepping on the mats.
● Wear footwear off of the mat. Flip flops or slip ons are preferred.
● Keep quiet while instructor demonstrates techniques.
● No foul language will be tolerated.
● No offensive odors such as unsanitary BO, tobacco, ammonia, dirty gi, etc.
● Students must wear the appropriate uniform for class.
● Wear a kimono that is clean with no rips, tears, holes, or stains. No mismatching colors of the kimonos. Camouflage is reserved for active or prior service veterans.
● Women are required to wear a sports bra and rashguard under Gi top along with athletic undergarment under Gi bottoms.
● Men with excessive body hair are required to wear a rash-guard.
● Rash-guards are mandatory for NOGI class.
● Proper hygiene is required when going from one class to another.
● Keep uniforms and gear clean and serviceable (wash kimono after every class).
● Proper personal hygiene is required.
● Keep finger and toe nails cut short at all times, hands and feet must be clean.
● Long hair must be tied back.
● Remove all jewelry and piercings before class. No metal objects may be worn on the mats.
● Male white belts are to NOT pair up with female students unless directed by an instructor.
● Give higher ranked belts preferred space during sparring.
● Refer to black belt instructors as “Coach”.
● Be aware of your surroundings and maintain a safe environment when training.
● Use proper tap out procedures. Remember it is only a training session.
● Open cuts must be covered at all times.
● Show courtesy before and after each sparring session.
● Mouth guards are encouraged during sparring.
● If you are sick, stay home.
● You are responsible for your child’s behavior if he/she is not participating in class.
● What you learn is taught for your development not only as a student, but also as a citizen and should be used as a last resort when everything else has failed.
● Respect those you train with and your instructors. Rank is a symbol of knowledge and wisdom. Respect the training facility, instructors and the time devoted to the art.
● Senior ranking athletes will have seniority. If a lower rank asks to train, the upper belt has the choice to accept or decline. If the upper belts asks the lower belt to train, they must accept.
● Show respect by shaking the black belt or highest ranking coach/professors hand at the beginning and end of all classes. This includes guest black belts.
● Don’t leave the mat without notifying the instructor.
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